Self-proclaimed quirks part of St. Joseph’s winning routing _lowres

Advocate staff photo by BRIANNA PACIORKA -- The St. Joseph's Academy soccer team during an evening practice at the Independence Park soccer fields on Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2016.

The average cost to send a student to a Diocese of Baton Rouge high school is about $9,800 for the 2017-18 school year, according to recently released figures.

The total cost -- including tuition and fees -- is highest at Cristo Rey Fransican High in Baton Rouge. But about 90 percent of the cost, the school and diocese said, is covered by the school's corporate work study program and scholarships.

St. Joseph's Academy in Baton Rouge has the second-highest total cost.

The school with the lowest total cost is Ascension Catholic Diocesan Regional School.

The diocese compiled tuition and fees data for its schools in response to a request from The Advocate.

View tuition and fee information for all Baton Rouge-area Catholic high schools below. 

Editor's note: Schools have varying tuition rates based on factors such as whether a family donates to the school's church parish or what grade a student is in. For a more complete tuition/fee schedule for each school, click here.

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*, ^, # Total costs (tuition and fees) can vary by school based on grade level. Costs can also fluctuate based on if families are active members of a school'church parish. For a more complete tuition/fee schedule for each school, click here.