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Contact Alicia Evkovich at 304-723-0545 or aevkovich@weirtonmadonna.org to schedule a visit!
It’s a great way to to observe the atmosphere of the school.

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Catholic Rate

$6,22500Annually

Non-Catholic Rate

$6,62500Annually

Each Additional Child

$4,00000Annually

By registering at Madonna High School, a student and his/her parents (or guardians) understand and agree to pursue the educational objectives and practices as stated in the Parent and Student Handbook and to observe the disciplinary code of the school.

Financial assistance is available to all eligible students attending Weirton Madonna High School. All students, Catholic or non-Catholic, must apply for aid from the Wheeling-Charleston Diocese before they will be considered for financial aid through funds available at Weirton Madonna. Appropriate financial aid forms are available in the office as well on this website. A committee comprised of the school principal and designated pastor will review applications for Madonna’s assistance funds. Currently, over 70% of families at Madonna receive tuition assistance.

Financial assistance will be awarded based on the following:

  • Proper completion of all required materials, that is, letters of recommendation, completed application, and a 1040 tax form.
  • The financial need of the individual applicant. This need will be based on family size, 1040 tax form, and the number of children in school as well as the student’s grade point average and standardized test scores.

Notification to scholarship recipients will be made by the administration.

Students receiving financial assistance are expected to sign a tuition assistance agreement to maintain certain academic and conduct standards in order to remain eligible for assistance. Any failure to comply with these standards will result in a loss of any financial assistance.

Parents may apply for Financial Assistance online at:

https://factsmgt.com/.

The following policies have been adopted to clearly articulate how enrollment decisions will be determined. If the application is received by the deadline and student meets the school’s admissions criteria, student will be further considered for enrollment.  Students will be selected and placed in the school based on the maximum capacity of classrooms as set by the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston according to the following categories in order:

  1. Currently enrolled students in good standing.
  2. Siblings of students currently enrolled.
  3. Students currently enrolled and in good standing at another school in the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston.
  4. Catholic children of participating parishioners who are siblings or children of a graduate of the School.
  5. Children of parishioners who are registered, contributing and participating members of the School Parish (or if a central school, one of the participating parishes).*
  6. Children of parishioners who are registered, contributing, and participating members at another Catholic parish within the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston.*
  7. Non-Catholic students (Non-Catholic students will be enrolled or added to a waiting list in the order of applications received).

* Families can obtain a form from their parish that is to be signed by the pastor and submitted to the school  at application.

Wait List

  • Students not selected for admission due to class size limits, will automatically be placed on a wait list.
  • If an opening becomes available, students on the wait list will be given priority for those openings in the same order of preference as detailed in the Admission Eligibility protocols.
  • The wait list will exist for the current academic year only.
  • The wait list will be established after the enrollment process for the upcoming school year has ended and will terminate when that school year ends.

Weirton Madonna is a Catholic high school for grades 9 through 12. Financially supported chiefly by the Catholic faith community, the school welcomes students from all faiths.

Students are admitted on the basis of grades, test scores, and recommendations from the school last attended. Some students may be placed on probationary enrollment based on difficulties in the areas of grades, behavior, or attendance.

Madonna High School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national origin in the administration of its educational policies, or extra-curricular school administrative programs.

Religion is a course taken each year at Madonna, and respectful attendance at religion services is required.

Madonna High School is a member of the National Catholic Education Association and is accredited by the NCEA.