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International Students

Providence High School accepts international students who will reside with a documented relative or legal guardian. Upon acceptance into Providence High School, an I-20 can be issued through the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. The I-20 is a multi-purpose document issued by a government approved, U.S. educational institution certifying that you have been admitted to a full-time study program and that you have demonstrated sufficient financial resources to stay in the U.S.

2023-2024 Tuition
Payable in full on June 1, 2023 through Blackbaud Tuition Management


Required Fees
Application Fee


Registration Fee
The fee is payable on acceptance or renewal and is non-refundable and non-transferable. This fee includes the Student Body Fee and Parent Organization Membership Fee. 
Before April 30, 2023: $800

*After April 30, 2023: $1,000
Tuition Insurance
1.2% of net-tuition due
Important Note: If you would like to submit an application for an international student, please contact the Admissions Office at 818.846.8141
Supplemental Fees
Focus Program Enrollment Fees
This fee is payable October 1, 2023 through Blackbaud Tuition Management for students enrolled in one of the three Focus Programs: Cinema Arts, Medical, or Technology.


Graduation Fee
This fee is charged to 12th grade students for graduation-related expenses.
Advanced Placement Fees
This fee is payable January 1, 2024 through Blackbaud Tuition Management, for students enrolled in AP Classes. This fee covers the cost of the test by the College Board.


Athletic Fees
This fee is payable through Blackbaud Tuition Management.

*Note on Registration Fee: The increased fee after April 30 only applies to continuing students that are currently enrolled at Providence High School. This fee does not apply to new incoming 9th-grade or transfer students enrolling for the upcoming year.

Note to Families of International Students
International Student Registration Fees do not include the following items listed. Families are expected to provide any necessary items needed by the student. 
  • Housing/boarding program 
  • Providence High School does not recommend nor provide housing resources 
  • Athletic fees, busing, extracurricular activities, entertainment or meals with friends 
  • Medical bills/insurance 
  • Cell phones/calling cards 
  • Clothing, personal expenses, etc. 
  • Uniforms need to be purchased by student’s family 
  • Personal tutoring fees 
  • Testing fees 
  • Transcript Evaluations 
  • Transcript Translations, when applicable  

Form & Documentation Requirements