CCD Tuition and Fees
Please read thoroughly as there are many changes for 2016/2017.
What is a registered parishioner?
Registered parishioners are those who have officially joined Saint Juliana Parish and have been provided with a family ID/envelope number that is entirely numeric. If your family ID (found on your CCD tuition statement) begins with NRF, you are registered only with CCD and not as a parishioner.
If you live within our parish boundaries we encourage you to officially join the parish; you may use our convenient online registration form or contact the parish office. If you reside outside our official parish boundaries and wish to join Saint Juliana, please send us an email indicating your desire and reasons for joining our parish before submitting your registration. We will respond promptly.
Active in your home parish?
Families who currently belong to another parish and wish to send their children to our CCD program due to scheduling, transportation or other concerns are welcome. We will waive the $150 non-parishioner fee for families registered with another parish upon receipt of a letter from your pastor confirming your parishioner status. Please direct this letter to the attention of Diane Holmen in the parish office by September 15.
Not Registered with any Parish
Families who are not active parishioners with a parish will be assessed the $150 non-parishioner fee.
Tuition and the non-participating family fee will be billed in two installments due September 1 and October 1. A $30 late charge will be assessed for unpaid tuition balances after October 31. You may pay in full at any time.
Our parish events calendar includes session dates and other special events for CCD.
Classes are open to families with students in grades one through eight who attend a public or non-Catholic private school, or are home-schooled. Instruction in the sacraments of Reconciliation and First Communion (second year) and Confirmation (seventh year) is provided.
Classes are on Wednesday evenings from 6:45 to 8:00pm.
Please note that sacrament preparation is a two-year process and attendance for both the first and second instruction levels of CCD is required for the reception of Reconciliation and First Communion in second grade, and attendance for both sixth and seventh is required for the reception of Confirmation in seventh grade.
All St. Juliana CCD catechists are in full compliance with the Archdiocesan standards published by the Office for the Protection of Children & Youth.
If you are interested in joining our CCD program as a catechist, please contact our director of religious education, Pam Francisco for more information.
Teachers provide updates about class activities, homework assignments, sacrament preparation meetings and other important information on their class blogs.
Parents can visit the blogs or subscribe to receive email updates, and you may email teachers through their blogs as well.CCD Blog