Basic Athletic Fee Information
Montini Catholic's athletic fee structure includes three tiers and pricing depending on the sport(s) your student participates in. Families will be charged the highest Tier Rate for the the combined sports your student is on a roster. (Example: Student is a cross country runner in the fall, $150 fee, but plays lacrosse in the Spring, $200 fee, you will initially be billed the $150 for cross country, but will only pay $50 in the spring for lacrosse.) In addition to the athletic fees listed below, all student-athletes are required to pay an additional insurance fee of $25 ($50 for football/boys lacrosse).
Tier I Fee
Boys Lacrosse and Football
$275 athletic fee and $50 insurance fee
Tier II Fee
Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, Softball, Wrestling, Girl's Lacrosse and Golf
$200 athletic fee and $25 insurance fee
Tier III Fee
Tennis, Track, Cross Country, Cheer and Dance (Broncettes)
$150 athletic fee and $25 insurance fee
How to Register for Cut and Non-Cut Sports
All student/athletes must register using the 8 to 18 Athletic Website. The Business Office or Main Office cannot accept registrations for sports, nor will athletic and insurance fees be placed on your tuition account. The 8 to 18 platform will accept American Express, Visa, Mastercard and Discover card payments as well as electronic checks. Refund requests should be directed to the Athletic Office only.
There are two types of registrations - cut and non-cut sports.
- Student/athletes who participate in "non-cut" sports (football, soccer, wrestling, lacrosse, tennis, track & field, cross country) must complete their registration and fee payment prior to the first day of official practice.
- Student/athletes who are trying out for boys soccer, volleyball, basketball, baseball, cheer and Broncettes will need to register for tryouts prior to the first day of tryouts and will make their fee payment once they receive an email indicating that their student has made a team.
No student/athlete will be on a published roster until their entire athletic fee and insurance payment has been processed. Additionally for Fall Sports, the first month tuition payment and student fees must be paid and all community service hours must be current and up to date. (If community service hours are not current, a student will be allowed to try-out, but will not be allowed to practice until they are compliant with their service hours.)
Sport physicals must be submitted to the Athletic Office prior to the first day or practice/tryouts. For incoming freshman, only one copy of your physical needs to be submitted to the Main Office.
The IHSA Concussion/Drug Policy Consent Forms are now part of the online process as part of your registration. These will need to be completed as part of the registration process.
We look forward to a successful athletic season. Good Luck to all our student/athletes! If you have any questions, please contact the Athletic Office at 630.627.6930 x164 or email Carla Fortuna at email@example.com.
Please visit the 8 to 18 Athletic Website to register for all sports.