Tuition for the school year 2014-2015 is $13,350
Current Tuition Payment Plan Options and Current Fees:
|| No service charge
||One payment in full on or before July 1.
|| $75 service charge
Two equal payments, the first due July 1 and the
second due December 1.
|| $125 service charge
Ten monthly payments taken from checking or savings account,
beginning in July and ending in April. Click here or on the e-cashier link below .
St. Jean's Credit Union Line-of-Credit. Click here
for information regarding
Payment plans ranging from 12-60 months for a minimal
finance charge. For further information visit their website
Financial Aid for 2015 - 2016
Class of 2019
The 2015-2016 FACTS Grant and Aid applications are available on-line at https://online.factsmgt.com/signin/3GGR1
as of November 1, 2014
. Applications must be submitted and verified by January 31, 2015
in order to be considered. Please remember to check this site in the future for further tuition and financial aid information regarding deadlines and other important dates. The goal of the school is to notify Class of 2019
applicants of Awards by February 10, 2015. In completing the reports, please use 2013 Tax Information. Updating to Include 2014 Tax Information will be required in Spring 2015.
Current and Returning Students
Financial Aid is available and is intended to provide assistance to students and parents who are in need and who have met the school's entrance requirements. The FACTS Grant and Aid Company has been contracted by Bishop Fenwick High School to process applications for financial aid. Whether you apply for financial aid on-line or you mail your application to FACTS, supporting documentation such as W-2 forms and a copy of your tax return must also be submitted with the application. The DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS MARCH 31, 2015 . The school's goal is to notify Current/Returning students in writing by May 5, 2015 of the amount awarded for 2015-2016 school year.
Application for Financial Aid must be made each year that your child is a student at Bishop Fenwick. A family's financial situation can change from one year to the next, so applying each year keeps the process fair for all families. It is possible that a student may receive financial aid one year and not receive it the next, or a family who was not eligible for aid one year may be eligible the following year.