Tuition for the 2023-2024 school year is illustrated below. A non-refundable registration fee of $400 is due at the time of registration.
Tuition for the following school year is determined each January.
2023-2024 Tuition and Fees
Non-Catholic Parishioner Fee
Technology and General Fee
Surface Pro Deposit (incoming students)
Tuition Payment Options
Tuition is collected through FACTS Tuition Management, and you have two payment options:
- Option 1 – Pay the entire tuition and fees in one lump sum. This amount will be withdrawn by FACTS from your designated payment source (bank account or credit card) on June 15.
- Option 2 – Pay the entire tuition amount over a 12-month period through FACTS Tuition Management with 12 equal installments withdrawn on the 15th of the month from your designated payment source (bank account or credit card) beginning June 15 and running through May 15.
You can create your Fenwick FACTS Account here.
Incidental Billing – Bishop Fenwick High School has partnered with FACTS to manage incidental fees that occur throughout the school year such as athletic participation fees, parking passes, and AP exams. These fees will be invoiced and collected by FACTS.
All families must enroll in FACTS and will be automatically enrolled in Auto Pay of Incidental Invoices. Auto Pay will automatically pay the invoice on the due date set by the school. A family can change the payment date of the invoice by contacting Brenda Stier, Director of Finance, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Incidental invoices are delivered by email or U.S. mail based on user preference established on the FACTS account. A family may update this option at any time by updating their FACTS profile.
Questions for FACTS? Contact them directly at 1-866-441-4637. FACTS offers phone support 24/7.
529 Opportunities – Bishop Fenwick recommends all parents review information on 529 plans, which provide a saving opportunities for current and prospective Catholic school families. The 2017 Tax Cut and Jobs Act expanded 529 savings plans to allow families to invest funds for K12 tuition in addition to higher education expenses.