Tuition for the 2020-2021 school year is illustrated in the chart below. A non-refundable registration fee of $400 is due at the time of registration. Tuition for the following school year is determined each January.
2020-21 TUITION & FEES
|Non-Catholic Parishioner Fee||
|Surface Pro Annual Fee – 9th and 10th graders only||$ 400|
|*Tuition covers all normal costs and technology fee.|
Tuition Payment Options:
Option 1 – Pay the entire tuition and fees in one lump sum. There is an early pay discount of $250 per student for families who sign up for the one-time payment through FACTS Tuition Management. This amount will be withdrawn by FACTS from your designated payment source (bank account or credit card) on June 20th.
Option 2 – Pay the entire tuition amount over a 12 month period through FACTS Tuition Management with 12 equal installments withdrawn on the 20th of the month from your designated payment source (bank account or credit card) beginning June 20 and running through May 20.
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, 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 calling Brenda Stier, Director of Finance, at 513-423-0723, ext 1210.
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.
Bishop Fenwick recommends all parents review the below information on new 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.
Tuition Assistance Scholarships
Bishop Fenwick High School welcomes students from diverse academic, social, economic and religious backgrounds. We are devoted to developing moral character, self-discipline, and perseverance. Our mission, with the funds available to us, is to help as many families as possible afford a Catholic education. Bishop Fenwick is blessed with many generous benefactors whose donations make our scholarship program possible. Last fiscal year, we provided over $500,000 in tuition assistance scholarships to benefit qualified students.
Students receiving tuition assistance scholarships are expected to exhibit by their actions and attitude the four Falcon talons: Integrity, Faith, Service, and Compassion. Students receiving tuition assistance are subject to loss of aid due to disciplinary and/or academic issues.
Bishop Fenwick High School offers merit based scholarships, scholarships based on financial need, and promotes scholarships that are available to our students through outside organizations.
Merit scholarships are non-need based and typically recognize academic achievement. The Father Krusling Placement Scholarship and the William & Mary Akers Placement Scholarship are awarded to incoming freshmen who demonstrate high academic achievement on the High School Placement Test and are renewable for an additional three years if the student maintains First Honors academic status.
Tuition Assistance Scholarship Application Process
Tuition assistance scholarships require submission of an online form through FACTS. The FACTS Grant and Aid Application must be completed and submitted online at https://online.factsmgt.com/signin/4HHZG. Deadline to submit for the 2021-22 school year is November 23, 2020. Applications received after November 23, 2020 will be reviewed and awards will be allocated based on any remaining funds.
FACTS is contracted by Bishop Fenwick High School to process tuition assistance scholarship applications and provide financial recommendations. The FACTS recommendation is then reviewed by the Bishop Fenwick High School Scholarship Committee and a determination is made based on the amount of available funds. All information is kept in strict confidence. Families who submit an Application for Admission and FACTS Application by the stated deadline and who qualify for assistance will receive notification in January regarding tuition assistance and scholarship packages.
Need Based Scholarships
Bishop Fenwick offers numerous named and endowed scholarships; some with specific criteria for distribution. For a complete list of all available scholarships click here: BFHS Scholarships
Additional scholarships are available through outside organizations that require separate application, include specific criteria and have varying application submission dates.
Bishop Fenwick High School is a provider for the Ohio Educational Choice Scholarship (EdChoice) Program. – Please refer to the Ohio EdChoice tab under Admissions for detailed information.
Kyle Babcock Memorial Scholarship: Requires application made directly to the West Chester Foundation. The Application is available online at www.wclfoundation.com or by contacting the foundation at 513-874-5450. This application is submitted directly to the West Chester Foundation with a deadline of January 31.
Greg Lemmel Memorial Scholarship: Student from St. Susanna Parish. Requires application made directly to the West Chester Foundation. Application and information is available online at www.wclfoundation.com or by contacting the foundation at 513-874-5450. The application is submitted directly to the West Chester Foundation with a deadline of January 31.
Knights of Columbus #1610 offers two scholarships to current 8th graders who will be attending Bishop Fenwick High School and meet certain criteria. Information and application can be found at www.council1610.org/scholarships. The application is submitted directly to this council.
The Ohio Catholic Federal Credit Union offers fifty $1,000 scholarships to Catholic families in Ohio in support of Catholic education to assist students in Catholic grade or high school. Scholarship details, application form and teacher recommendation forms can be found on their website: http://ohiocatholicfcu.com/scholarships.
The Karen Carns Foundation pledges that a child will never be removed from his or her environment of a private elementary or high school education due to a life-changing event that affects the family’s financial situation. The Scholarship Fund is mainly available to families who experience a life-changing event (death, disability, etc.) within the past 12 months who could not continue their child’s private education without assistance. Scholarship awards are based primarily on financial need as reported by FACTS. Additional information about this scholarship and foundation can be found at www.karencarnsfoundation.org.
The Aubrey Rose Foundation awards several $500 scholarships to area 8th graders which are given to the private high school of their choice and are chosen based upon an essay written on how you have affected people around you in your life at your grade school and/or at home. In Aubrey’s three short years of life, she had affected quite a few people with her will to live and her beautiful smile and these scholarships are awarded in her memory. Scholarship applications and essays are due in January. Additional details and an online application form can be found at http://aubreyrose.org/aubrey-rose-foundation-scholarships/