We are delighted to know that your student is interested in Bishop Blanchet. High school choices raise many questions for families, not least of all the question of affordability. BBHS has a need-blind admissions policy; students are admitted based on their personal record and not their financial circumstances. We are committed to meeting the full demonstrated financial need of our students for four years. This school year, we awarded $2.9 million in tuition assistance and scholarships to 39% of our students.
Below are some examples of tuition assistance awards. Factors considered in determining an amount include family income, household size and other children attending Catholic schools. The deadline to apply for assistance for the 2023-24 school year is December 31, 2022.
Please note, in addition to need-based aid, every freshman applicant is considered for a Merit Scholarship. There is no separate application process for this scholarship, and once awarded, it applies to all four years.
Case Study 1
A single parent with one student attending BBHS and one attending Catholic middle school. The parent’s income is $45,000. The family received a $17,200 tuition assistance award for the year.
Case Study 2
A family of five with two students attending BBHS and one attending Catholic middle school. The family income is $202,000. The family received a $18,000 tuition assistance award for the year.
Case Study 3
A family of five with one student attending BBHS, one attending Catholic middle school and one attending college. The family income is $155,000. The family received a $8,000 tuition assistance award for the year.
Case Study 4
A single parent with one student attending BBHS. The parent’s income is $80,000. The family received a $11,000 tuition assistance award for the year.
Your student’s education is an important investment and the real value is a four year education that will prepare your student for college and beyond.