Tuition & Fees for the 2016-17 Academic Year
Tuition, Grades 9 – 12: $14,025
Tuition, Grade 8 SELECT Institute: $12,700
Enrollment Fee: $400
Books & Supplies: $250 – 300
The tuition for the 2016-2017 academic year is $14,025. Bishop Hendricken recognizes that tuition can put a financial strain on some families who want a Hendricken education for their sons. In order to assist these families, approximately 68% of our student body receives some form of financial assistance.
Tuition Payment Plan
Bishop Hendricken High School contracts with FACTS Tuition Management for tuition payments. Click here to register or visit the Bishop Hendricken page of the FACTS Web site.
We ask that each family choose a payment option upon enrollment, and this contract can be renewed for each of the student’s four years. There are three payment options:
- Full Payment Plan: Families who choose this plan receive a $100 discount. Tuition is paid in full by June 1st for the following academic year. The discount is not available to students whose families receive financial aid.
- Two Payment Plan: The full year’s tuition is divided into two equal payments. The first payment is due on June 5th for the following academic year, and the second is due on December 5th of that year.
- Monthly Payment Plan: This is an automatic monthly withdrawal from your checking or savings account. Payments can be divided evenly over a ten or eleven-month period beginning in June for the following academic year. Payments can be set for the 5th or the 20th of each month.
For the 2016-17 school year, all families will have to register with FACTS and choose the payment plan of their choice. In subsequent years, a family will only need to review the information and make changes where appropriate. For more information about tuition payment options and the FACTS Tuition Management registration process, please contact Ms. Caren Cotoia in the Business Office at 401-739-3450, ext. 117.
Tuition Assistance Program
Bishop Hendricken High School and the Diocese of Providence strive to make a Catholic education affordable to families by allocating funds for need-based tuition assistance. For the 2015-2016 academic year, approximately 68% of our student body received some type of financial assistance. All awards are based on a family’s financial need and the availability of funds.
Please refer to the separate tab for “Financial Aid” for information on how to apply for tuition assistance.