1. Who can attend Saint Bernard School?
Enrollment is open to all students regardless of religion, economic, or social status. Saint Bernard School is looking for students who demonstrate a commitment to academic growth, a high degree of motivation, a concern for others, and a desire to be involved in the community.
2. How much does it cost to attend Saint Bernard School?
Tuition for the 2016‐2017 school year is $7,900 for Middle School and $12,900 for High School. This includes a non-refundable $600 tuition depost.
3. Does Saint Bernard School offer Financial Aid?
Each family's financial situation is unique and the level of financial assistance may vary. With that in mind, we are proud to offer "Tailored Tuition" for our families. Any family concerned about affording full tuition for their child's education should apply for assistance through the FACTS Grant and Aid application. A financial package will be offered after assessing many factors. Income is only one of the variables that we consider and each award is individualized.
4. What is the current student enrollment?
Current enrollment is 324 students with a student‐to‐teacher ratio of 10:1.
5. What are the school hours?
The school day begins at 7:44 AM and students are dismissed at 1:45 PM.
6. Are students required to wear a uniform?
Yes, the school uniform is a unique part of the student experience and an integral part of the school’s mission. The uniform is not meant to be restrictive; it is used as a tool in maintaining an environment that helps each student excel.
7. Where do students go after they graduate from Saint Bernard?
As a college prep school, our students share a common goal of attending college upon graduation. On average, 98% of Saint Bernard students attend college with a 100% acceptance rate. About 2% of graduates choose to serve our country by entering the military.