financial aid

Last year $129,000 in academic merit-based scholarships were awarded to deserving freshmen. The total over four years for those students is $480,000. In addition, over $750,000 of need-based direct financial aid was granted last year. Students wishing to be considered for financial aid must annually submit a financial aid application. Click here for information on submitting an application for financial aid using FACTS.  Applications can be completed online after December 1st. 

For information on receiving a academic scholarship to attend BI please **Click here for instructions.**
Payment Examples
Student 1 (Catholic)          Student 2 (non-Cathoic)        Student 3 (Catholic DC/MD)
Tuition $15,090   Tuition $19,725       Tuition $17,140
Academic Scholarship      -8,500   Need Based Grant   -9,000   Full Payment Discount -200
Need Based Grant -1,000   Tuition Total $10,725   Tuition Total $16,940
Tuition Total $5,590   Down Payment      -300   Down Payment      -300
Down Payment      -300   Total $10,425   Total (by June 1st) $16,640
Total $5,290   Monthly Payment $1042.50      
Monthly Payment $529
 

frequently asked questions

List of 3 frequently asked questions.

  • Q. What information does Bishop Ireton need from my child’s current school?

    In order to make decisions on each applicant, the Admissions Committee needs to see each student’s transcripts of grades and standardized test scores through the second quarter (or first trimester) of the current school year. For Diocesan Catholic elementary school students, the school should send the transcript automatically to each student’s "first choice" school. For all other students, it is the parent’s responsibility to make sure the school sends us a copy of the transcript. Schools should wait until the end of the second quarter before sending transcripts. There is no need to send the first quarter then the second quarter.  For 9th grade applicants, we expect that transcripts will arrive shortly after the application deadline in January.
  • Q. Our family is not Catholic, will that effect my child’s chances of admissions?

    Only in cases when we are faced with too many qualified applicants. If that happens, the Admissions Policy, which is set by our Board of Governors, requires that we utilize a rating system to rank each qualified applicant. There is a preference built in to this system for students who are Catholic as well as students attending Catholic schools. There is also a preference for strong academic students, siblings, legacies, and applicants with a special talent or achievement.
  • Q. My child received a "D" in Algebra his first quarter. Will this hurt his chances of being accepted to Bishop Ireton?

    Since algebra is not considered a normal 8th grade class, we do not count a poor grade in this subject against applicants. The student could simply retake the course during their first year of enrollment at Bishop Ireton.

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