Cost of Attendance
Tuition (2021 - 2022): $13,950
Estimated Fees (textbooks, uniforms, supplies): $500
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Tuition remains the major source of revenue for the school’s operating budget and is adjusted annually. In addition to tuition, each student is responsible for purchasing their own dress code-appropriate clothing and textbooks at an estimated cost of $500.
A $250 non-refundable tuition deposit and completed enrollment contract are required from all new students. The tuition deposit is deducted from the total tuition due. Re-enrolling students need only submit their signed enrollment contract.
Bishop Brady strives to make the Brady advantage available to any student who wants to attend, regardless of their financial status. In the 2021-2022 school year, approximately 50% of students have been awarded more than $550,000 in need based assistance. Awards range from $500 to $8000 per year with the average award of $4000.
To be considered for financial aid, a separate application must be completed online through the FACTS Tuition Assistance Program.
Regardless of need, all Bishop Brady families are required to create a FACTS account in order to make tuition payments.
Children's Scholarship Fund
The Children’s Scholarship Fund provides scholarships for low-income New Hampshire students who may be struggling in their current public school to allow them to attend a private school that is a better fit for them and their learning needs.
To learn more about additional opportunities for tuition assistance, click the + button next to each title.
Yes, Every Student (YES!) is a scholarship program administered by the NH Department of Education (DOE). It is designed to help families and students whose education was negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The John V. Leech Fund was established to provide scholarship aid to needy and deserving students who are residents of Belknap County to assist them in furthering their education on secondary, college or graduate level.
Because this fund is available to many different types of students, only a small portion is allocated for students attending secondary school.
Fixed-rate education loans are available for families looking for alternative financing. Loans are repaid over 24 to 84 months with APR starting at 4.99%.
For more information and secure, confidential online services, visit their website or call 1-800-920-9777.
Education Freedom Accounts
On June 24, 2021, New Hampshire passed the Education Freedom Account program. EFA's will offer grants for eligible families to spend on their children’s education, including tuition at the school of their choice, tutoring, online learning programs, educational supplies, internet connectivity, and other educational expenses.
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