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Interested in enrolling your child at Blessed Sacrament School? Follow the simple steps below:

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2021-2022 Tuition and Fee Information

Preschool/Pre-K

Registration Fee - $350 per child (plus $30 application fee for new students)

Monthly Payment Schedule (August 1 - May 1):
Half Day (7:00 am - 11:30 am) = $500 per month
Full Day (7:00 am - 2:30 pm) = $690 per month
Extended Day ( 7:00 am - 6:00 pm) = $710 per month

There are no service requirements for Preschool/Pre-K enrollment.

Grades K-8

Registration Fee - $350 per child (plus $30 application fee for new students)

Monthly Payment Schedule (August 1 - May 1):
$535 - 1 child
$810 - 2 children
$1,035 - 3 children
$1,200 - 4 children
$1,345 - 5 children

Service Requirement for Grade K-8 enrollment

  1. School Service Activity (Assigned By School Administration)
  2. Bingo (Assisting 3 Times Per Year)
  3. Annual Parish Festival (Working 12 Hours over the weekend)
Families can Buyout any or all of these Service Activities. The Buy-out of each is $500. Add $1500 to Buy-out all three.

I-20 students pay $500.00 per month.

Financial Assistance

Limited assistance is available each year for those families experiencing serious financial difficulties. You can apply using the Financial Aid button at the top of this page.

Age Requirement for Admission

A child may be admitted into Preschool who is at least 2.5 years of age by September 1st of the current school year and is toilet trained. A child may be admitted into Kindergarten who is 5 years of age on or before September 1st of the current school year. A child may be admitted into first grade who is 6 years of age on or before September 1st of the current school year.

Admission Requirements

Preschool/Pre-K

Applicants will be interviewed with the child's parents by the Principal, prior to acceptance.

Kindergarten

Applicants will be given a readiness screening, prior to acceptance.

Grade 1

New applicants will be interviewed by the Administration, prior to acceptance.

Grades 2-8

Admission and placement will be determined by recent standardized test scores, report cards, and an interview with the Administration. To remain at Blessed Sacrament School, a student shall conform to approved norms of behavior and academic achievement as outlined by our Parent-Student Handbook.

All new students entering Blessed Sacrament School are considered on probation for the first trimester. During that period, parents and staff can decide if this school is the most appropriate educational setting for their child. Factors to be considered in the decision are the student's academic performance, effort, conduct, and work/study habits.

Acceptance Priorities

Priority for acceptance will be given to:

1. Catholic children whose parents are active members of Blessed Sacrament Parish. Active membership means that the family worships in the parish and contributes of its time, talent and financial resources to support the parish.

2. Catholics from another parish, provided active participation can be validated.

3. Children of other faiths are welcome to the school on a space available basis.

NOTE: First priority in each of the above categories will be given to those applicants who have siblings already in the school.

Ordinarily, 8th grade students will not be accepted - except those transferring from another Catholic school because of relocation or those transferring from out of town who meet the necessary requirements. Exceptions may be made at the discretion of the Administration.