Tuition and Assistance
|2021-22 Tuition and Fees Per Student||1st Student||2nd Student||3rd Student|
|Parishioner Grades 9-11||$8,523||$8,273||$8,073|
|Parishioner Grade 12||$8,648|
|Non-Parishioner Grades 9-11||$10,023|
|Non-Parishioner Grades 12||$10,148|
**There is an extra $125.00 fee for Senior graduation
Parking Permit $50
Schedule Change $10
Transcripts - Free for current students, $5 per copy for alumni - please contact the Guidance Department at 260-496-4701.
Financial Aid Presentations
Tuition Payment Plans
Parents are required to enroll in one of the four payment plan options available through FACTS Management:
- Full Payment Plan: Pay at school by check or cash before August 1
- Full Payment Plan: Automatic payment through FACTS Management in July or August (no fee).
- Semi-Annual: Pay one-half of tuition & fees by August 1. Balance may be paid by December 1st at the school, balances paid through FACTS Management will be automatically paid in February with an additional $30 service fee.
- Monthly Payments: 10 automatic monthly payments of tuition and fees through FACTS Management beginning in August, with an annual service fee of $80 added to the total tuition and fees. A partial payment, though not mandatory, may be made at the school prior to the monthly payments.
Please note: Credit or Debit cards may be used throughout FACTS Tuition Management and a processing fee will be assessed.
If you do not have a FACTS account, please click here to enroll.
Bishop Dwenger High School makes every effort to keep tuition costs at the lowest possible level while providing a quality Catholic education for young men and women throughout the greater Fort Wayne area. We understand that some families may find it difficult to fully cover the cost of tuition and fees. In order to assist families in meeting the rising cost of education, Bishop Dwenger has put together a comprehensive tuition assistance program.
The tuition assistance program includes tuition grants which are a result of Diocesan support, funds from the endowment, and from our school’s major fundraiser, Saints Alive!. We also provide a number of need-based scholarships which are a result of generous benefactors, our alumni, and friends of Bishop Dwenger High School. We encourage any family who thinks they may have a financial need to apply for assistance. We also offer a payment plan in which the family may spread the tuition payments over a ten-month period of time.
Annually, Bishop Dwenger High School awards close to a million dollars in need-based aid and scholarship assistance; typically, more than half of our student body is receiving some form of tuition assistance. We encourage you to contact Bishop Dwenger High School should you have any questions about our Tuition Assistance Program.
Indiana School Choice Scholarship
Bishop Dwenger High School is proud to be a Choice Scholarship school. Recent state legislation now provides funding to students and their families who meet the state income guidelines. The scholarships (voucher) could be worth as much as $6,000+ for each child and is applied toward tuition and fees.
Eligibility for the Choice Scholarship Program is based on a combined family income as reported on the 1040 of the most recent year's taxes. We would be happy to help you understand this program better. For more information about the Choice Scholarship Program, please contact Kim Cochran, our Choice Scholarship Program Coordinator at email@example.com or 496-4705.
for more information regarding eligibility.
This legislation makes Catholic education a reality for many of our families.
Click here to learn more about the SGO and School Choice Program
Bishop Dwenger Scholarships
Merit-Based Scholarship: The Bishop Dwenger Merit Scholarship will be awarded annually to those freshman students earning top scores on the Merit Scholarship Exam administered in December each year. Typically, five to eight scholarships are awarded in the range of $500 to $1,000 each. These scholarships are allocated solely on merit, not financial need, and are applied to the students’ tuition only for their 9th grade year at Bishop Dwenger.
Need-Based Scholarships: Bishop Dwenger High School is pleased to offer many need-based scholarships, the majority of which are endowed through the generous donations of alumni, parents, and friends. All scholarships, are based on need, with the exception of the Bishop Dwenger Merit Scholarship. Typically, we offer just one scholarship at a time per student. Additional tuition assistance may be offered in the form of need-based grants. The awarding of scholarships may have an effect on the total amount of additional tuition assistance offered by the school. The deadline for all scholarship applications is April 15; additionally, a family must complete the FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment.
To apply for a need-based scholarship, please click on the appropriate link below, either for current students, or for incoming students, to complete your application. Applications must be submitted prior to April 15.
for a list of all available scholarships.
Applying for Tuition Assistance
Bishop Dwenger High School uses FACTS Management Grant & Aid Assessment to help determine a family’s financial need. To apply for a need-based scholarship or tuition assistance grant a family must:
- Complete the FACT Management Grant & Aid Application Form by April 15.
There is a non-refundable application fee of $40 for 2022-2023 school year.
- FACTS Website - Click Parent Login, then choose Payment Plans/Financial Aid
- Provide FACTS with a copy of your most recent IRS Federal 1040 Income Tax Return, including all supporting tax schedules
- Provide FACTS with a copy of your most recent W-2 Form for both you and your spouse, as applicable
Applications for tuition assistance received after the deadline may delay, and possibly reduce the granting of tuition assistance. Once the applications are processed, aid is awarded based on need and availability of funds.
Diocesan Tuition Assistance Opportunities
The following are additional Diocesan tuition assistance opportunities available to incoming freshman, as well as students currently attending Bishop Dwenger High School.
Parish Scholarships: Contact your pastor or parish school office to inquire about the availability of scholarships to Bishop Dwenger High School.
Hope Scholarship Fund: This fund is awarded only to the students of teachers or other Diocesan employees who demonstrate financial need. Priority shall be given to the teachers of the Diocese. Anyone wishing to apply for the Hope Scholarship must first apply for tuition assistance through FACTS.
Tuition, FACTS, and Tuition Assistance Information
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