St. Bernard High School strives to provide the highest quality educational programs at the lowest possible cost. We recognize and appreciate the financial sacrifices that families make to send their children to St. Bernard High School. We work very hard to control our expenses to ensure that we can provide a secondary Catholic education at an affordable tuition rate. St. Bernard’s tuition is one of the lowest among the fifty Catholic high schools in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.
Paying for a Catholic education is an investment in your daughter or son’s future. St. Bernard affords merit, leadership scholarships and need-based funding grants that may help with the financing of your child’s education. The school is also generously supported with grants from the Catholic Education Foundation. Tuition grants are based on the evaluation of financial need of the family. The St. Bernard funding pool is limited and we regret that we cannot always meet the full financial need for tuition assistance of the applicants. Final selection of a recipient is based on need as well as evaluation of the student’s overall academic and personal strengths. All families requesting tuition assistance must submit an application through the FACTs tuition management service. Should a student be placed on Academic or Disciplinary Probation, he or she may become ineligible to retain their financial aid and scholarship.
The St. Bernard school code for FACTS is 26282.
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If you have any questions or concerns about the application process, you may speak with a FACTS Customer Care Representative at
1-866-441-4637, or online at www.factstuitionaid.com
Please note: Applicants qualifying for admission and for need-based financial assistance outnumber those who can be supported by the financial aid budget. Therefore, choices must be made on the basis of individual merit. Although need is the first and absolute requirement for financial aid, the final selection of a recipient is based on an evaluation of the student’s overall academic performance.
2. Catholic Education Foundation Tuition Award Program:
The Catholic Education Foundation (CEF) is an outside organization that provides funding to families desiring a Catholic education, but who fall within certain income guidelines that make affording tuition a challenge. If you fall within the household income outlined on the attachment, PLEASE take the time to complete the pdf application on this page and be sure to provide all required documentation. The directions to complete the application are also provided on this page.
The new applications for the upcoming cycle will be available soon, but in the meantime, please save the date of the CEF interviews:
On-site processing will take place on Tuesday, November 9, from 12:00-7:00 pm
There are no applications for scholarships. If you would like your child to be considered to be a scholarship recipient, please check the appropriate box on your admissions application under the Financial Information section.
Doheny Merit Scholarship
Wayne & Diana Murdy Leadership Scholarship
Private Student Loans for K-12 Education
If your family does not qualify for need-based financial aid, you may wish to consider an outside lenders who provides K-12 student loans to qualifying individuals. Here are some of the leading lenders and special loan products that may provide a solution that’s right for your family. Please note that St. Bernard High School does not endorse any outside lending organization.
Your Tuition Solution offers a low fixed rate K-12 loan designed to help parents and legal guardians pay for private school tuition. Borrow the full cost of tuition up to $40,000 with flexible repayment terms from 24 to 84 months with no penalties for prepayment. There are no origination fees.