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Affording BFC

Bishop Foley Catholic High School is committed to providing a high quality education to as many students as possible at an affordable price. Our goal is that young men and women should be able to attend BFC based on their ability to learn and not on his ability to pay. We work with our families on a confidential basis to ensure that qualified students have the opportunity to attend Bishop Foley.

While we must charge tuition to provide this education, please do not let the cost deter you from exploring the opportunity of a lifetime. Bishop Foley Catholic is a non-profit institution and it receives no subsidy funding from the church or any other public source. The school is operated wholly from tuition and fundraising.

Families may explore many options for paying tuition. Financial aid forms are available once a student is admitted.

Tuition and Fees
Financial Aid
Grants
Scholarships

 

2018-2019 Tuition and Fees

Tuition: $9,950
Registration Fee: $200
Comprehensive Fee: $300
Book Fee: $350

Tuition Discounts
Multi Child Discount: $1,000 for second child, $2,000 for third child
Alumni Discount: $500
Financial Aid, Grant, and Scholarship info below.
 

Payment Plans
Bishop Foley Catholic High School offers multiple payment plan options. Families must set up an account with the FACTS Tuition Management Company for payment of tuition. Families can choose between a 12,11,10, or 2 payment plan or a single payment option. All plans must be paid in full by March. Sign up online with FACTS.

 

Financial Aid

BFC uses the FACTS application to determine financial need-based grants. This is the same form that is used by the Archdiocese of Detroit. Only electronic submissions will be accepted for the 2018-19 school year. There is a $30 online application fee and you can apply online. To qualify for consideration for the AOD grants, you must submit the Pastor Signature Sheet/Form to the BFC Business Office prior to April 23, 2018.

For more details, view the AOD Parent Information Letter. It is important that you read the entire letter, because there are many changes for the next school year.

 

Grants

Bishop Foley Catholic GAP Grant

The cost of private Catholic education is such that the tuition and fees charges do not cover the total cost of educating each student. Foley's Advancement efforts are designed to make up the difference between the actual cost of educating each student (approximately $11,275 in 2017-18) and the tuition charged of $9,500. Therefore, in accordance with our mission a BFC GAP Grant of $1,725 is made available to each student. 

Bishop Foley Catholic Tuition Grants

Foley students in grades 9-12 are eligible for this grant. Students must be accepted to BFC before they can receive a tuition grant. Grants are allocated based on financial need and family circumstances. The award ranges from $500-$3,000 and recipients must re-apply each year. Questions can be directed to:

Freshmen: Email Katie Crombe or call 248-658-2038
Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors: Email Nona Moore or call 248-658-2040

Archdiocese of Detroit (AOD) Tuition Grants

Foley students in grades 9-12 are eligible for this grant. Families must be parishioners at a Catholic church within the boundary of the Archdiocese of Detroit. Students must be accepted to BFC before they can receive a tuition grant. Grants are allocated based on financial need and must be re-applied for each year. The awards for 2018-19 are $1100, $950, and $800 based on need.
 
To qualify for consideration for the AOD grants, you must submit the Pastor Signature Sheet/Form to the BFC Business Office prior to April 23, 2018. The Parent Information Letter provides more details and it is important to read the entire document.
 
 

Scholarships

To apply for a scholarship or grant from BFC, please complete the Biographical Information form, Application Checklist, and any supplemental scholarship or grant materials. The required forms and scholarship descriptions can be found in the BFC Freshman Scholarship Package 2018-19Select one of the links below for specific details on the following scholarships:
 
 
 
 

James Group Scholarship

Incoming Freshmen who exhibit academic and character excellence and score in the 90-99% on the High School Placement Test (HSP) are eligible for the James Group Scholarship. Students must take the HSPT in November or December. Students must successfully complete their 8th grade year and apply to Bishop Foley Catholic High School. For the freshman year, $3,000 will be awarded. If the yearly renewal requirements are met, $2,000 will be awarded for the Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years. In order for the scholarship to be renewed, students must maintain a 3.7 GPA and uphold the Bishop Foley Catholic Honor Code.
 

Academic Excellence Scholarship

Incoming Freshmen who exhibit academic and character excellence and score in the 85-89% on the HSPT are eligible for the Academic Excellence Scholarship. Students must take the HSPT in November or December and successfully complete their 8th grade year and apply to Bishop Foley Catholic High School. For the freshman year, $1,500 will be awarded and if the yearly renewal requirements are met, $1,000 will be awarded for the Sophomore, Junior and Senior years. In order for the scholarship to be renewed, students must maintain a 3.5 GPA and uphold the Bishop Foley Catholic Honor code.
 

Founding Parish Scholarship

The top two incoming Freshmen from Guardian Angels, Bishop Foley Catholic’s founding parish, who score in the top 80% on the HSPT but do not receive the James Group Scholarship or Academic Excellence Scholarship, are eligible to receive this award. Students must take the HSPT in November or December, successfully complete their 8th grade year, and apply to Bishop Foley Catholic High School. Scholarship recipients will be awarded $500, which is non-renewable.
 

Christian Service Scholarship

Incoming 9th graders who demonstrate their involvement in Christian service are eligible for this scholarship. Students must apply to Bishop Foley Catholic High School and write an essay of 150 words or more describing about their Christian Service involvement and what it means to them. Students must have one letter of recommendation. The essay and letter of recommendation must be submitted along with the Biographical Information form and Application Check List to the BFC Main Office by the application deadline. The maximum amount for this award is $1,000, which is non-renewable.
 

Leadership Scholarship

Incoming 9th graders who demonstrate their involvement in leadership positions are eligible for this scholarship. Students must apply to Bishop Foley Catholic High School and write an essay of 150 words or more describing their leadership involvement within their school or community. Students must have one letter of recommendation. The essay and letter of recommendation must be submitted along with the Biographical Information form and Application Check List to the BFC Main Office by the application deadline. The maximum amount for this award is $1,000, which is non-renewable.
 

Art Department Scholarship

Incoming Freshmen who excel in art are eligible for this scholarship. Students must apply to Bishop Foley Catholic and submit an Art Portfolio with 8-12 pieces (any medium) along with the Biographical Information form and Application Check List to the Main Office by the application deadline. If applicants choose to submit a digital portfolio, please submit the portfolio via email to the Admissions Director by the application deadline.
 

Performing Arts Scholarship

Incoming Freshmen who excel in the performing arts are eligible for this scholarship. Students must apply to Bishop Foley Catholic.  Drama, dance, and/or music students will present a two to three minute audition for the directors of drama, dance and music. Students are asked to provide their own music and/or drama selection. Applicant must complete and submit the Biographical Information form and Application Check List prior to the audition. 
 

William J. Mulligan Scholarship

Incoming Freshmen are eligible for this scholarship. Applicants must write an essay of 250 words or more describing the importance of receiving a Catholic education. Included in this essay should be information on the value of a Catholic education and the sacrifice needed to attain this education. The essay must be submitted along with the Biographical Information form and Application Check List to the BFC Main Office by the application deadline. For the freshmen year, $1,000 will be awarded. In order for the scholarship to be renewed, students must remain in good academic standing and must uphold the Bishop Foley Catholic Honor Code.
 

Holy Family Connection Scholarship

Incoming Freshmen who attended Holy Family Regional School their 8th grade year are eligible for this scholarship. Students must be formally accepted at Bishop Foley Catholic and write an essay of 150 words or more describing their desire to attend BFC and what they will bring with them from their experience at HFRS. The essay and letter of recommendation must be submitted along with the Biographical Information form and Application Check List to the BFC Main Office by the application deadline. For the freshman year, $1,000 will be awarded. In order for the scholarship to be renewed, students must remain in good academic standing and must uphold the Bishop Foley Catholic Honor Code.
 

Gesu Connection Scholarship

Incoming Freshmen who attended Gesu Catholic School their 8th grade year are eligible for this scholarship. Students must be formally accepted at Bishop Foley Catholic and write an essay of 150 words or more describing their desire to attend BFC and what they will bring with them from their experience at Gesu. The essay and a letter of recommendation must be submitted along with the Biographical Information form and Application Check List to the BFC Main Office by the application deadline. For the freshmen year, $1,000 will be awarded. In order for the scholarship to be renewed, students must remain in good academic standing and must uphold the Bishop Foley Catholic Honor Code.  
 

Janine Kairis - Faith & Gratitude Scholarship

Incoming BFC students in grades 9-12 involved in good academic standing are eligible for this scholarship. Students must be formally accepted at Bishop Foley Catholic and write an essay of 250 words or more describing the importance of receiving a quality Catholic education and dedication to your studies. The essay, Biographical Information form, and Application Checklist, must be submitted to the Main Office by the application deadline. A $500 scholarship will be awarded, which is non-renewable.
 

"Keep Your Eyes Fixed on Jesus" Scholarship - In Honor of Archbishop Vigneron

To be eligible for this scholarship, students in grades 10-12 must be registered for the 2017-18 academic year, must have a 3.2 GPA or higher, and must continuously uphold the Bishop Foley Catholic Honor Code. Students must write an essay of 250 words or more describing their involvement with the new evangelization at their Church, school or in their community and how these works have strengthened their faith and “Kept Their Eyes Fixed On Jesus.”  The essay must be submitted along with the Biographical Information form and the Application Checklist by the application deadline. Final selection may require an interview with BFC administrator(s).
 

"Make Your Impression on the World" Scholarship

To be eligible for this scholarship, students in grades 10-12 must be registered for the 2017-18 academic year, must have a 3.2 GPA or higher, and must continuously uphold the Bishop Foley Catholic Honor Code. In honor of Mr. Valinski, a long time history teacher at Bishop Foley Catholic, write an essay of 250 words or more describing how you plan to use your BFC education to impact the world. Essay must be submitted along with the Biographical Information form and Application Checklist to the Main Office by the application deadline.