Tuition, Scholarships & Financial Aid

Tuition & Fees

The Board of Directors sets registration, tuition and fees on a yearly basis. Total charges for the school year include, among other things, the use of state-provided textbooks, student insurance, subscription to the school newspaper and specific school activities and athletic events. Students presently enrolled re-register for the coming school year during January. New students pay registration at the time of acceptance. Tuition is paid in advance by the year, by the semester, by the quarter or monthly. Annual or semi-annual tuition payments can be made by cash, check or credit card. A surcharge of 2.5% will be assessed for tuition payments made with a credit card. Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT Payment Option) is required if the quarterly or monthly payment plan is selected. Please note: We can only process one EFT account per student.

Special course fees are due by orientation. Certain courses require the use of privately purchased texts and/or laboratory fees. Students are responsible for all texts and materials provided for use and must pay for them if they are lost or damaged.

2018-2019 Tuition & Fees

Re-Registration or Senior Fees:  $500

Activity Fee: $150

Tuition: $9,970

Total:  $10,620

*TUITION IS INTEREST FREE

Payment Options

QUARTERLY OR MONTHLY PLAN AVAILABLE ONLY IF PAYING BY ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFER (EFT)
(EFT) – ONLY ONE EFT ACCOUNT PER STUDENT

*CHANGES TO YOUR PAYMENT PLAN AFTER MAY 1 WILL RESULT IN A $35 PROCESSING FEE

*SCHEDULE CHANGES WILL RESULT IN A CHARGE OF $35 FEE

Registration: Unless granted an exception, students with an outstanding tuition balance may not register for the following school year. If a student has an outstanding tuition balance, the school will apply any payment received during the registration period to that balance.

NSF Charge: A student’s tuition account will be charged a $25 NSF fee for any check returned or EFT denied by the bank. Any questions about the statements should be directed to the Director of Finance.

For further information regarding the financial assistance process, please contact the Director of Finance at (504) 283-1561.

Scholarships & Financial Aid

Scholarships

Academic Scholarships at Brother Martin High School are administered by the Academic Scholarship Committee under the direction of the Admissions Office. They are based on academic merit, and students do not apply for them.

An undetermined number of scholarships will be awarded for the 2019-2020 school year. These scholarships are renewable for an additional three or four years, depending upon year of entrance and maintenance of the required GPA. In determining scholarship recipients the committee uses the following considerations:

  • Elementary school grades
  • Standardized test scores
  • Record of conduct
  • Composite score earned on the placement test administered at Brother Martin High School

Scholarship award winners are notified in writing.

Great care is taken to ensure that the school does not become available only to the social, academic, or athletic elite. No student is refused admission solely because of inability to pay the tuition. - Educational Mission and Ministry

Financial Aid