Tuition is billed annually, semi-annually, or on a 10-month basis (if paying with this option, payments must be in the form of an electronic funds transfer). The registration fee is due upon course registration, as is the enrollment contract. We do not have an application or book fee.
Tuition for 2018-2019
Junior High: $12,635
Senior High: $14,740
International Students: $19,740
Fees for 2018-2019
Technology Fee: $400
Registration Fee: $200
Graduation Fee: $150 (applied only to 2018 graduating seniors)
In an effort to secure and maintain an economically diverse student population, the BSM Board of Directors established a tuition assistance program allowing students the opportunity to attend BSM through tuition assistance grants. Roughly 19% of the student body currently receives assistance. More than $1.4 million in assistance was awarded for the 2015-2016 school year, with an average award of $6,345.
All tuition assistance applicants must complete a Tuition Aid Data Services (TADS) application. TADS is used by all Catholic high schools in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis to determine a family's tuition need. TADS applications can be filled online or can be printed and mailed to you from TADS. Completing your TADS application online will expedite the process.
Submitting TADS applications after the deadline may affect a student’s financial award, as we have limited funding. Funding cannot be allocated to TADS applicants unless the student has been granted admission to Benilde-St. Margaret's. TADS may be filed prior to the admission decision, but notification of potential tuition assistance qualification will not be sent until after a student is admitted.
For general information on the BSM tuition assistance program, please contact Shané Sisco, Student Tuition and Financial Aid Specialist, at 952-927-4176, ext. 2482 or email. You may contact TADS for assistance completing the application or to check your application status. TADS does not have award information.
*Tuition assistance staff will be available during the school's Open Houses.
The Parent Association annually awards $2,000 scholarships to the top four incoming 9th grade students who place highest on the CogAT (Cognitive Abilities) placement test given in January. Each student receives $1,000 during the freshman year and an additional $1,000 during the sophomore year. No application is required.
All questions about tuition and tuition assistance should be directed to Shané Sisco.