Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament PK-3 Tuition Policy

(Tuition is subject to change for the 2024-2025 school year)

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4 Year Old Pre-Kindergarten Tuition

  • Full Day, 5x Week, Monday - Friday, $5500.00

3 Year Old Pre-Kindergarten Tuition

  • Full Day, 5 x Week, Monday - Friday, $5500.00
  • Full Day, 3 x Week, Monday / Wednesday/ Friday (Only), $3600.00
  • Full Day, 2 x Week, Tuesday / Thursday (Only), $3000.00
  • The cost to educate a child at Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament School is $8,076 per year.

Other Required Fees: A one-time Non-Refundable Registration fee for new students $50.00/student. All students are required to pay a Supply Fee each year. Please see the "Supply Fees for the 2022-2023 Academic Year" form included in this packet.


Tuition Assistance

Families new to BISON

  • Parents should visit the BISON website at www.bisonfund.com to complete a pre-application for the 2022-2023 school year. The pre-application form is only for families NEW to BISON.

Current BISON families

  • Families will receive an email with a link to complete the pre-qualification process in February 2022.


Parish Assistance

  • Financial assistance from St. Martha Parish is available to families demonstrating need. Assistance is determined by the Tuition Committee, based on availability of funds. Parish assistance forms are available from the Principal. To qualify for Parish Assistance you must submit a copy of your BISON application to the School Office along with the St. Martha Tuition Assistance application.
  • Non-parishioners may apply for St. Martha Tuition Assistance once your BISON is submitted.
  • Families not associated with a Catholic church may apply for St. Martha’s Tuition Assistance by submitting a BISON application and completing the St. Martha Tuition Assistance form through the principal.
  • The minimum parental tuition responsibility is $500.



The sharing of your time, talents and treasures promotes unity in our school community. The money raised in fundraising helps to keep the tuition rates and parish subsidy at the recommended Diocesan rate.