Application Fee (High School Placement Test) - $50
Application Fee (International Students) - $200
New Student Enrollment Fee - $500
Registration Fee (Annually) - $500
Graduation Fee (Seniors Only) - $150
Payment Processing Fee - $75, $30, or $15
Credit Card Processing Fee - 2.85% will be charged by Smart Tuition
AP Exam Fee (If Applicable) - $95 per AP class
Textbook - varies based on class schedules.
Clothing - various cost per selections
Parish Affidavit Update
Parish discounts will not automatically renew for the 2021-2022 school year. Due to a change in our policies, all families are now required to submit an updated Parish Affidavit in order to receive the parish discount of $1,400 per school year.
The 2021-2022 form can be downloaded by clicking here 2021-2022 School year Parish Affidavit. Please print it out, have your Pastor sign and return to the school via mail or by dropping it off at the Reception Desk during school hours.
You can start submitting this form beginning on January 1, 2021, for the 2021-2022 school year.
Applying for Tuition Assistance
Need-based tuition assistance is available to qualified families on a first come-first served basis. Bishop Gorman High School does not offer academic or athletic scholarships.
Tuition Assistance Applications for the 2021-2022 school year are now being accepted. Please CLICK HERE to apply.
The application process for Tuition Assistance is separate from the Admissions process. New families may begin the Tuition Assistance process before the official notification of their student’s acceptance and final registration. However, they must complete the entire admission application and be accepted to Bishop Gorman before they will hear back from the Tuition Assistance Committee on their potential award.
Returning families must re-apply for tuition assistance each year.
Bishop Gorman High School is "operated as an exempt school under the provision of NRS 394.211 and as such is exempt from the provisions of the Private Elementary and Secondary Education Authorization act."