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The cost to educate a student at Archbishop Bergan Catholic School is $7,879 per year!

Tuition Information & Assistance

Our tuition rates have been dramatically reduced from the actual cost to educate because the parishioners of St. Patrick Catholic Church have made a commitment to the making the cost of education more affordable to all students by subsidizing a large portion of each student’s tuition cost.

2021-2022 Tuition Rates

9th – 12th Grade, $5,615

5th - 6th Grade, $4,340

7th – 8th Grade, $4,940

Kindergarten – 4th Grade, $3,720

*Ask about the Family Discount Rate for families with three or more children in grades K-12.

Payment Plans Available

Choose the payment plan that works for you. A tuition payment plan must be selected when new students apply to Archbishop Bergan Catholic School or when current students re-enroll during the Open Enrollment Period (January – March).

The standard family enrollment fee of $150.00 must accompany the contract by March 1st.

Option #1 – Annual Payment Plan: Tuition is paid in full by July.

Option #2 – Semester Plan: Tuition is paid in July & January.

Option #3 – Quarterly Plan: Tuition is paid in July, October, January and April.

Option #3 – Monthly Plan: Tuition is paid over a 12-month period from July-June. 

FACTS, a NelNet Company, allows payments to be scheduled for each payment plan that works with every family’s budget. This is the school’s required method for ALL payments plans. You have the option of paying with checking, savings, or credit/debit card when using FACTS.

Those paying by the quarterly and monthly plans will be charged a $43.00 annual fee by FACTS, which will be charged to your tuition total.


Archbishop Bergan Catholic School expects families will make every effort to make their designated payments, consistent with their commitment to the well-being of the School and their child’s education. If after choosing your payment plan to fit your family budget, you find that you cannot pay the designated tuition amount, there are several Tuition Assistance options to consider.

Applying for Tuition Assistance.


Children’s Scholarship Fund of Omaha for families with students in grades K-8.

The Children’s Scholarship Fund of Omaha’s mission is to provide scholarship assistance for qualifying families so their children may attend a private or parochial elementary school of their choice.

To be considered for a CSF scholarship you must be entering school for the required academic year, and your total family income must fall within the eligibility scale. Once you’ve applied and been accepted (not all applications are accepted), you will agree to adhere to CSF’s scholarship requirements.

Qualified families will are expected to adhere to the following:

 Each child receiving a scholarship must have an attendance rate of at least 90%

 Your family must pay a minimum of $500 towards your children’s school each year (per family, not per child)

 Physically enter your child’s school twice each year (once in November, once in April) to sign CSF paperwork

 Your child must comply with school standards. If expelled, your child will not be eligible for scholarship renewal

 You must fill out requalification paperwork each year to verify continued financial eligibility

 Agree to make your child’s academic information accessible (e.g. test scores) for CSF program assessment.


Archdiocese of Omaha High School Assistance Funding for families with students in grades 9-12.

The office of Stewardship & Development coordinates the Archdiocese High School Scholarships to provide tuition assistance for children throughout the Archdiocese. Two assistance programs are available by filling out the Archdiocese of Omaha High School Assistance Funding.


Omaha Archdiocesan Educational Foundation (OAEF)

 For Catholic High schools in the Archdiocese of Omaha (grades 9-12)


Archbishop’s Annual Appeal Scholarship Program

 For students enrolled in the 9th or 10th grade in a Catholic high school in the Archdiocese of Omaha.

 Scholarships are for tuition costs only. Registration fees, book fees, activity fees, etc. are the responsibility of the parents.

 Qualified families are expected to pay a minimum of $1,000 of the tuition costs per year. This will be waived only for applicants with seriously limited resources.


St. Patrick Catholic Church/Archbishop Bergan Catholic School Tuition Assistance Application

Tuition Assistance is awarded based on need and the amount of funds available. Tuition assistance funds vary from year to year and the funds are limited. Early application is encouraged. The Finance Office will notify families of tuition assistance awarded. All amounts will be credited directly to the family’s account. Families who receive the Archbishop Bergan Catholic School Tuition Assistance must sign the Acceptance Agreement before the funds will be credited to your account.

Qualified families are expected to adhere to the following:

 Students will maintain average to above average grades and maintain superior behavior in the classroom

 Send a Thank you letter/note to the St. Patrick Stewardship & Development Office to be shared with donors

 Maintain assigned payment amounts and acknowledge that assistance will be re-applied for each year

 Commit time in giving back to child(ren)’s school by volunteering time with various events and in the classroom

 Notify Archbishop Bergan Catholic School and the St. Patrick Catholic Church Finance Office of e-mail or address changes that may occur.


To apply for the Archbishop Bergan Scholarship, visit There is a $35.00 processing fee due at the time of application. Applications open on February 3, 2021; deadline for applying is May 7, 2021. Email the Finance Office, Kristy Churchill, with questions.



Archbishop Bergan Catholic School provides an exemplary Christ-centered education that develops the whole child through service, active learning, and innovative instruction in order to achieve high expectations in a global community. Accredited by AdvancED organization on Accreditation and School Improvement, in June, 2013, recognizing Archbishop Bergan Catholic School as a Kindergarten through Twelfth grade accredited school system. Archbishop Bergan Catholic School is accredited through the Nebraska Department of Education. Archbishop Bergan Catholic School does not discriminate against the basis of race, color, disability, national or ethnic origin.