A Catholic high school education is more affordable than you may think. Bethlehem Catholic High School offers a number of scholarship and tuition reduction programs as well as a selection of payment options.
For additional information on Tuition Assistance please contact our Coordinator of Tuition and Financial Assistance, Mrs. Lisa Toolan, at 610-866-0791, ext. 317 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bethlehem Catholic High School abides by all PIAA restrictions and limitations on athletic recruiting and transfers that are motivated by athletic purposes. Bethlehem Catholic does not provide athletic scholarships.
Families who wish to apply for financial assistance may do so through STS. This online application is free and every family is encouraged to apply. Once the application is processed, you will receive a financial assistance notification email. The application can be found at Simple Tuition Solutions .
For additional information on the financial aid process please contact our Coordinator of Tuition and Financial Assistance, Mrs. Lisa Toolan, at 610-866-0791, ext. 317 or email@example.com
Endowment Scholarships – are available to rising sophomore, junior and senior students and are awarded based on a variety of reasons including but not limited to: need, academics, heritage, family military background, parish affiliation and gender. Some scholarship recipients are chosen by the family who endowed the scholarship, others are awarded by the school administration. Click here for application.
The Eastern Pennsylvania Scholarship Foundation (EPSF Scholarships) – The Eastern Pennsylvania Scholarship Foundation, through the generosity of businesses in response to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Educational Improvement and Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit programs, has scholarship grants available for the 2022-2023 school year. Disbursement of these funds is subject to the guidelines established by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the Eastern Pennsylvania Scholarship Foundation. Application for these scholarships will be available through STS.
Future Golden Hawk Scholarship – Bethlehem Catholic High School is pleased to announce the “Future Hawk” scholarship Program for 8th grade Catholic School students who will be attending Bethlehem Catholic their freshmen year. Click here for application.
For additional information on the financial aid process please contact our Coordinator of Tuition and Financial Assistance, Mrs. Lisa Toolan, at 610-866-0791 ext. 317 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Any public or private school student who transfers to 10th or 11th grade at any diocesan high school will receive a Bishop’s Commission on Catholic School (BCCS) Tuition Transfer Grant. The student will receive $2,000 in their first year and $1,000 in their second year; certain restrictions apply. For additional information contact Mr. Christopher Domyan, Director of Business Administration at email@example.com or 610-866-0791 ext. 352.
Incredible Pennsylvania statistics released last year show that 97% of all Catholic high school graduates continue their education at two or four-year colleges, a dramatically better percentage than other schools. At Bethlehem Catholic High School, typically 97% of graduating seniors go on to higher education.
Parents sacrifice to send their children to a Catholic school because they recognize that elementary and high school are critical periods of development. When students finish secondary school grounded with a good work ethic and strong Catholic values, they are most likely to succeed in college and life.
Diocese of Allentown Catholic School students are college bound and are encouraged to work hard for their goals and dreams thanks to the personal attention from a dedicated, caring and talented faculty. Because Catholic schools are usually smaller, students have greater opportunities to participate and lead in extracurricular activities and the arts. To find out more about opportunities at Bethlehem Catholic, contact our Admissions Office at 610-866-0791 ext. 313.
Bethlehem Catholic High School abides by all PIAA restrictions and limitations on athletic recruiting and transfers that are motivated by athletic purposes.