Tuition Assistance & Fees

2017-2018 Tuition

Cost to educate a Beaumont student -  $18,300
Donor and endowment subsidized for every student-  $4,000
2017-2018 School Year Tuition - $14,300   ($500 Enrollment Deposit included in this figure)

*The total tuition amount is an all-inclusive price*

Which includes: the technology fee, basic workbooks, student handbooks, lockers, assemblies, retreats, labs, most field trips and parent organization membership dues.

Tuition Plans

Tuition is due in full by July 10th unless a payment plan is established through the payment program Beaumont offers. Please contact the admissions office for more information. 

Tuition Assistance 

Families with more than one daughter attending Beaumont at the same time receive $1,000 tuition reduction for the second daughter if a FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment is completed (see below) . Students whose mother or grandmother graduated from Beaumont receive a $1,000 Legacy scholarship.

Our Work Study program allows interested students to earn up to $600 toward tuition annually by assisting with classroom maintenance during after-school hours or serving in the dining room during lunch periods. 

Diocesan Tuition Assistance Grants are awards given by the Diocese of Cleveland to students of limited financial means who desire a Catholic high school education.

A Beaumont education is an investment in your daughter’s potential and will help create a lifetime of opportunities. Every student at Beaumont receives financial assistance in some form. Tuition and fees only cover a portion of the actual cost of a Beaumont education. The difference is realized through our Beaumont Fund and Bridge the Gap appeals, earnings on the Beaumont School Endowment Fund, our annual Beaumont Gala Fundraiser, and additional donations from parents, alumnae and friends of Beaumont School.


Financial Assistance is available and awarded in the form of scholarships, financial aid and grants. Each school year, families are required to re-apply by completing the FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment online application.

Incoming Freshmen must also complete Verification Form (to be returned to Beaumont School)

In order to be considered for financial assistance, families are required to complete the FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment online application (formerly Private School Aid Service (PSAS)) and submit the necessary supporting documentation to FACTS by December 1 for incoming freshmen or March 1 for current students.


Incoming Freshmen:

Beaumont School offers Merit Scholarships to all students who demonstrate academic excellence on the scholarship exam. Presidential Academic Scholarships are awarded to all incoming students scoring in the 90th percentile on the October Scholarship Exam. 

The annual FACTS form does not need to be filed in order for these scholarships to be renewed. These awards are renewable for all four years.

 For more information on financial aid and payment plans, click here.