Affording a BCA education
Thank you for considering a BCA education for your child! Selecting a school is a big decision, and a college-preparatory private education represents a significant investment in your child. It may well be within your family’s reach, though!
Students from a wide variety of economic backgrounds experience a transformative BCA education, thanks to our remarkably robust program of tuition assistance. In fact, over half our students are supported in part by BCA tuition assistance.
Considering a BCA education but not sure if you can afford it? We can provide a customized tuition package based on various financial factors. If you qualify for tuition assistance, we make every effort to maintain your award each year, as long as your demonstrated need remains the same.
For more information, please contact Michelle Weber via this contact form or by telephone at 401-246-0113. To apply for tuition assistance through FACTS Tuition Management, click the link below.
2019-2020 TUITION RATES
Lower school students who qualify for assistance pay average tuition of $6,116.
Middle school students who qualify for assistance pay average tuition of $6,486.
High school students who qualify for assistance pay average tuition of $9,456.
After the first child, the annual tuition is reduced by $300.00 for each additional child enrolled at BCA.
CONVENIENT PAYMENT OPTIONS
After an initial setup, tuition payments are made automatically on an annual, semi-annual, or monthly basis through our handy tuition management system, FACTS. Monthly payments are made from July through June.
Enrollment at BCA represents a mutual commitment to a child’s education. At BCA, that is a coherent K-12 experience, so enrollment is “continuous” through graduation – no need to re-enroll or to pay additional fees each year. New applicants pay a deposit to guarantee the student’s place for the first year. The deposit is credited against the first tuition payment; after that, enrollment automatically renews each February 15 unless the family or the school decides to withdraw the student. For details, please see our enrollment agreement.