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At DB, it costs approximately $15,500 to educate one student. Thanks to our generous and philanthropic donors, including many alumni who believe in our mission, we are able to generate an annual operating budget that allows us to charge less than that per student. We understand the extreme value of this education, and we work very hard to keep it affordable for our families. We are proud to offer scholarships, tuition assistance, and creative payment plans for our families which keeps the desirable Catholic education affordable, achievable, and available for a larger number of students.  

2023-2024 TUITION 




Registration Fee - All students are required to pay a non-refundable Registration Fee. This fee is during the Course Selection Process in January or early February. Beginning with the 2023-24 school year, the Registration Fee will have a new structure based on when a family pays the fee:
  • Jan 1 to March 15 the registration fee is $250.00
  • March 16 to May 15 the registration fee is $275.00
  • May 16 and after the fee is $300.00

The One-to-One Tablet Program - A Chromebook must be purchased by all Freshmen and Transfer students for $500.  This fee may not be added to tuition. 


All payment plans, except annually, are paid by automatic payment through FACTS Management Company.
To enroll, click here.
Information you will need to enroll:
  • Bank Name
  • Routing Number
  • Account Number
  • A user name and password you create
Student ID numbers will be added by the tuition office.
Unless paid up-front, all families must use the FACTS Automatic Withdrawal System for tuition.
Families who pay tuition in full by June 30th will receive a 3% discount. The 3% Early-pay discount, for annual payments, is after all discounts, scholarships, and grants.
Other options for families include a semester, quarterly, or monthly payment plan thru FACTS. Monthly payment plans include 11 monthly payments for underclassmen and 10 monthly payments for seniors. Tuition payments will reflect all discounts, scholarships, and grants. The first monthly payment is due in July. DB Administration must approve special payment schedules.
Due to increasing credit card processing fees, Tuition payments made via debit/credit card will be
assessed a 2% service fee for each transaction.


In order to receive tuition assistance from Bishop DuBourg High School and from the Archdiocese, families must complete a Today and Tomorrow Educational Foundation (TTEF) Application. The deadline for applying is February 28th. Tuition assistance awards by the Archdiocese and Bishop DuBourg High School occur in May. Listed below are the various types of tuition assistance available.

Family Scholarships- This scholarship is available during those years in which two or more students from a family are enrolled in an Archdiocesan High Schools. If all students attend Bishop DuBourg High School, the second-student discount is $3,000 and THE THIRD STUDENT IS FREE. If enrolled at different Archdiocesan High Schools, the second-student discount is $400 and the third is $1200.

Presidential Scholarships- Bishop DuBourg designates 10 incoming freshmen each year to receive a $1,500 scholarship for excellence in academics, faith and service, leadership and extracurricular activities. This scholarship follows the student all four years provided the student strives to be a leader in these areas.

Beyond Sunday Fellows Program- The Roman Catholic Foundation of Eastern Missouri administers this program. Students who receive assistance from the Beyond Sunday Fellows Program will earn twice as much money if the student attends an Archdiocesan High School (such as DB) compared to a private high school. The TTEF application is required. Deadline is February 28th.

Catholic Family Tuition Assistance (CFTA)- Parish registered Catholic families are eligible and awards are based on financial need, as determined by the TTEF application process. Deadline is February 28th.

DB Tuition Assistance- Tuition Assistance given by Bishop DuBourg is only available to families who complete the TTEF Application. All students are eligible. You do not need to be Catholic.

Parish Employee Endowment Fund (PEEP)- This scholarship is available for Parish Employees. Employees must work 1,000 hours in the course of a year in order to be eligible.

Secondary School Tuition Grants for Elementary Educators (GIA)- This is for teachers, principals, and DRE’s who have taught one or more years in one of our Catholic elementary schools. The application is available through the employer - pastor or principal. The deadline to apply is May 1st. The teacher must have taught the year prior to the grant year and must work half time or more in order to be

MOScholars Scholarship- This is for student who meet specific criteria as outlined by the State of Missouri. Families can review the
guidelines on the TTEF website. 

What is MOScholars?




Detailed tuition assistance information and application can be found here:

For additional questions about tuition or financial assistance please contact:
Jim Campbell
Registrar & Tuition Coordinator
(314) 783-4482
Joan Provaznik
Business Manager
(314) 783-4492