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Freshman iPad Training Nights
On Wednesday, July 30 and again on Tuesday, August 5, iPad training will be provided in the cafeteria at 6pm. Although open to all, this training will be most helpful to freshmen, new students and their parents. During these sessions, the implementation of iPads within the classrooms at Borgia will be discussed. Sample iBook textbooks, key iPad apps (such as Pages and Keynote) and services (such as eBackpack, iCloud and Google Apps) will be demonstrated. In addition, students will be able to obtain links to those apps available through the volume discount program at this time. Select the date that best fits in your schedule.
Recommended Student iPad
The recommendation for new students is an iPad (generation 2 or later) or an iPad mini with a minimum of 32 GB of storage. Students with iPads need to be vigilant in the management of files such as books, music, videos, games, etc. If necessary, additional storage can be acquired through Apple's iCloud service.
2014-2015 Tuition & Financial Assistance Information
In an effort to maintain a high quality academic and spiritual education, we have determined it will be necessary to increase our tuition by $200 per student for the 2014-2015 academic school year. Our tuition will be $6700. This 3% increase of tuition offsets the 3% raise in the cost to run our school. We have also determined that it will be possible to keep the fee schedule at $355. Our fundamental goal is to continue to provide the most affordable Catholic education possible for all of our families. This necessary 3% tuition increase goes far in holding to our objective. .
We are aware that as ambitious as our attempts are to keep our tuition affordable, we still have families that will be in need of tuition assistance. Because of the generosity of numerous donors and our school fundraisers, we are pleased to continue to offer tuition assistance to our families that have a need. We are happy to offer tuition assistance when needed, but you cannot get this assistance unless you submit a FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment application. A link to this site is available just under the photo on the top of this page.
Please check out the following documents for additional information and required forms:
- Tuition and Fees
- Tuition Payment Preference Form
- FACTS Re-enrollment Guidelines
- Tuition Assistance Procedures
- FACTS Grant and Aid Flyer
- Archdiocesan Finanacial Assistance Program
- Archdiocesan Letter to Applicants
- Second Child Discount Letter & Form
- Work Study Application