Tuition & Fees

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  • Tuition for 2024-2025 School Year

    Tuition at Bishop Noll is based upon residency and Catholic affiliation. Families who reside within the Diocese of Gary and who are practicing Catholics receive the lowest tuition option possible provided they return a completed Parish Certificate form.
    All others pay the same, non-discounted tuition.
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  • Diocese of Gary Parishioner Tuition

  • Non-Diocesan Tuition

In all cases, a $200 discount is applied if tuition is paid in full by August 1. Semester and monthly payment plans are available.
There is $250 non-refundable registration fee per family. After June 6, the nonrefundable registration fee is $350. A discount of $1,000 is given to families with two children enrolled at Bishop Noll (a $50 monthly discount will be applied to each of the children's accounts). Families with three siblings in the same household attending Bishop Noll will receive a significant discount. The monthly rate for families with three children is $1,935 (or $1,833 with Diocesan discount). This discount does not apply to fees or fundraising.

TUITION COVID-19 POLICY In case of an extended learning period related to any public health and safety, or severe weather, event, the school will provide continuous education services remotely for students. Tuition agreements, policies and practices, will remain in effect and binding.

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  • Loans for Tuition

    Your Tuition provides loans for education.
  • Uniforms

    All students are required to wear the school uniform. The summer uniform is worn in August, September, April, May, and June. The winter uniform is worn from October until March. The summer uniform is a navy polo shirt with khacki shorts. An average cost is $45. The winter uniform consists of dress pants, white dress shirt, school tie, and school sweater or sweater vest. An average cost is $125. Uniforms are purchased through Dennis Uniform Manufacturing Company, 8345 Indianapolis Blvd. in Highland. Visit
  • Book Rental Fees

    Students are assessed a book rental fee, which is included in tuition. AP and ACP courses have additional textbook fees.
  • Parents Club Fee

    The Parents Club at Bishop Noll Institute seeks to engage all parents with the administration to become full partners in their child's education by nurturing a spirit of service in addition to academic excellence which develops and strengthens one Catholic community as a whole. All parents are considered members of the Parents Club. The fee is $10 per student.
  • Technology Fee

    Students are assessed $250 per year to cover the cost of updating and maintaining hardware and software, including paper and ink.
  • Course Fees

    Several courses charge additional fees for materials/supplies. Examples are Art, Newspaper, and AP/ACP courses.
  • Athletic Fee

    All students participating in IHSAA-sanctioned athletic programs are assessed the following fees: $150 per sport played by the student.
  • Retreat Fee

    This fee is incorporated into the tuition cost. The total cost of a student's retreats is $100/year.
  • Service Hours

    All families are required to volunteer 15 hours of service to the school. If you cannot complete this requirement you will be invoiced $255.
  • Annual Fundraiser

    All students are billed $400 in fundraising fees. You may choose to sell Fall Raffle tickets in order to offset this fee. Click here for Fall 2022 raffle ticket information.
  • Graduation Fee

    Graduation fees for seniors are $200. This includes cap and gown, 10 graduation announcements, 25 name cards, one 8” X 10” photo, diploma with cover, miniature diploma, and other expenses involved with graduation. This fee must be paid by graduating seniors with the final tuition payment by the due date indicated on the invoice received of the current school year.
Bishop Noll Institute, a diverse, Catholic college preparatory school, partners with local faith communities to empower young adults to live their faith in Christ through ministry, scholarship, and leadership.