For more than 160 years, Bellarmine College Preparatory has offered a unique education, rich in the Jesuit tradition, and unlike any other. During their four years, our students thrive intellectually and spiritually, and truly become a Band of Brothers. Continuously exposed to life-changing experiences and people, these boys will walk the path and mature into young "Men for Others."
The Bellarmine Fund provides essential resources which are critical to the operation of the school and are used for academic and co-curricular activities, such as the arts, athletics, and immersion programs, to name a few. Thanks to the generosity of parents, alumni, parents of alumni, grandparents and friends, the Bellarmine Fund directly supports our students as they pursue a formation of the whole person in the service of others.
- Bellarmine students, along with President Paul Sheridan, S.J. and faculty member Katie Passalacqua, met with former President F.W. de Klerk, who is widely regarded for engineering the end of apartheid, during their June 2012 South African immersion trip.
Bellarmine Fund Brochure
Direct Financial Aid
Bellarmine’s Financial Aid Program continues to play a vital role in maintaining the school’s diversity as well as ensuring that all qualified candidates are able to enroll and continue at Bellarmine regardless of financial circumstances. Currently 24 percent, nearly one in four, of our students receives financial aid. For academic year 2012-2013, Bellarmine’s Financial Aid budget is in excess of $3.7 million. In addition to support from the Financial Aid Endowment, Bellarmine must raise funds each year for Direct Financial Aid in support of students currently in need of tuition assistance.