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2020-2021 School Year Enrollment

If you are interested in enrolling for this coming fall, 2020-2021 school year, please call our school office. We have waiting list in several grades. We especially ask our PRESCHOOL families to call 419.536.1194 if you are hoping to have a space next year.

Open House

You are invited to our Open House on Sunday, February 23, 11:30 am -1:30 pm. Meet our teachers, visit our classrooms and see some of our amazing student achievements. St. Benedict Catholic School provides a faith-filled environment focused on your child reaching their full potential. We offer:

- Challenging, Academic Curriculum
- Safe, Nurturing, Family Atmosphere
- Extracurricular and Athletic Opportunities
- All Day Pre-K for 3 and 4 Year Olds
- Montessori Approach to Faith Formation


St. Benedict School is a Catholic School in Toledo serving Springfield, Sylvania, West Toledo and the surrounding areas. We embrace excellence in education and a firm belief in the uniqueness of the individual.

Inspired by the traditions of our catholic faith, family spirit, and academic excellence, we are committed to meeting the spiritual, academic, physical, and social needs of individual students. We strive to develop within our students the skills and values needed to become successful, morally conscious members of society.

Visit, Observe and Shadow

At St. Benedict, we are more than a school, we are a family. We are committed to helping our students grow and learn in a partnership with our parents.

We provide a safe and nurturing environment where students can achieve their greatest potential. Above all, our school is built on a foundation of Catholic values of Love and Respect.

We always extend a warm invitation to you to tour our school, observe in our classrooms and visit with our teachers.

If you are interested in more information about enrolling your child at St. Benedict Catholic School, please complete our Online Inquiry Form and a member of our staff will contact you.
We also invite parents to set up a tour or to observe in our classrooms to get a first-hand look at our classrooms, teachers and lessons. We also welcome students in 4th-8th grade to spend a shadow day with a student ambassador.
We invite you to attend our Open House for the chance to meet teachers, visit classrooms and talk to current parents and students. Our next open house is February 23, 2020 from 11:30 am – 1:30 pm.
After visiting our school, we invite you to being the application process to enroll your child. Open Enrollment will begin on February 23, 2020 and we advise families to enroll early to avoid wait lists.

Frequently asked questions


Private schools are funded and supported through tuition, fund-raising, endowment and grants. Each school is responsible for the total cost of education. Therefore, each family who chooses Catholic education should consider the payment of tuition a responsibility and a priority.

Tuition is determined each year by the St. Benedict Catholic School Board of Trustees based on the projected per pupil cost and the amount of financial support from both Our Lady of Lourdes and Little Flower parishes. To be eligible for sponsorship from the parishes, families must be registered and make a commitment to worship regularly with the parish community and to contribute time, talent and treasure in support of the life of the parish. Families who are not registered members of either parish will be charged a tuition rate that is more closely aligned with the full per pupil cost. Each parish determines its policies for financial assistance. Parents should contact the school principal for information related to other resources of assistance.

How much is tuition?

2020-2021 K-8 Tuition
Please visit our Open House on February 23, 11:30 am – 1:30 pm for our 2020-2021 tuition information.

Several scholarship options are available for students attending St. Benedict Catholic School.  All families must complete a K-8 Tuition Scholarship/Financial Aid Application form for each student.

There is also a $100 Non-Refundable Registration Fee of $100 per family due at the time of registration or the registration will be considered incomplete.

Do you offer scholarships?

Yes. We offer two  scholarships to assist families:

Parish Member Scholarship ($2,550 award per student):
By applying for this scholarship parents are indicating that the parent(s)/guardian is registered as member(s) of Little Flower or Our Lady of Lourdes Parish and are active in the life of the parish including participating in weekend Mass, participating in various school and parish events.             
Community Member Scholarship ($1,300 award per student):
By applying for this scholarship parents are indicating that their family is not registered as members of Little Flower or Our Lady of Lourdes Parish, but are active in the life of the school community, including attending and assisting at school events as much as possible.        

Are there additional options for financial aid?

Additional St. Benedict School Scholarships and Financial Aid available include: 

St. Benedict Catholic School Needs-Based  Financial Aid – See the Tuition Management handout for a complete list and application information.

Additional scholarships beyond the St. Benedict School community:  Families may also be eligible for the EdChoice, Northwest Ohio, and others.

How much is preschool tuition?

Preschool Tuition

Full-Day –  8:00am  to  2:15pm (Available for 3 and 4 year olds) $4800
Half Day –  8:00am  to  11:00am (Available for 3 year olds only) $3400

Parish Member Preschool Scholarship  ($1250/full day; $500/ half day)

How are tuition payments made?

Payment options are described in the registration packet. Currently there are two methods of payment:

• Prepaid – Payment made at the time of registration
• FACTS Management Service – a monthly electronic deduction from your bank account


St. Benedict Catholic School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the schools. They do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, in administration of educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and in the hiring of school personnel.