Boarding or Homestay Program (2019-20): $45,000
Application Fee for International Students: $75
The above fees include tuition, room and board, English language support (ESL) if needed, activity fee, text books, sports participation, health insurance, transportation to and from Bangor International Airport, and transportation for most weekend activities.
Students will be responsible for personal expenses, AP exam fees and school trips on weekends and during vacations.
Note that beginning in 2019-20, students electing the Homestay Program pay an additional fee of $3,000, or $1,500 per semester, to cover the program’s administrative costs. Homestay students are provided breakfast, dinner, and weekend meals in their homestay. Lunch on campus is provided, and they are also allowed to take meals on campus if they arrive early or stay late.
An enrollment deposit of $3,500 is required to accompany the enrollment contract once the student has been accepted. This deposit is nonrefundable, and is applied against the boarding tuition. Payment of the enrollment deposit may be made by credit card.
The annual fee may be paid in two installments. The first half is due on August 1. The balance is due on December 15.
Wire transfer is the preferred method of payment and is generally more economical. If the boarding tuition is paid by credit card, a convenience fee will be charged by John Bapst. The school charges no additional fee for payment by wire transfer.
Tuition and Fee Payment for International Students
The application fee and tuition deposit may be paid by credit card, by wire transfer, or by check drawn on a US bank.
The emergency fund deposit and the balance of the tuition may be paid by wire transfer or by check drawn on a US bank.
To pay with a credit card, download the credit card authorization form.
Wire transfer information will be provided on the invoices sent by John Bapst.
For help or questions regarding wire transfers or other financial transactions, please contact William Meier, Director of Finance, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Payment Due Dates
The application fee is due with the student’s initial application.
The tuition deposit is due at the time the student’s application package and enrollment contract are submitted to John Bapst.
The emergency fund deposit is due on August 1.
The balance of the tuition may be paid in two equal installments on August 1 and December 15.