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Thank you for your interest in Bishop LeBlond High School! If your family would like to see first-hand what Bishop LeBlond has to offer, please consider the following opportunities:
Student Events and Visiting Opportunities
Open House Event -- Bishop LeBlond hosts an Open House event each year to provide area 8th graders and their parents a close-up look at our school and our academic, athletic and extra-curricular programs. No advance registration is necessary. This year's Open House will be from 1 to 3 on Sunday, September 24. Any interested parent seeking more specific information regarding the next Open House Event should call the school at 816.279.1629 and ask for the Advancement Director.
"Shadow" Day -- Bishop LeBlond encourages any prospective student who is interested in learning more about our school to spend a day shadowing an LB student. The student will go through a daily schedule of classes and be able to interact with LB students, faculty and staff. Any interested parent should call the school at 816.279.1629 and ask for the Advancement Director.
Tours -- Parents and prospective students are always welcome to tour Bishop LeBlond. Visitors are encouraged to arrange a time when school is in session to gain a more complete picture of daily life at LeBlond. For more information or to have a student(s) name entered on the mailing list, call the school at 816.279.1629 and ask for the Advancement Director.
Initial Registration for LB Class of 2022: Wednesday, February 7, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the Fisher Family Commons at Bishop LeBlond High School.
Transfer Students: Bishop LeBlond High School will accept students in good standing from other high schools. In order to be considered for transfer, all academic, disciplinary and attendance records, as well as standardized tests results, must be provided to Bishop LeBlond prior to acceptance. Please contact Kerry Shepherd at 816.279.1629, ext. 116 or firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain further information, including a registration packet.
Incoming Freshmen, as well as transfer students, may continue to register throughout the spring and summer. Please note, however, that any high school student who wishes to participate in LB summer athletic camps and practices must be registered.
Final Registration for all Students -- 2017-18 August 10, from 3:00 to 5:30 p.m. in the Fisher Family Commons and Grace Gymnasium at Bishop LeBlond High School.
--Juniors and Seniors from 3:00 to 4:30 p.m.
--Freshman and Sophomores from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Tuition for the 2017-18 school year is $5,900 for a student whose family is supporting a Catholic parish and $6,200 for a student whose family does not belong to a Catholic parish. (Discounts are available for the second and third child from the same family). Tuition is payable either monthly, quarterly or annually.
Bishop LeBlond High School provides a variety of scholarships and tuition assistance to help families afford a Catholic education. Scholarship and tuition assistance applications are made available each year in early February. The school also hosts an information session where parents can learn more about the application process and exactly what assistance is available. The Financial Applications are in the main office and are due by February 24, 2017.
In addition to the numerous family and organizational scholarships available, the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph offers the Honoring Family Scholarship, which provides a scholarship to each family who will have more than one student enrolled in Catholic K-12 education. An application is required in order to obtain the Honoring Family Scholarship.
Applications for tuition assistance are processed through a national company, Smart Tuition. These applications require information from your 2016 tax return and must be submitted before February 24, 2017 for the 2017-18 school year.
The administration of Bishop LeBlond High School will not allow finances to prevent a family from enrolling their child at Bishop LeBlond. Every effort is made to provide students with the opportunity to attend. The administration will also work with families whose financial circumstances change during the course of the school year.