Student working in class2023-2024 School Year


Freshman: $14,665
Sophomore: $14,920
Junior: $15,170
Senior: $15,425

Room & Board

Five Day Residential: $7,440

Other fees include approximately $1,290 for registration, technology, health and wellness, etc. There are additional fees applicable to students depending upon their grade and status (e.g., graduation, meal charge, seven day residential, etc.).

Books and supplies vary based upon a student’s grade.

Payment Plans

Annual – Payment in full no later than July 5th, 2023
Semester – Two equal payments: July 2023 and January 2024
Quarterly – Four payments: July 2023, October 2023, January 2024, April 2024
Monthly (Option 1) – 12 Monthly payments beginning May 2023 through April 2024
Monthly (Option 2) – 10 Monthly payments beginning July 2023 through April 2024

Payment options may vary depending upon the status of the student (e.g., International students and transferring students).

Financial Aid


The bell tower south of the schoolAn investment in Mount Michael Benedictine School results in a tremendous head start on a college education. The Mount Michael curriculum prepares our graduates for success at top universities and colleges. Eighty-four percent of students earn college credits while still in high school. The average ACT score for 2021 was 28.9. This raises the Mount Michael 5-year average ACT score to 29.2. A Mount Michael education ensures an advantage in a college education.

An investment in Mount Michael also results in savings on college tuition by way of generous scholarship awards. The 58 members of the Class of 2021 were offered scholarship packages totaling more than $10.4 million, with 45% of the class receiving 4-year full tuition college scholarships. College tuition savings are also realized through Advanced Placement Courses.


Mount Michael Benedictine School seeks to serve a diverse and talented student body. To achieve that end, Mount Michael Benedictine is committed to providing payment plans and financial assistance to qualified students whose families cannot afford the school’s full charges. Mount Michael Benedictine has multiple options for payment plans depending on the particular situation. For equitable determination of financial assistance, we use a third party to weigh and balance individual family needs with our available aid funds. Prospective Mount Michael families cannot apply for financial aid until after their son has been accepted to the School. Financial aid applications will be available upon request after that point.

The monks of Mount Michael Benedictine Abbey are the sole operators of Mount Michael Benedictine School. The School operates independently of the Omaha Archdiocese, other Benedictine communities, and the public education system. The total cost to Mount Michael Benedictine School of educating each student is more than the tuition charged. Other revenue sources such as endowment interest, donations, and auxiliary enterprises help subsidize all students, including those who do not receive financial aid.

Scholarships / Financial Aid Opportunities

Need-Based Grants

In order to be eligible for financial assistance, a family must complete a financial aid application and supply a copy of their latest Federal Income Tax Return along with their son’s application for admission. These forms will be reviewed by the Financial Aid Committee, which uses practices approved by national organizations to determine the amount of aid for which a family is qualified.

To discuss enrollment in Mount Michael Benedictine, or inquire about payment plan options or financial assistance, please contact Fr. Louis Sojka, O.S.B. in the Business Office at (402) 253-0980 or e-mail:


Mount Michael Benedictine School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origins to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at Mount Michael Benedictine School.  It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan program, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

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