Bishop Manogue Catholic High School offers a number of scholarships created and funded by private donations and benefactor memorial gifts. We offer both need-based and merit-based scholarships. The criteria used for each scholarship are specific to each fund. BMCHS does not offer any athletic-based scholarships.
A detailed timeline of enrollment, application, and scholarship deadlines can be found here.
To be considered for financial aid or need-based scholarships follow the process detailed below. However, if you would like to only apply for merit-based scholarships, you may skip Step 1.
Complete the SMART AID Application.
- Applications will be available on November 24.
- This is different from a Tuition Payment Plan.
- Parents will need to have the most recent tax returns prepared in order to complete the SMART AID Application.
- This is the only step you need to complete if you are applying for financial aid from Bishop Manogue Catholic High School.
If you would like to apply for Bishop Manogue Catholic High School Scholarships, merit and need-based, click HERE after you have completed Step 1.
State Funding: Nevada Educational Choice Scholarship Program allows students to receive a scholarship to attend private school, pending family household eligibility. These scholarships are offered from sources outside of Bishop Manogue. You can find additional information here.
Scholarship applications and Smart Aid applications will need to be filled out annually to continue receiving assistance. To remain eligible for financial aid, a student must maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA and remain in good behavioral standings. If at any time during the school year, a student does not meet academic standards or does not adhere to the policies stated in the Bishop Manogue Catholic High School Parent-Student Handbook, Bishop Manogue may refuse or revoke any financial aid awarded.