Student/Faculty Ratio (Total School to full-time faculty):
(Total School to all faculty):
Helena, Montana, USA
1998: Moved to current (Floweree) location
Independent Private School Recognized by the Diocese of Helena (2015) (Administered by a lay board)
Main Building: 18,000 sq. ft.
(14 Classrooms, offices, kitchen, and Gymnasium)
St. Joseph Annex: 960 sq. ft
Site: 3.482 acres
Mass is offered at the school four-five times a school year.
Boys: Khaki pants, blue polo shirts or button
down dress shirts. Navy sweater or St. Andrew sweatshirt.
Girls: Knee length, Woodland plaid jumper or skirt. White collared blouse
or polo shirt or turtleneck.
Khaki walking shorts, optional in May and September,
Yearly Fees (Book/Art/Science/P.E.):
Average Tuition Increase:
First Child from one Family: $4310/yr 4,310/school year ($431 month/10 months (Aug--May)
$3,220/yr ($322 month/10 months (Aug--May)
Third Child: $2,470/yr ($247 month/10 months (Aug--May)
Free of charge
High School (9-12) Additional
$400 surcharge per family
Graduate fee: $50 (Due October 1 of the student's Twelfth Grade year)
$245 ($100 for returning familiies) (applied toward tuition)
$245 if paid by June 15; $275 if paid by
(For 1st Child) $4605 (K-8); $5005 (9-12)
(For 2 children) $7825
(both K-8); $8225 (one or both in 9-12)
5% from 2014-2015.
Scholarships funds are available to aid families
to afford the school.
Families should apply in June for the school year beginning August.
Form available here.
Average Class Size (Actual):
College Admission Rate of Graduates:
Available Student Activities:
Elementary School: 17
Middle School: 16
High School: 10
100% (Based only on those who sought higher education)
Western Catholic Education Association (WCEA)
English, Speech, Algebra, Euclidean Geometry,
Earth Science, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, World
History, Western Civilization, American History,
20th Century History, American Government,
Physical Education, Logic, Fine Arts (Choir, Music
Appreciation, Art, Drama), Latin, Spanish, Religion
Choir, Skiing days, Swimming, Organized Sports
(Soccer through Vigilante League),
Roman Catholic Challenge; Drama
clubs; Elementary drama (Missoula Children's Theatre yearly); service learning; student government.