FAQs

1. What does tuition cost at Bishop McHugh?
Depending on the program, a child's tuition ranges from $1,320 to slightly over $5,000 (annually).

2. Is transportation provided? 
Yes, transportation is available to K-8 students. Please complete the bus form which you can access here.

3. What are the school's hours?
A full day of school is from 7:55 a.m. - 2:25/2:30 p.m. for K-8, and from 7:55 a.m. - 2:15 p.m. for our PreK2, PreK3, and PreK4. 

4. Do you have extended hours for parents that work?  
Yes, we offer Aftercare from 2:30-5:30 p.m. Aftercare is open to all. Our Aftercare rates are available by contacting the Financial Office at 624-1900, option 4.

5. What extra-curricular activities are offered at Bishop McHugh?  
Extra-curricular activities include Soccer, Cross Country, Basketball, Baseball, Cheerleading, Team Mercy, Yearbook, Lego, Theatre, and Chess, among others. Additionally, we offer a STREAM camp for two weeks in the summer. Our 2017 camp featured STREAM through the lens of Art, Horticulture, and Robotics.  

6. What sets Bishop McHugh apart?  
Ice Cream Social • Family Fun Night • Laps for Learning • Dare to Dash/ 5K Run • Halloween Tailgate • Various School Plays • 6th through 8th Grade Dances • All School Christmas Party • Breakfast with Santa • Christmas Show • Pep Rallies • Ongoing Community Outreach Programs: Food Drives, Team Mercy outreach activities, etc. • Catholic Schools Week • Monthly Liturgies • Polar Bear Walk for Autism • Dr. Seuss Day • STREAM Fair • School Musical/ High Quality Theatre Production in the Spring (grades 5-8) • Casino Night • Golf Outing • May Procession • Field Day • Strong Active PATH Organization (Parents, Administrators, Teachers working in Harmony) • Grant Team • School Safety Team • Father Daughter Dance • "Fruit of the Spirit" awards (presented monthly) • Numerous community service opportunities • Smart Boards & SMART projectors in all classrooms  Various (innovative) curricular initiatives Student highlights posted daily on Facebook Scholarships & awards presented to 8th graders at graduation