Bishop Fenwick High School
Bishop Fenwick is a vibrant Catholic community of faith, learning, and service at the heart of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati.
- Top Ranked OH School
- Grades: 9-12
- Enrollment: 491 students
- Yearly Tuition: $12,400
- Average class size: 18 students
- Application Deadline: Dec. 1 / rolling
- Source: Verified school update
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% Students of Color
State avg.: 22%
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Student : Teacher Ratio
National avg.: 13:1
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Tuition and Acceptance Rate
Dec. 1 / rolling
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Source: Verified school update
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Bishop Fenwick has a high academic standard with three levels of curriculum to meet the needs of most students. The block scheduling enhances the learning experience and prepares students for college. Bishop Fenwick is a co-ed school on a 66 acre campus which offers many athletic and club choices. As a Catholic high school Bishop Fenwick follows the four talons of faith, integrity, service and compassion.
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