Current Student Registration for the 2019 - 2020 School Year
Registration forms and information for the 2019 - 2020 school year were distributed to students on February 5th and 6th during their English classes. All forms, along with both the Registration and Technology Fees are due February 20th and 21st during Theology classes. The information and forms are below for your reference.
Financial assistance is awarded based upon financial need. For consideration, families must apply online to both Step Up for Students and FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment. Applications for financial aid should be filled out prior to March 15, 2019 for priority consideration.
Bishop Verot Catholic High School makes use of FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment to help us evaluate requests for financial aid. Families must file online at
Step Up For Students provides K-12 scholarships for qualifying school children. Students who qualify may receive more than $5,000 for private school tuition. Please click here to learn more and to apply. If you are a new family interested in the income-based scholarship for the 2019-2020 school year, please sign up for the interest list to receive updates on when to apply (late winter/early spring).
Please contact Mrs. Kathleen Houghton, Finance Director at Bishop Verot, for additional information (239) 274-6703.
The Re-Registration dates are February 20th and 21st.
Students will need to have all re-registration documentation filled out and parent-signed along with registration and technology fees at this time.
*Special Notice regarding 2019 - 2020 registration fee and FACTS
The Re-registration fee will be $600 per student; however, we are offering an early registration incentive rate of $500 per student for all students who re-register by March 1st. This $500 re-registration fee will be automatically withdrawn from your FACTS account on March 1st. If you would like to make other arrangements, please contact Kathleen Houghton, Director of Finance at Kathleen.Houghton@bvhs.org
Online Course Policy
While we do have an agreement with Florida Virtual School and allow students to take courses online, this is typically only permitted if a student wishes to take a course we do not offer at Verot, or the student is repeating a class for Grade Forgiveness (which can only be done if the student earned a D or F in a class). Please keep this policy in mind and help support us with this when you are having discussions with your child about their course requests.
Note: If students are planning on taking courses off campus through any other program, including at a college, these must be pre-approved with Guidance beforehand or they will not be added to the student's transcript.
Summer Reading Assignments