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A Record of Excellence


  • 99% of Bellarmine graduates attend college.
  • Bellarmine has an annual average of 5 National Merit Finalists and 12 Commended Scholars.
  • Bellarmine students are admitted to over 200 colleges and universities nationally and internationally.
  • 1:1 Student to iPad ratio.
  • 692 students in Advanced Placement, Honors or Dual Credit courses.
  • 38 Advanced Placement, Honors or Dual Credit courses offered.
  • 36% of our course offerings are AP, Honors, or Dual Credit.
  •  Average SAT score: 1220

Faculty and Staff

  • 70% of Bellarmine's administration and faculty have master’s degrees and above.
  • The average class size is 22.
  • Four full-time certified counselors who provide college, academic, personal and social-emotional support to students.

Tuition Assistance

  • Bellarmine's endowment fund, which provides ongoing tuition assistance, is over $30 million.
  • Student tuition assistance is $2.6 million.
  • 40% of Bellarmine students receive tuition assistance.
  • The average tuition assistance grant is $6,500.


  • Bellarmine has 43 athletic teams in 18 different sports and 58 coaches.
  • Over 62% of the student body participates in Bellarmine’s athletic program, which is widely regarded as one of the most competitive in the state.
  • We are part of the SPSL 4A division, the highest level of competition in the state.
  • We hold 58 State Titles.


  • 41% percent of our student body are students of color.
  • Our Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Office helps foster a commitment from the Bellarmine community to embrace and celebrate the diversity of the school's family and the broader community by providing opportunities to experience cultural differences.
  • Barbara Henderson B'77 serves as our full-time Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Director.

Music & Drama

  • Our Music awards include National Music Ensemble, All-Northwest and All-State Choir, All-State Orchestra and All-State Concert.
  • Bellarmine’s Drama Department performs two productions annually - a fall play and a spring musical. Our Drama Department has numerous awards for their high quality productions. 


  • Bellarmine Robotics is nationally recognized in the FIRST Robotics program.

  • Students annually collect between 8,000-12,000 pounds of food for the St. Leo's Food Connection.
  • Since 1991, Bellarmine has provided food and gifts for about 50 families a year through the Adopt-A-Family program that serves those who don’t have resources to celebrate Christmas.
  • The entire sophomore class takes six trips to L'Arche Farms a year.
  • Bellarmine students participate in the Keep Em Warm Fed program, Nativity House, and many other local service organizations.
  • Bellarmine students performed over 8,000 hours of community service each school year.
  • Bellarmine students participate in annual service trips during spring break and the summer.

Campus Ministry

  • Approximately 95% of the student body participates annually in a least one of Bellarmine’s religious retreats
  • We offer a variety of retreats for each grade level to deepen student's faith, as well as develop stronger relationships with others.
  • We hold optional weekly Mass or prayer services for students.
  • The Examen is prayed daily, which is a prayerful reflection on the events of the day to detect God's presence and discern his direction for us.


  • Students have the opportunity to start and lead their own clubs.
  • 85% of students participate in at least one club or activity.
  • The Model United Nations program is a nationally recognized, and participates in numerous conferences throughout the year, traveling to cities such as San Francisco, New York, and Vancouver B.C.
  • We have over 40 student led clubs.