Through our financial aid program, we strive to ensure that the acceptance of a student into our school does not solely depend on the financial resources of the family.
If your family is unable to meet our tuition levels, we invite you to complete a financial aid application. Our financial aid program embodies the school's commitment to enter into a relationship with members of our community.
Step 1 | Indicate Interest
As you complete your child's application for admission, select Yes at the Applying for Financial Aid prompt.
Step 2 | Submit Forms
Submit all required financial aid forms to SSS (School and Student Services) by the deadline for priority consideration. Our school code is 3878.
A $51 fee is required to complete your SSS application.
Step 3 | Receive Award
We send financial aid awards, together with our admission decision, to admitted families.
Step 4 | Accept Award
Accept your financial aid award. The deadline for this step is two weeks after you receive your financial aid award, unless otherwise noted.
We use SSS (School and Student Services), as recommended by the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS). All parents — including unmarried, divorced or separated, or stepparents — must submit all of the required financial aid application documents to be considered for financial aid.
We use the Report of Financial Contribution (RFC) as a guide to making an award determination. If the RFC determines that a family needs more financial aid than we are able to provide, we offer the most generous aid possible and ask the family to explore additional options.
All offers of financial aid are awarded on an annual basis. Application must be made each year, and the offer is calculated using the most recent financial data. The student must remain in good social and academic standing. Parents must be up-to-date with their school account to be considered for financial aid in a subsequent year.
Applications now accepted on a rolling basis.