Tuition, Fees & Financial Aid
NEW STUDENTS’ FEE AND PAYMENT SCHEDULE (2012-2013)
An application fee of $75.00 is required with each new application for admission. This fee is non-refundable.
A testing fee of $100.00 is required at the time testing is administered (for applicants of grades 1-5).
A $1,000.00 enrollment fee is required and is non-refundable. This fee holds a place in class for your child. This fee is credited to the year’s tuition. The balance is then divided into eleven payments as indicated below. Also required is a $300.00 New Family Enrollment Fee, which is a one-time charge. A total of $1,300.00 is payable upon acceptance.
We require tuition payments July 1st through May 1st. June is the only month for which tuition is not required. July and August tuition payments must be made prior to the opening of school and these payments are non-refundable.
In June we will send our annual summer mailer containing a school calendar, information concerning the opening of school, Parents' Association materials, immunization and health forms, and other items pertinent to the coming school year. Class assignments and lunch menus are mailed the second week in August.
TUITION ACCORDING TO GRADE (2012-2013)
Preschool, Half-day (A.M. or P.M.)
Yearly tuition: $10,053 less $1,000 enrollment fee.
Monthly, basic payment ……………………………………………………………..$823
Preschool, Full-day through Grade 5
Yearly tuition: $18,182 less $1,000 enrollment fee.
Monthly, basic payment ……………………………………………………………..$1,562
Grades 6 through 8
Yearly tuition: $18,952 less $1,000 enrollment fee.
Monthly, basic payment ………………………………………………………….….$1,632
Each year St. Anne’s Episcopal School strives to provide tuition assistance to new and current families who demonstrate financial need. Any student currently enrolled at St. Anne’s or any candidate for admission is eligible to apply for tuition assistance.
The school partners with School and Student Services (SSS) by NAIS in our financial aid process. SSS processes financial aid applications and makes recommendations to the school. The school’s Financial Aid Committee examines those recommendations and then makes decisions regarding families’ eligibility for assistance. The Committee balances two factors in considering requests for financial aid: each family’s financial need and the school’s ability to grant assistance while remaining within its budget.
In an effort to allocate funds in a timely manner, the Financial Aid Committee has established certain application deadlines and requirements. Applicants for tuition assistance should observe the following guidelines carefully:
1. After November 1, go to the SSS website at sss.nais.org/go/parents. Click on the green “Apply Now” button. If you are using the website for the first time, you will need to click on the green “Create an Account” button.
2. Download the PFS Online Workbook and refer to the on-screen help for guidance along the way. You can log out of the PFS Online at any time and then return later to complete your PFS. In completing your application, you will need to use the St. Anne’s school code: 6311.
3. Once you have paid the non-refundable fee and submitted your PFS, the school will instantly receive your information. Note that you must complete and submit the PFS by January 31.
4. Submit the following materials to the Financial Aid Committee (c/o of the Admissions Office) by January 31: a copy of your most recent tax return and a copy of your current W-2 form(s).
Contact the Admissions Office if you prefer to complete the PFS using a paper form. Paper forms should be mailed to SSS by January 10 in order to allow time for processing. Also, please be aware that the application fee for the paper form is higher than the online application fee.
Families applying to St. Anne’s for the first time will learn of their financial aid status at the time that they are notified of their students’ enrollment status. Current St. Anne’s families will learn of their financial aid status by early March.
Contact the Director of Admissions and Financial Aid if you have any questions regarding the financial aid process.