• Boarding Tuition & Fees

    Welcome to the GSA Boarding Program's tuition and financial resources information page! We know an investment in George Stevens Academy represents a significant investment in your child's education. If you have questions about the tuition information on this page, please contact the Boarding Admissions Office.

     

    Tuition & Fees 2021-2022

    Tuition Fees

    Boarding Fee: $33,500
    Academic Tuition: $16,500

     

    *An enrollment deposit and due date will be outlined in each new student's individual contract. Returning students will receive their re-enrollment contracts with instructions in mid-February.

     

    International Student Fees

    International Student Fee: $2,500
    International Student Administration Fee is charged annually to all international students and is payable upon acceptance.

     

    Student Incidental Spending Deposit

    Incidental Spending Deposit: $2,500
    Includes items such as independent travel, off-campus activities such as ski trips, damage to school property or housing facilities, and items such as lost books. Items and activities such as these are not covered by tuition and will be deducted from this deposit and itemized on an invoice. Unused funds will be carried over to the student’s account for the next year. Any remaining balance will be refunded.

     

    Health Insurance

    Student Health Insurance: $2,300 per year at school cost
    This is required for students who do not have health or accident insurance that is valid in the United States.

     

    Financial Aid

    Boarding applicants can click this link to apply for financial aid. For more information, contact our Boarding Admissions Office.

     

    Our Admissions Policy

    Admission decisions are made at George Stevens Academy without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, citizenship, sex, sexual orientation, gender, or creed. GSA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, citizenship, sex, sexual orientation, gender or creed in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, financial assistance, programs, athletic programs, opportunities, or any other Academy policy or program.