Tuition and Fees (2021-22)
Day student tuition for residents of non-sending towns: $16,500
Boarding student tuition and fees:Application Fee: $50 for boarding students, this one-time, nonrefundable fee should accompany the application.Academic Tuition: $16,500 per yearBoarding Fee: $33,500 per yearThis fee includes housing, meals, book rental, and most regular school activities.International Student Fee: $2,500 per yearESOL Fee: $3,000 per semester at 3 classes per week or $5,700 per semester at 6 classes per week. (Our English Fluency Test determines the need for ESOL courses.)Enrollment Deposit: 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.Student Health Insurance at School Cost: $2,200 per yearThis is required for students who do not have health or accident insurance that is valid in the United States.Damage Deposit: $500Student Incidental Spending Deposit: $2,000The cost of items such as transportation, damage to school property or housing facilities, and lost books, which are not covered by tuition, 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 after graduation upon request.
Information about and applications for financial aid for day students from non-sending towns are available from Christie Snow, Admissions Officer at email@example.com, or call Michael S. Foster at his summer cell (508) 904-4091.
Boarding applicants can click this link to apply for financial aid. For more information, contact Michael Foster, Director of Admissions, at his summer cell (508) 904-4091 or firstname.lastname@example.org.