Tuition and Financial Aid

When determining your household income, please remember the following: if two parents live together in the home, even if one parent is a step-parent, the combined income must be submitted. If biological parents are not in the same household (but they share care of the child) both incomes must be reported. If parents are divorced, any child support or alimony must be reported and if a parent does not file, an IRS Verification of Non-filing Letter (4506-T) will be required during enrollment.

Monthly Tuition Scale

Household Income Total Number of Dependents
1 2 3 4+
Under $30,000 $40 $30 $20 $20
$30,000–$34,999 $50 $40 $30 $20
$35,000–$39,999 $60 $50 $40 $30
$40,000–$44,999 $80 $60 $50 $40
$45,000–$49,999 $100 $80 $60 $50
$50,000–$59,999 $120 $90 $70 $60
$60,000–$69,999 $150 $120 $80 $70
$70,000–$79,999 $200 $150 $120 $80
$80,000-$89,999 $300 $200 $150 $100
$90,000-$99,999 $450 $350 $250 $150
$100,000-$119,999 $600 $500 $400 $300
$120,000-139,999 $700 $600 $500 $400
$140,000-$169,999 $1000 $900 $700 $600
$170,000+ $1500 $1500 $1200 $1000

* Please note these figures are subject to change. Tuition is due on the first of each month.

HOUSEHOLD INCOME: Household income is based on a family’s adjusted gross income and verified by their most recent year’s 1040 tax filings.

FULL TUITION: Full tuition for families not seeking financial aid is $18,000 per year.

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