Tuition & Financial Aid
Remote Instruction Tuition
|Grades 9–12 (Resident)||$39,500|
|Grades 9–12 (Day)||$39,500|
|Kindergarten -Grade 2||$21,500|
|Grades 9–12 (Resident)||$68,900|
|Grades 9–12 (Day)||$43,700|
|Kindergarten -Grade 2||$28,400|
As we explained in our letter of July 13, remote instruction tuition rates for all students, day and boarding, in grades 3-12 will be approximately 10% less than our regular day student rates during the period of remote instruction. All students will experience a program that is closely akin to what they receive on campus. They will follow a similar daily schedule, enjoy a comparable amount of contact time with their teachers, receive an appropriate balance of synchronous and asynchronous instruction, and have access to all of our standard support services.
Remote instruction tuition rates for students in grades PK-2 will be approximately 25% less than our regular day student rates during the period of remote instruction. This larger discount reflects the fact that their remote programming, owing to their developmental distinctions as learners, requires a different measure of attention from the adults supporting their instructional experience at home in order for them to meet their learning goals. Our teachers will partner with these students’ families in highly structured ways, by grade level, in order to ensure that the School’s support for their collaborative efforts is comprehensive, individuated, and superb.
Stevenson is committed to helping make each student's education affordable. We know choosing an independent school is a major financial decision, and that's why we encourage all families who are interested in exploring financial assistance to apply. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
46% of our K–12 students received a grant-in-aid during the academic year
- What is Stevenson's mission regarding financial aid?
- What is the typical grant amount?
- For which grades is financial aid available?
- Does Stevenson offer financial aid to international students?
- What does "aid-blind admission policy" mean?
- Who sees my financial information?
- Do we wait to be offered admission before we apply for financial aid?
- If we qualify for financial aid, does that ensure we will receive a grant?
- Does Stevenson offer academic or athletic scholarships?
- If we are a returning family and received aid last year, can we assume we will receive aid again automatically?
- Is the process different for returning families?
- Does financial aid cover the cost of other fees such as books, transportation, field trips, etc.?
- What if parents are divorced or separated?
- If I have other children applying to or already attending tuition-charging institutions, must I apply for financial aid at those schools too?
- How does Stevenson fund financial aid?