is the range of our financial aid awards.
is the total financial aid budget for SCH Academy.
applications are considered without regard to financial status.
Tuition & Financial Aid
What makes an sch education?
Understanding that an SCH Academy education is a significant investment in a student's future, SCH is committed to building an inclusive community from a wide range of backgrounds independent from their financial means.
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|2023/2024||AGE / LEVEL||tuition|
|Early Childhood||18 Months - 4 Years||See Rates|
|Pre-Kindergarten||4 - 5 Years||$26,975|
|Kindergarten||5 - 6 Years||$30,250|
|Lower School||Grades 1 - 4||$34,700|
|Middle School||Grades 5 - 8||$41,450|
|Upper School||Grades 9 - 12||$46,100|
This SCH family is applying for aid for Pre-K, 3rd grade, and 4th grade. One parent is employed as a business executive and earns $213,000; the other is a stay-at-home parent.
2023-24 tuition for Pre-K: $26,975
2023-24 tuition for grade 3: $34,700
2023-24 tuition for grade 4: $34,700
Estimated financial aid grant: $69,375
Family Contribution: $27,000
This SCH family is applying for 5th grade. The single parent is a graphic designer and earns $72,000. Their grandparent is able to contribute $3,000 towards the 5th grader's education.
2023-24 tuition for grade 5: $41,500
Estimated financial aid grant: $36,500
Family Contribution: $5,000
This SCH family is applying for aid for 9th grade and 11th grade. The parents are divorced. One parent is a regional manager for a local pharmaceutical company and earns $240,000. The other parent works as a college administrator and earns $116,000. The parents have shared custody.
2023-24 tuition for grade 9: $46,100
2023-24 tuition for grade 11: $46,100
Estimated financial aid grant: $28,200
Family Contribution: $64,000
The SCH Financial Aid Committee carefully evaluates every family's financial aid application in accordance with school policy set forth by the Board of Trustees. The examples above are generalized, with the purpose of being a guide for prospective parents to better understand the possibilities of affording a SCH education.