AN INVESTMENT FOR NOW + THE FUTURE
TUITION + FINANCIAL AID
SAFE, Joyful + Succesful LIFE
Block 1 – Value of the Woodlawn education … safe and joyful, superior preparation for a successful college acceptance and a fulfilling life.
RETURN ON INVESTMENT
Your investment in tuition at Woodlawn School returns in multiple ways.
+ Your child is safe, happy and able to reach their full potential.
+ First choice college acceptance is virtually assured and the likelihood of merit based scholarships is greatly increased.
Woodlawn is an investment that will pay off over a lifetime … both yours and your childs.
BLOCK 4 - COMPARISON TO OTHER SCHOOLS
WHERE WE STAND
Woodlawn’s tuition is on par with other top-tier private schools in the region.
Woodlawn is more expensive then some smaller local private schools but the cost is offset by greater value
NEED BASED TUITION
Socio-economic diversity is an important part of Woodlawn’s curriculum and values.
We invest over 17% of our annual revenue to support socio-economic diversity and we actively seek philanthropic support to help keep the cost of a Woodlawn education within reach. With the exception of our Pre-K program, Woodlawn offers need-based tuition assistance to help qualified families better afford the cost of tuition.
This means tuitions that range from:
- Grades K – 8, $9,640 to $19,280
- Grades 9 – 12, $10,445 to $20,890
- Our Pre-K tuition is $15,600
To determine the level of tuition as assistance, we use a confidential, secure process administered by the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) through their School and Student Services program. Families identify sources of income and expenses, they are asked to suggest the amount they feel they can afford to contribute to tuition, and to provide any contextual information that might be relevant to the process.
The NAIS School and Students Services program prepares an analysis and recommendation of demonstrated need which is shared confidentially with the Head of School and Director of Admissions. Woodlawn’s policy is to meet demonstrated need or 50% of tuition, whichever is less, within the constraints of the school’s budget. This year, (X%) of students receive grants averaging ($$) per student.
To learn more about need-based tuition assistance, please contact Kari McCormick, Director of Admissions and Financial Aid: [email protected].