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Tuition, Aid & Affordability

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Investing in your child’s educational foundation
Research shows that quality early childhood education plays a critical role in developing a strong foundation for your child’s educational future. At Brookwood, you know exactly what your investment promises to return: an academically rigorous education that nurtures and challenges kids to become their best selves. Our balanced educational approach, that develops students' cognitive, social emotional and physical skills - supported by research to be the best way for students to thrive - prepares them for any challenge that comes their way.

On December 8, 2018, Brookwood's Board of Trustees unanimously approved our new strategic plan. The enthusiasm in the room was a direct reflection of the input from our community over the course of the last two years. The plan, "Deep Roots, Bright Future," has four core themes: innovative program, exceptional faculty, inclusive community and affordability. The theme of affordability reflects Brookwood's commitment to ensuring that a broad range of families can afford a Brookwood education now and into the future. To take meaningful action toward this goal, the Board of Trustees voted that there will be no increase in tuition for any grade level in 2019-20.

2019-20 Tuition:
Pre-Kindergarten $14,560
Pre-K Extended Day (12:30 - 3:00 p.m.) $2,000
Kindergarten - Grade 3 $29,340
Grades 4 - 5 $31,230
Grades 6 - 8 $36,500

What does tuition cover?
Tuition fully covers all mandatory costs including lunch, daily snacks, yearbook, class picture, literary magazine, athletics, field trips, overnight trips, books and supplies at all grade levels.  Optional fees such as Learning Skills, after-school care, after-school classes and transportation are billed on a monthly basis. 

Families have three options to pay tuition:
One-payment option: 100% of remaining tuition (after enrollment deposit) due July 1.
Two-payment option: 60% of remaining tuition (after enrollment deposit) due July 1, with remaining balance due December 1.
Ten-payment option: Monthly payment plan with payments due from May through February.

Brookwood understands that families may need additional flexibility. Through various payment options and significant commitment to need-based financial aid, Brookwood makes every effort to work with families on coordinating payment schedules that align effectively with individual circumstances.

Financial Aid
A Brookwood education is a significant investment in your child’s future and we are committed to supporting this choice by offering payment plans that meet their family’s needs and through our financial aid program. For the 2018-19 academic year, Brookwood awarded more than $2.7 million in financial aid to approximately 38% of our student body. These need-based grants ranged from 10%-95% of Brookwood’s tuition. Brookwood’s financial aid program is available by application to students in Kindergarten through Grade 8. While Brookwood typically receives more requests for aid than the school can support each year, we encourage all interested families to explore the value of a Brookwood education.

Financial Aid Process
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