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Tuition & 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.

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

We are committed to ensuring that a broad range of families can afford a Brookwood education now and into the future. We understand that families may need additional flexibility. Brookwood makes every effort to work with families by offering various payment options that align with their individual circumstances.

 

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. Returning families have a twelve-month payment option with payments due from March through February.

529 Plan Use for K-12 Independent School Tuition

In 2018, 529 Plan legislation was amended to allow families to withdraw up to $10,000 per student per year to pay for K-12 tuition. We advise families to consult with a financial adviser prior to taking advantage of this option.

IRS Gift Tax Exclusions

In 2019, family members and friends can make an annual tax free gift up to $15,000 to as many individuals as they would like, which can be used to pay tuition. The maximum annual exclusion is subject to change each year, therefore we suggest that you refer to the IRS’ website for the most up-to-date information. We advise families to consult with a financial adviser about developing an annual giving strategy for children and grandchildren before taking advantage of this option.

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