Tuition & Financial Aid
Jr. Kindergarten (full-day program) – $15,870
Sr. Kindergarten-Grade 5 – $18,380
Grades 6-12 – $19,490
Additional fees include lunch, books, technology fees, activity fees, field trips and after school program.
Tuition & Fees 2014-2015
Because Park Tudor is a private school, we must charge tuition to cover our operating expenses. But tuition alone does not cover the cost of a Park Tudor education; it represents only about 70% of the school's operating budget income. Each year, a draw from our endowment and generous donations to the school's Annual Fund contributes significantly toward each student's education.
In 2013-14, Park Tudor awarded more than $3 million in financial aid and merit awards to 33% of our student population. The average amount of a financial aid award was $9,000.
Many families would like to provide their children with a private school education but assume they cannot afford it. Many financial aid options, including payment plans, need-based financial aid and merit scholarships, are available to help families cover the cost of tuition.
Awards are granted to families from a variety of financial backgrounds, including those who may have a high level of demonstrated need and those who may require only minimal financial assistance.
Asking about financial aid options will not hurt your child’s chances of admission to Park Tudor. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to explore your options. Park Tudor School follows the NAIS Principles of Good Practice for Financial Aid Administration.
Applying for Financial Aid
Park Tudor School Code: 5683
To apply for financial aid, complete a Parents' Financial Statement (PFS) form and submit all additional documents to Park Tudor. The school code for Park Tudor is 5683. To receive full consideration for financial aid, you must apply by December 31, 2013. (Current PT families must apply by January 15, 2014.) Please contact the financial aid office if you are unable to meet this deadline.
Submit a Financial Aid Application:
On or after November 8, 2013, complete the PFS form online.
Create a PFS Online account.
Submit and pay for the the PFS ($39) by December 31, 2013. This fee is nonrefundable.
On or after November 8, 2013, complete the PFS form online.
Log in using your email and password from the prior year. If you have forgotten your password, click "Forgot my password."
Submit and pay for the the PFS ($39) by January 15, 2014. This fee is nonrefundable.
Additional Documents Required by Park Tudor:
Park Tudor requires that you submit to SSS, online or by mail, the following documents in addition to your completed PFS:
2012 IRS 1040 and related schedules, all 2012 W-2s and IRS Form 4506-T by December 31, 2013.
2013 IRS 1040 and related schedules and all 2013 W-2s by April 15, 2014.
2013 IRS 1040 and related schedules, all 2013 W-2s and IRS Form 4506-T by April 15, 2014.
Please note that upon completion of your PFS, you may receive a notice that documents required for processing your PFS are missing. Be assured that if you have entered the appropriate school code and completed the payment and submission process, then your PFS has been sent to Park Tudor for review. You will continue to receive this reminder until all required documents are uploaded to your PFS in accordance with the deadlines listed above.
Helpful Hints for Applying for Financial Aid
» You only have to complete one PFS even if you have several children applying for aid at Park Tudor or other schools that use the PFS form for financial aid. Park Tudor's school code is 5683.
» Fill in dollar amounts only on the PFS and be sure to complete each section fully.
» Use good-faith estimates for items where you may not know the exact number. Do not wait for your tax return to be complete before submitting your PFS. You may use your prior year tax information as a guideline, but give consideration to any changes in income that may have occurred during the year.
» IRS Form 4506-T may be obtained directly from the IRS website. Please complete sections 1-4 and sign the bottom.
» In the case of parents who are separated or divorced, Park Tudor requires that both custodial and non-custodial households complete a PFS.
» Awards are communicated with the acceptance packet for new students. Financial aid awards are not determined until a student is accepted to Park Tudor. For returning students, tentative awards are communicated in mid-March.
» Call SSS Customer Service at (800) 344-8328 with any questions related to completing your PFS. (M-F: 9 a.m.-8 p.m. EST, Sat: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. EST)
Park Tudor awards more than 100 students in grades 9-12 more than $700,000 in academic scholarship funds. The sizes of the scholarships range from $500 to full tuition, with an average award of approximately $6,000. There is no separate application required for consideration. Many students earning scholarships also receive need-based financial aid.
Freshman Honor Scholarships – Each year Park Tudor awards a limited number of scholarships to students entering 9th grade who demonstrate outstanding academic performance. This scholarship covers 50 percent of a student’s tuition costs.
Park Tudor Honor Scholarships – Students entering the Upper School will be considered for this scholarship.
Appleseed Academic Honor Awards – A limited number of scholarships are awarded annually to new students entering grades 6-12 to enhance the overall diversity of Park Tudor. The recipients of this award have up to 100% of their demonstrated financial need met and receive an additional stipend equal to 10% of their tuition, to be used toward other school-related fees.
Named Scholarships– A number of scholarships have been established to recognize Park Tudor students who demonstrate excellent scholarship and make outstanding contributions to the school in academics, citizenship and extracurricular activities. These scholarships range from $500 to full tuition. Many are renewable.