A private school education can be affordable. For most families, investing in an independent school education requires careful financial planning. As you will learn through the admissions process, families find great value in the Seven Peaks educational experience and the way in which we prepare our students for high school and beyond.
We seek to admit talented and motivated students, regardless of family resources. And we believe economic diversity enriches the educational opportunities for all our families. Therefore, families who feel the full tuition cost is out of their reach should not hesitate to visit or apply to our school. We are here to help you determine the best options for your family with this very important educational investment.
Seven Peaks School is able to offer financial aid for the academic year based on the recommendation of the School and Student Services for Financial Aid (SSS) and the number of children in your family attending Seven Peaks School or other tuition-charging institutions. Financial aid enables Seven Peaks to make the school experience available to the greatest possible number of students. All financial aid awards are need-based. By determining a family’s ability to pay, a reduction in tuition can be made to most families who qualify. This reduction is based in part on an analysis provided by School and Student Services for Financial Aid (SSS). This analysis takes into account many factors, including the family’s income, expenses, assets, and liabilities.
All applicants who have submitted the necessary forms by March 1st will be reviewed, and the review process is done in the strictest confidence. Our financial aid funds don’t allow us to meet the full needs of all those who apply, yet we do our best to make a Seven Peaks School education affordable for as many families as possible. Financial Aid is available for all grades.
Admissibility to SPS is determined separately from financial aid considerations. Admissions decisions are made in March. Financial aid awards will be issued after admissions decisions. An offer of enrollment is non-binding if the financial aid award is insufficient to allow your child to attend SPS. If you are interested in applying for financial aid, you can access the SSS site. The school code for Seven Peaks School is 4113.