Financial Aid Statement
Concord Hill School offers financial aid to encourage and promote socio-economic diversity within our student body.
The Board of Trustees has established funds to aid those families who need financial assistance in order to meet tuition costs. All financial aid awards are need-based as determined by the School and Student Services and must be applied for annually. When awarding financial aid, we give priority to students who are currently enrolled. Families who have a change in financial circumstances during the school year may also apply for financial aid. The Financial Aid committee will review the new information and decisions will be based on family need and the school’s remaining resources.
Families who apply for financial aid are expected to be committed to their children’s education and be willing to make the necessary adjustments in the use of their discretionary resources. Concord Hill School’s policy is to offer partial awards only.
We expect all families—whether or not they receive financial aid—to fully participate in the life of the school, including fundraising and community-building events to the best of their ability.
Applications for admission and financial aid are independent of one another and are considered without regard to race, religion, nationality, or ethnic origin.
Applying for Financial Aid
All financial aid awards are need-based as determined by the School and Student Services (SSS).
- Complete the Parents Financial Statement (PFS) and submit it to SSS no later than January 31.
- Submit a copy of your Federal Income Tax Return to the Admissions Office by March 1.
- You’ll be notified of your financial aid award by a letter from the Financial Aid committee.
- For returning students, your re-enrollment contract will not be mailed in February with all others—instead you’ll receive a notification letter stating that your re-enrollment contract is forthcoming. Once the financial aid award has been determined, we’ll mail your re-enrollment contract.