Tuition & Financial Aid

2018-2019 Tuition

Village School (Grades K-6):

$31,680

Middle School (Grades 7-8):   

$35,500

Upper School (Grades 9-12):

 $37,420

In addition to tuition, there is a one-time new student matriculation fee of $1,500. Other expenses may include transportation, textbooks, global travel, after-school care or co-curricular activities. Students are required to provide their own iPads for our 1:1 technology program in Grades 3-5; their own Mac laptop for Grades 6-8; and to bring a device of their choosing for Grades 9-12. Middle and Upper School students buy their books at a cost of approximately $500-$800. Overnight field trips and outdoor education trips, including the three-week senior expedition, are included in the tuition.

 

Affording a Chadwick School Education

Consistent with our core values, we are committed to providing opportunities for qualified, mission-appropriate students to attend Chadwick School without regard to their families’ financial circumstances. Chadwick has always been dedicated to enrolling a diverse student body that reflects a broad economic, cultural and ethnic mix. For the academic year 2018-2019, approximately $4.2 million in need-based financial aid has been committed to 18 percent of our students. Our financial aid program is designed to bridge the gap between what a family can contribute (based on a confidential and standardized needs analysis) and what it actually costs to attend Chadwick. It is our expectation that all families will participate financially in their child's education. All financial aid is awarded based on a family's demonstrated financial need. If you are interested in receiving information on Financial Aid at Chadwick, please contact jmuniz@chadwickschool.org.

In addition to tuition assistance, Chadwick devotes a part of its financial aid budget to assist families who demonstrate a financial need for supplemental support such as transportation, technology costs, textbooks, global travel, after-school care or co-curricular activities. Nearly 10 percent of the 2018–2019 financial aid budget is earmarked to cover these costs, enabling students to participate in all aspects of school life.

In addition to the school's financial aid program, Chadwick offers a select number of need- and merit-based scholarships through generous donations from the MacFarlane Family and Malone Foundation.

Chadwick School admits students of any race, color, gender, sexual orientation, national and ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, financial aid and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.