An annual $375 Facilities Fee is assessed to each student each year.
K - 12th Grade Activity Fee The activity fee covers the costs of Interim Trips (except the 8th grade Washington DC trip), local field trips, class fees, and all consumable supplies (K-4th grade).
Early Learners and Pre- K - No fee
Kindergarten Fee - $50
1st - 4th grade - $200 5th - 12th grade - $400
All Grades Cafeteria service (optional) Uniform or dress code attire
Extended Day Program
Multi-Student Tuition Reduction For families with more than one child enrolled in Kindergarten through 12th Grades, tuition is reduced by $650 for the second child and any other subsequent children. However, the multi-student tuition reduction does not apply to Early Learners or Pre-Kindergarten tuition.
Enrollment Deposit A non-refundable $500 tuition-reducing deposit is due when the Enrollment Contract is returned. This applies to both new and re-enrolling students.
Tuition Payment The balance of tuition is payable by either one-time payment due by July 1st, or the monthly payment plan, which runs from July through May. Monthly installments are due on either the 5th or the 20th of each month. Balances not paid by July 1st are subject to a $600 payment plan fee.
Steps to completing the online application:
Families are encouraged to apply for tuition assistance as early as possible, as funds are limited. However, early application does not guarantee a financial award.
Questions about Tuition and Financial Aid
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Chief Financial & Business Operations Manager Phone: 678.423.5353 Email Neal
To Apply for Tuition Assistance:
The Heritage School administers a program of need-based tuition assistance. We use SmartAid as our third-party processor when making financial aid decisions. Need-based tuition assistance is only availble for grades K-12.
The Tuition Assistance Application for the 2019-2020 school year will be available December 1, 2018.
Financial assistance applications for prospective new students will be considered in the late spring and summer, but applications need to be submitted as soon as possible as well. The Office of Admissions must have an admissions application on file for your prospective student(s) in order to consider the financial assistance application. The admissions application is a completely separate process from the financial assistance application.
The Tuition Assistance Committee will be considering tuition assistance applications and making tuition assistance award decisions for returning families in early February, so all applications need to be submitted as soon as possible.