Park’s ability to support need-based adjusted tuition allows us to create the kind of community we believe in. Kimberly Boyd, Assistant Head of School for Finance & Operations, and Lachelle McKinley-Connor, Controller, are partnering to manage financial aid for the School. Read more.
At Park, we believe that everyone benefits from a diverse student population, and we seek to create a community where children and their families learn from and with peers who broaden their perspectives. Beyond differences in backgrounds and cultures, we welcome families from a variety of economic circumstances. Park offers approximately $3.7 million annually in need-based financial aid. We encourage you to consider Park whether or not you can afford the entire tuition.
Independent school education is expensive. We want to partner with your family to make a Park education possible for your child. All financial assistance at Park is based on need: the difference between the family's resources and the child's total educational expenses.
We want your child to thrive at Park and have a strong sense of belonging in the community. That is why we couple a robust tuition assistance program with strong financial aid budgets for after-school programming, enrichment programming, transportation, and Academic Support. We want your family to be welcomed and supported to fully engage in all of the offerings at Park.
Tuition for 2022-23
|PreKindergarten – GRADE 4||$41,380|
|GRADEs 5 – 8||$50,160|
Items included in tuition:
- Technology (Chromebooks and iPads)
- Lunch program
- Mandatory field trip costs, including overnight trips
Supplemental financial aid available for costs not included in tuition:
- After-School Program
- Academic support
- Optional summer trips in Grades 7 and 8
Payment Plans Available
- Full payment in June
- 50% June / 50% December
- 10-month payment plan
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