Episcopal seeks to accept exceptional students.
TUition, Fees & Financial Aid
Tuition for the 2017-2018 academic year is:
- Middle School (grades 6-8) - $22, 250
- Upper School (grades 9-12) - $23,050
Several payment options are available, including monthly payments which begin in April. There is no reduction in tuition for multiple students. A one-time facility fee of $750 is required of new students only at the time of enrollment.
In addition to tuition, students must purchase their own books, uniforms, and lunches. Other fees include an iPad (required for grades 6-8) or device of choice (grades 9-12), special enrichment trips, and school supplies.
An Episcopal education is an investment in your child’s future. We realize, however, that education costs are a significant financial commitment. For this reason, the school provides need-based financial aid for qualifying students.
In order to determine each family's need, Episcopal utilizes the School and Student Service Application (SSS) for Financial Aid. Admission to Episcopal is need-blind, which means that a student's financial situation does not influence the admission decision.
Request Financial Aid Information
You can also reference our Affording Episcopal document which has answers to additional questions about Financial Aid.
Apply for Financial Aid
To apply for financial aid online, go to the School and Student Service Application (SSS) website. Episcopal's SSS code number is 3037.
2017-18 Financial Aid Timeline
- November: Financial Aid information and applications are emailed to all families currently receiving financial aid, as well as new applicants requesting information.
- February 8, 2017: Deadline to apply for 2017-18 Financial Aid.
- February - March: Enrollment for new and returning students. Students submit an enrollment contract and deposit to secure a spot for the following school year.
- March 15, 2017: Deadline to submit supporting tax documents.
- Early April: Financial Aid award letters are mailed. The enrollment deposit is refundable if the financial aid award does not meet a family’s need.
We cannot guarantee that funds will be available after the initial deadline.