Financial aid is available on the basis of demonstrated need.
All aid is provided on an annually renewable basis. Students receiving aid must maintain an acceptable academic rating and conduct record. This year about $3,000,000 need-based financial aid will be awarded to over 350 students, approximately 27% of the student body. Over $194,400 merit-based scholarships were also awarded.
Applications for financial aid are available to parents of 9th grade applicants on November 1, 2016, and the deadline for submitting the financial aid form is January 28, 2017. Applications for financial aid are available for parents of returning students February 1, 2017 with a deadline for submitting the form May 6, 2017.
Admissions process is need-blind, meaning that the committee is not aware of who has applied for financial aid when evaluating applicants, so that it cannot affect the outcome of a young man’s application. The Financial Aid Office is committed to assisting qualified applicants such that financial status should not dissuade any outstanding young man from applying.