Admissions

Tuition and Affordability

We recognize that the cost of an Allen-Stevenson education represents a significant investment and commitment to your son’s future and we are dedicated to making our school affordable to as many families as possible. While there is an expectation that all families will contribute to the cost of tuition, no family should assume that an Allen-Stevenson education is out of reach for financial reasons. Currently, Allen-Stevenson students receive awards that range from 15%-95% of tuition based on an individual family’s resources. 

We use Tuition Aid Data Services (TADS) to determine awards based on the information provided by each family. Allen-Stevenson’s admissions decisions are made without regard to financial need. Furthermore, we want to partner with you as you explore your options. We invite you to reach out to our Admissions team to learn more HERE.

To apply for financial assistance, please visit TADS HERE. TADS offers a helpful Financial Aid Worksheet HERE

Please see FAQs for more information regarding applying for Financial Aid.

Tuition


2020-2021
Tuition
Kindergarten - 8th Grade
$54,500*

*Tuition is all-inclusive

Also included with tuition:
  • Laptops for each boy in Grades 5-8 for use at school and at home
  • iPads for each boy in Grades K-3 for use at school and at home
  • Laptops and iPads for each boy in 4th Grade
  • Additional technology tools: coding/programming software and materials, Lego Robotics materials, 3D printers, and more
  • Lunch, morning, and afternoon snacks
  • All field trips except for overnight trips

Additional School-Related Expenses:
For families receiving Financial Aid, fees for overnight trips, after school programs, music lessons, and other school-related expenses will be billed at the same percentage rate of tuition.



FINANCIAL AID TIMELINE
  • December 15, 2021 - Submit your application
  • December 15, 2021 - Complete the TADS application
  • December 31, 2021 - Upload a copy of your most recent Federal Income Tax Form (1040) and W-2 forms on TADS’ website 

FAQs

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Allen-Stevenson’s distinctive “enlightened traditional” approach educates boys to become scholars and gentlemen.