Affording St. George’s
A St. George’s education is a significant investment in a student’s growth from adolescence to young adulthood. Our goal is to help make this education available to all those with the credentials and the desire to take advantage of the opportunity to attend.
Financial Aid at St. George's is awarded in the form of a grant to meet our families demonstrated need. Thirty-two percent of our students receive affordability grants, and we will continue to bridge the gap for as many families as possible. This year we distributed $6 million in need-based grants to 116 students. The average boarding grant was $58,000.
St. George’s partners with Clarity to determine a family’s level of financial need. We are committed to socioeconomic diversity and take a thoughtful, attentive approach to each family’s financial circumstances. For a comprehensive overview of the financial aid process, visit Apply for Financial Aid.
St. George's will offer a space only to those students we can financially assist. If we are unable to offer financial assistance to an admissible student, that student will be placed on the waiting list until funds and a space become available.
|Cost of Attendance (2023-2024)|
|Boarding Student tuition||$73,850|
|Day Student tuition||$51,275|
Payment Schedule & Options
St. George’s traditionally bills twice during the year, in June and November. For those parents who want to pay on an installment basis, but who do not wish to take out a loan to do so, St. George’s offers access to a 10-month payment program through FACTS Tuition Management.
- How are affordability grants awarded?
- Who fills out the financial aid application if the parents are separated or divorced?
- Is financial aid available for non-US citizens?
- Does St. George’s have any academic or athletic scholarships?
- Will we have to reapply for financial aid each year?
- What is the financial aid process for returning families: