We want to help you attend SPS! St. Paul’s School awarded almost $11.4 million to over 216 students in the 2016-17 academic year alone. We are committed to making St. Paul’s an affordable option for families.

To honor this commitment we will:
Consider a domestic household income of $125,000 per year or less as qualifying for full financial aid.
Domestic families with an annual income of less than $250,000 will not pay more than 10% of their income toward tuition per year.
Meet full demonstrated financial need; there are no gaps between what we determine to be your need and our financial aid award.
Use only grants to meet financial need; there are no loans awarded as part of our package.
To the best of our ability, we make admission decisions regardless of a family’s ability to pay.
We strongly encourage all qualified applicants to consider St. Paul’s, regardless of whether they think they can afford the full cost of attending. We will work with you to ensure that what can seem like a confusing and difficult process is actually a simple step-by-step endeavor.

Feel free to contact Tim Caryl-Klika, Director of Admission Operations and Financial Aid, at 603-229-5639 or at tcarylklika@sps.edu if you have any questions.

List of 4 items.

  • Applying for Financial Aid

    Students seeking financial aid must apply at the time of application for admission. St. Paul’s will notify you of your admission and financial aid award at the same time. All of the required financial aid application materials must be submitted by the appropriate deadlines. We cannot guarantee that a qualified applicant will receive financial aid if the deadlines are not met.

    If there are any special circumstances not addressed in your application you would like us to consider, please send a letter addressed to Tim Caryl-Klika, Director of Admission Operations and Financial Aid, with all details. For your convenience, you may send the letter via e-mail to financialaid@sps.edu.
  • Step One: Now

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  • Step Two: November 1 to January 15

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  • Step Three: By February 15

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FACTS AND FIGURES

2016-17 Cost of Attendance
Tuition, room and board $56,460
Mandatory fees $1,085
Estimated personal expenses $2,610
Estimated total cost of attendance
(not including travel)
$60,155

Financial Aid Statistics for 2016-17
Admitted students with
demonstrated need met in full
100%
Number of students receiving
financial aid
216
Percent of School receiving
financial aid
41%
Total financial aid budget $11,370,000
Average St. Paul's School grant
(need-based)
$52,527

PAYMENT OPTIONS

Tuition must be paid in full by July 31 or in two installments due July 31 and November 30. A 10-month payment plan is also available.

For many families, a third-party educational loan may be necessary to meet the family contribution. Please see the National Association of Independent Schools website for information about lending institutions. Their representatives can help families project educational financing needs over a child’s high school and college careers.