As a prospective St. Paul’s School family, you are considering a unique high school education that undoubtedly requires a significant investment of resources. Since many families are not able to afford this experience without some level of assistance, we strive to be leaders in the field of secondary school financial aid by offering one of the most robust aid programs in the country.
St. Paul’s has a long history of providing financial aid to families and remains committed to helping low and middle-income families afford our School. To help meet this goal, we offer generous need-based grants and scholarships to help bridge the gap between our costs and your ability to pay.
As a general rule, U.S. families of admitted students who have a household income of $80,000 or less qualify for full financial aid.* Additionally, U.S. families with a household income of between $80,000 and $200,000 will be expected to contribute no more than 10 percent of the family’s household income toward their child’s St. Paul’s education. There is no income cut-off for financial aid eligibility, so families with incomes higher than $200,000 per year may still qualify for aid.
We strongly encourage all qualified applicants to consider St. Paul’s, regardless of whether they think they can afford the full cost of attending. If admitted, applicants can be confident that their financial need as determined by St. Paul’s aid office will be met. Please contact Tim Caryl-Klika, Director of Admission Operations and Financial Aid, at (603) 229-5639 or at email@example.com
if you have any questions.
St. Paul's School does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, ethnic origin, disability or sexual orientation, and complies with applicable laws for the protection of civil rights.
*In our evaluation of a family's need for financial aid we consider a family's entire financial situation, including all assets.