A progressive private school education is more accessible than you might think.
To ensure that our school embodies our core values of excellence, integrity, and diversity, we offer financial aid that aims to make a Bennett Day education accessible to families from all income levels. For our families, tuition is never “one-size fits all” and tuition at Bennett can be adjusted to meet a family’s unique financial situation. Our financial aid is made possible by Bennett Grant awards that can range from $500 to nearly 85% of tuition expenses, based on the calculated family need and circumstances, and the availability of Bennett Grant dollars in a given school year.
Financial aid is an ongoing commitment between the school and our families, and we anticipate that Bennett Grant awards will follow the child throughout their school career, reflective of a family’s unique circumstances. To apply for financial aid, families submit a Bennett Grant application through our third-party partner, TADS, each year (school code: 200803).
Learn more about Bennett Grants and read our Bennett Grants FAQ here.
Income Ranges of Families Who Qualify For Financial Aid at Bennett Day School
Tuition for 2023-2024
|PreK (M-F from 8:30-11:30 am)||$17,975*|
|PreK (w/ Stay & Play M-F; 8:30-3:15 pm)||$24,875*|
|More Info on Upper School Tuition|
No Additional Giving
As a tax-paying social enterprise, Bennett Day School does not rely on any parent giving to support its academic day.
For PreK-Grade 8, a one-time New Student Enrollment fee of $2,500 is in addition to the listed tuition.
This one-time non-refundable fee is used for capital and curriculum improvements/investments.
For Grades 5-8, there is an Annual Middle School Program Charge of $2,500.
For Grades 9-12, there is an Annual Upper School Program Charge of $5,000.
Fees for the Auxiliary Programs (Stay & Play, AfterCare, Bennett & Beyond, etc.) are not included.
To learn more about Bennett Grants, click here.