Pembroke Hill has a strong preference for awarding partial financial aid grants and rarely awards grants that cover the full cost of tuition. We believe that parents have the obligation to finance their child’s education to the maximum extent that they are able. Historically, our average grant for a full-day student is approximately $11,000. Families are responsible for the difference between the amount of financial aid and the total cost of tuition.
Financial aid grants do not cover a student’s costs for lunch, dues or books and supplies fees. For students in Kindergarten-12th grade, those fees range from $1425 to $1955 annually. These fees are paid by the family.
Should you qualify for and be granted a financial aid package, the balance that you still owe for tuition, lunch, books, fees, and dues may be paid using our monthly payment plan. Most of our financial aid recipients pay a minimum of $500 per month with the majority paying between $500-$1000 per month.
Students at all levels may apply for financial assistance, although aid will be granted in descending order with our middle and upper school students receiving priority consideration. Lower school and early childhood applicants will be considered next. Early childhood students, who qualify for and are granted aid, may expect funding up to, but not exceeding, 30 percent of tuition.