Financial Aid

We are proud of our commitment to need-based financial aid.

Pembroke Hill provides over $2.5 million each year in financial aid to 25.2% percent of the school’s students. Our average aid package for the 2020-21 school year awarded 50-60% of tuition. Our formula considers parental income, assets, liabilities and other factors.

Beyond financial aid, other programs help families plan for and afford the cost of tuition. Payment plans allow families to pay tuition over monthly installments. Some families may find it beneficial to pay tuition using funds in a 529 plan. Exceptional students receive competitive, merit-based academic scholarships.

All students at Pembroke Hill benefit from the generous community of parents, faculty and staff, alumni, grandparents, parents of alumni and other friends whose donations to the Pembroke Hill Fund allow us to keep tuition lower than the full cost of each student’s education.

Getting Started

To determine need, Pembroke Hill uses the FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment. For more instructions about applying for financial aid, see the "When and How Do I Apply for Aid?" tab below.

FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment Application

Financial Aid FAQ

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