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Tuition Assistance

Tuition Assistance

Bishop Noland Episcopal Day School encourages all families who feel that they may need tuition assistance in affording our tuition to apply. EDS seeks qualified students to attend this school regardless of their family's financial circumstances, race, religion, national or ethnic origin. The school grants tuition assistance on the basis of demonstrated need, student performance, and the school's limited tuition resources. Grants are re-evaluated each year by the Tuition Assistance Committee, and a new application must be filed. In addition to demonstrated financial need, the student's performance will be assessed on an annual basis to insure that each student receiving assistance continues to meet academic and character standards expected of all EDS' students. All applications are strictly confidential.

Who receives tuition assistance?
Based on financial need and the school's limited resources, tuition assistance is awarded to qualified applicants whose relationship with the school is positive and whose parents are supportive of the school. Students are expected to maintain a strong academic record as well as to be good citizen's who share their abilities and their positive influence. Tuition assistance is awarded first to returning families presently receiving tuition assistance and then other returning EDS families. New families to EDS are considered next with priority given to students in kindergarten through high school.

What is FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment?
FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment provides an objective family financial analysis, which determines in a fair, impartial and consistent manner the ability of a family to pay for a private education.

How do I apply for Tuition Assistance?
Complete the enrollment/re-registration forms and pay the registration fees. Complete the tuition assistance form on-line All applications must be received by April of each year for the upcoming school year. A $35.00 application fee will apply.