These topics aren’t taboo: we encourage you to ask detailed questions about tuition, fees, and financial aid. It’s all part of the process, and we’re here to help.
Tuition includes room and board as well as academic, athletic, and community programs.
Tilton offers a variety of financial aid options to make tuition affordable.
In Plan A, families may elect to make full payment of tuition fees by July 1. For these families, Tuition Refund Insurance is optional.
Plan B provides a schedule of 8 payments beginning in May and concluding in December, managed through FACTS Management Services. Participation in the Tuition Refund Plan is required.
For each consecutive year a student is enrolled at Tilton School, tuition is frozen at the previous year’s level. For example, a four-year senior pays the same amount of tuition each year—set when they enrolled as a ninth-grader.
The enrollment deposit is non-refundable and credited toward the first tuition payment. Families pay 20% of the tuition balance as an enrollment deposit, rounded to the next highest $100.
Students incur small, incidental fees based on the specifics of their program and course of study. For example, books and supplies, student activities fees, technology fees, field trips, and arts materials.
For students residing outside the United States or Canada. this additional fee supports the additional communications and assessment needed for international students.
Through optional enrollment in Tilton’s Center for Academic Achievement (CAA), students can receive personal instruction and support tailored to their unique needs in Reading and Writing, Math, Time Management, Organization and Study Skills, Integrated Language Support, and English as a Second Language.
The CAA supports students with personalized sessions ranging from two to four times weekly. The CAA can provide a recommendation to select the frequency of sessions to best meet student needs and goals. Families may register for CAA services online.
Two sessions per week – $7,350
“Eliminating the unknown increase in percentage of tuition each year offers a relief to our family—allowing us to plan ahead and has made a positive impact on our family finances.”
—Dave, Class of 2022 parent