- Plan A
- Single Payment Option: For parents seeking this payment option, tuition is due in full by May 15, 2016.
- Plan B
- Two Payment Option: This option allows for one half of the tuition to be paid May 15, 2016 (the non- refundable enrollment deposit remains due at the time the enrollment contract is signed). The second half of the tuition is due in full October 1, 2016. This payment option requires participation in the Tuition Refund Insurance Plan. Parents not wanting the Tuition Refund Insurance must notify the Business Office in writing and pay all tuition prior to August 1, 2016.
- Plan C
- Ten Payment Option: This option allows for 10 monthly payments starting May 15, 2016. Parents choosing this option must enroll through Alice Trembulak (327-6395 ext 215) in the Business Office or with Tuition Management Systems (TMS). Payments are made directly through TMS. Information is available on their website, or you may call their toll free number at 1-800-722-4867. If you select the 10 month payment plan you are required to pay for Tuition Refund Insurance.
A non-refundable $500.00 deposit must accompany the contract. (For families applying for financial assistance, the enrollment deposit is $250.00 and is refundable if the student does not enroll based on the financial assistance award.) This deposit will be credited toward your first tuition payment. If a new student fee is required at the time of enrollment, then both the enrollment deposit and new student fee must accompany the contract.
Textbooks are included in the tuition and will be provided to students at the start of school.
We consider technology to be one of the essential components in preparing our students for higher education and for life. Students will be required to take their computers to class each day unless a teacher directs them otherwise. Laptop requirements can be found on this page.
In addition to tuition, the following list of fees is provided to inform parents of the range of expected additional expenses that may be incurred for the 2016-17 academic year. Most fees are mandatory and non-refundable. Estimates are given for items that may vary according to student's programs. Some class related fees may not be listed.
- Interim Week
Approximate amount: $200-$700.
- Family Association Dues
This $75.00 annual fee is used for student and faculty enrichment. This fee is billed in August.
- Class Related Fees
Certain classes such as photography, middle or upper school orchestra or band may require additional supplies, equipment, or transportation fees that will be billed as needed. Yearbooks are $55 in Middle School and $65 in Upper School.
The financial assistance application is administered by School and Student Service for Financial Aid (SSS). The Gregory School requires that the family file a Parents' Financial Statement (PFS), which is the official application provided by SSS. The PFS is available now and should be submitted online at sss.nais.org by March 4, 2016. In addition, we require a copy of the signed 2014 IRS 1040 tax return and all supporting schedules, plus W-2's and if applicable, partnership/sole proprietorship and or corporate returns, be sent to the Admissions and tuition Office by March 4, 2016. All information related to the parents' financial circumstances will be treated confidentially. These forms will only be used to make a determination of the financial assistance award. We cannot guarantee financial assistance funds will be available for applications received after the deadline