As you search for the right school for your
child(ren), you may find that financing an independent school education
represents a challenge for your family. We urge you not to let the cost of
tuition stand in the way of considering Saint Mark’s. We are committed to
enrolling a socioeconomically diverse community of families, and we work
individually with each family to help make Saint Mark’s an affordable option.
Saint Mark's School has two types of assistance
available: financial aid (FA) and the Tuition Support Program (TSP). Together,
they provide over $1.5 million to assist eligible families who otherwise would
not be able to enroll. We offer grants to qualified families ranging from
$3,000 to $25,800 depending on overall financial need. Reviewing our Spectrum of Eligibility may help you determine the program that will best fit your
family’s financial profile.
for Financial Aid
Additional information regarding Saint Mark's
School FA application requirements can be found here. For further information and guidelines on applying
for FA please visit the following website. http://sss.nais.org/parents/ Please use
Saint Mark's School code 6729.
If I Need Help But Don’t Qualify for Regular Financial Aid?
Our Tuition Support Program (TSP) may be the right
option for your family if your income is too high to qualify for traditional
financial aid but find that affording full tuition is a challenge. This program
provides up to $3,000 of tuition relief (per child). For more information and
an application form for TSP please click here.
for both FA and TSP must be submitted by January 13, 2014.
***(Please apply for only one)***
up for a Finanacial Aid Workshop
We will host two financial aid workshops on Wednesday, December 4 and Wednesday, January 8 at 11:15 (following the admissions tour). If you need personal assistance regarding the application or
qualification process, please contact our Financial Aid Coordinator, Sue Hickey
at (415) 472-8000, ext. 1009, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
|December 4, 2013
a.m. - 12:45 p.m.
January 8, 2014
a.m. - 12:45 p.m.