TUITION & FINANCIAL AID
At Flint Hill, your child can thrive in a culture in which questions like "imagine if?" and "what's possible?" set the standard for teaching and learning.
Your child will be inspired to blaze a trail in an environment that celebrates curiosity, individuality and innovative thinking. As a result, they will have the skills, confidence and self-awareness to make a meaningful difference in the world.
We love our community at Flint Hill. Our heart's desire is that our children thrive in a safe and nurturing environment and Flint Hill exceeds this benchmark. — Current Flint Hill Parent
A private school education is a significant financial investment and sacrifice. But the opportunities Flint Hill provides today and the benefits your child will experience tomorrow are invaluable.
The Flint Hill Experience by the Numbers
When it comes to pre-K-12 education, size matters. Private schools are uniquely positioned to genuinely get to know our students and differentiate their learning accordingly.
Flint Hill offers:
- 6:1 student-teacher ratio
- 18 student cap for class sizes at every grade level*
- 200 capacity for the new Peterson Middle School; that’s just 100 in 7th grade and 100 in 8th grade
- Middle and Upper School advisory groups have 10-13 students
*a handful of exceptions apply
We are deeply committed to making a Flint Hill education possible for qualified students, and offer need-based financial aid. Approximately 20% of Flint Hill students receive need-based financial aid. While we wish we could provide aid to all applicants with demonstrated need, we receive significantly more applications than awards available.
The Financial Aid for Student Tuition (FAST) application for the 2022-23 school is now open. The deadline for new families is January 25, 2022, and the deadline for current families is January 10, 2022. The application typically takes multiple sessions to complete, so we recommend starting early. For more information about affordability in private education, please download our webinar recording on this topic. For questions regarding the financial aid application process, please contact Jennifer Webb, Director of Enrollment Management and Financial Aid, at email@example.com or 703.584.2313.
Flint Hill offers three payment plans for families:
1 Payment Plan – full payment in June
2 Payment Plan – 60% payment due in June, with the remaining 40% due in December
10 Payment Plan – 10 equal payments beginning in June and ending in March
Flint Hill currently works with an educational loan program called Your Tuition Solution that helps make a Flint Hill education possible for many of our families.
Yes. Because a family's financial circumstances can change, we require families to reapply for financial aid every year.
In cases of divorce or separation, both parents or legal guardians are required to fully complete the financial aid process – together or separately.
The Financial Aid Committee confidentially reviews financial aid applications. All information is secure and confidential. We also request that families keep their awards in confidence.
Have more questions about affording private school?
Download the most recent recording of our Affordability in Private Education Webinar.
Lower School (JK-6) – $36,060
Middle School (7-8) – $40,605
Upper School (9-12) – $43,915