The opportunities Flint Hill provides today and the benefits your child will experience tomorrow are invaluable.
Our students are at the center of all of our decisions. Their self-discovery as learners, their physical and mental wellness, and their sense of belonging continue to be our priority. We recognize and appreciate the continued trust and partnership of our parents and families.
We are deeply committed to making a Flint Hill education possible for qualified students through our need-based financial aid program. 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 application is now closed for the 2023-24 school year. This application will open November 1, 2023, for the 2024-25 school year.
Our tuition rates for the 2023-2024 school year are: Lower School (JK-6) — $39,490; Middle School (7-8) — $46,530; and Upper School (9-12) — $50,160.
Tuition covers schooling, field trips, technology (iPads or MacBook Air depending on grade), and lunch for grades 7-12. Tuition does not include uniforms, books, transportation, AfterCare/Extended Day, and most Middle/Upper School athletic needs.
Flint Hill offers three payment options for families:
- 1 Payment Plan – full payment in June.
- 2 Payment Plan – 50% payment due in June, with the remaining 50% due in December.
- 10 Payment Plan – 10 equal payments beginning in June and ending in March.
The school currently works with an educational loan program called Your Tuition Solution that helps make a Flint Hill education possible for many of our families.
Financial aid applications are due January 19, 2024, for the 2024-25 school year.
Families are notified of financial aid decisions with their admission decision on the first Friday in March.
Because a family's financial circumstances can change, we require families to reapply for financial aid every year.
There are two separate, distinct committees for admission and financial aid. The admission committee is not aware of each family’s financial aid application status and does not consider that as part of the admission decision. The financial aid committee reviews financial aid applications from students receiving an admission offer.
All Flint Hill financial aid is need-based. We receive many more aid requests than the financial aid budget can accommodate, and we cannot award most families that apply. About 20% of Flint Hill families receive need-based financial aid.
In cases of dual households, both parents or legal guardians are required to fully complete the financial aid process — together or separately. If one parent or guardian is not present, the applying parent should notify the Director of Enrollment Management and Financial Aid.
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.