Tuition and Financial Aid

Tuition 2014-15

Kindergarten Grade 6: $10,840

5th grade fee - Play & Museum Trips $160
6th grade fee - Nature's Classroom & Talent Show $480

Eligible Smith College employees receive a discount of up to 25% on Campus School tuition. Please contact the Office of Admission for details.


After School Program Fees:

Wednesday Afternoon Program:

12:00 - 2:45 $330 fall, $440 spring*
12:00 - 4:45 $570 fall, $760 spring*
Extended day: 4:45 - 5:15 $105 fall, $140 spring*

After School Program (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday):
Listed fees are for each day per semester
2:45 - 4:45 $270 fall, $360 spring*
Extended day: 4:45 - 5:15 $105 fall, $140 spring*

*Fees for fall and spring reflect the different length of fall and spring semesters.

Students can sign up for up to 4 days per week. The Wednesday option stands alone. Students can have after school care up to 5 days a week.

We have included After School Program fees to help you in planning for the coming school year.  Information and registration forms for the After School Programs are available on the SCCS website in the parent log in section.

Financial Aid Program

The Financial Aid Program has two primary purposes. The first is to help us maintain an economically diverse student population. Second, the Campus School offers aid on a temporary basis to parents who unexpectedly experience financial difficulty.

Financial aid applications are welcomed from parents of children entering kindergarten through 6th grade. First consideration for financial aid is given to students currently receiving aid. Secondly, new applications for financial aid from currently enrolled students are considered. Thirdly, applications for financial aid from new applicants accepted for admission to the school are considered. All tuition grants are made for one year only. Parents are required to submit a financial statement annually. Grants for each succeeding year are made on the newly submitted financial data.

Financial aid is awarded to parents strictly on the basis of financial need. We require that parents making an application provide the Director of Admission and Financial Aid with detailed information concerning their financial capability to pay.

Parents must complete the School and Student Service for Financial Aid Parents' Financial Statement (PFS). In cases of separation or divorce, both custodial and non-custodial parents are expected to complete the PFS. The information on this form enables us to determine the family contribution toward their children's education.

Parents must submit a completed, signed copy of their Federal Income Tax Form 1040 and accompanying schedules for the preceding year. All information will be held in the strictest confidence. It is available only to the Director of Admission and Financial Aid and the Director of the school.

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First Graders study insects
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Open House on SATURDAY, JANUARY 24th, 9:30 am - 11:00 am for prospective kindergarten through sixth grade students and their families. For more information - click here

Our first graders are studying how insect adaptations solve problems within the environment. Insects must build colonies, cut leaves, haul materials, and defend themselves from predators. Our budding scientists study how insect bodies resemble the meshing parts of simple machines in order to fly like mosquitos, zip across water like a water strider, tunnel like ants, and cut, carry and chew vegetation. In addition, they are studying the insect drawings of the German artist Maria Sybell Merian and then studying insects and creating their own sketches. Click here for more.


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