The Field School

Tuition and Financial Aid

In order to make tuition a feasible sacrifice for any income bracket, The Field School uses a sliding scale model of tuition, where the amount each family pays is determined by a number of factors including family income, household size, and number of children attending the school.

Tuition and Financial Aid

We know that paying for a high quality private education can be a difficult sacrifice. The Field School offers a sliding tuition scale to make tuition affordable for all families, regardless of income.


Tuition is calculated based on a number of factors including a family's total income (taxable and nontaxable) and the number of children enrolled. Over 95% of Field School families receive discounted tuition, even before the multiple child discount is factored in. The Field School tuition ranges from $1,700-$19,900. The average tuition paid per student is $6,500 a year. Families may qualify for financial assistance after completing an application through Clarity. 

Max tuition of $19,900 only applies to families with an annual income of over $1,500,000, therefore all families with an annual income below $1.5 million are eligible to apply for assistance at The Field School.

Tuition includes all required textbooks, educational materials, and daytime field trips. Additional fees are charged for extended care, extra curricular activities, and middle school overnight trips. 

Here is the tuition range per student based on annual income range.

Discount for Multiple Children

The Field School offers a generous discount for families with multiple children enrolled. Multiple child discounts are calculated by taking 20% off the total family tuition amount for two students, 25% off for three students, and 30% off for four or more students.

Financial Aid Application Process

Financial assistance is awarded and determined through The Field School application process via Clarity. For more information, please contact