The tuition schedule for the 2017-2018 school year is listed below:
|Tuition||Fees*||Total Cost||20% Tuition Deposit**|
|Pre-Beginners (3 half days)||$12,500||$200||$12,700||$2,500|
|Beginners*** (5 half days)||$15,900||$400||$16,300||$3,180|
|Pre-Kindergarten (5 full days)||$23,100||$500||$23,600||$4,620|
|Kindergarten to Fourth Grade||$24,850||$550||$25,400||$4,970|
|Fifth and Sixth Grades||$24,850||$750 + $350||$25,950||$4,970|
|Seventh and Eighth Grades||$24,850||$750 + $780||$26,380||$4,970|
*Fee includes textbooks, workbooks, class field trips, science lab supplies and other school supplies. For Fifth through Eighth Grades, the additional fee is for the overnight class trip. Uniforms and optional after-school programs are NOT included in the fee.
** Tuition Deposit is 20% of tuition and will be adjusted for those who have received financial aid. Financial aid awards have been communicated separately and will be applied to the Tuition Management Agreement.
***Beginners class is five half days. At the parent’s discretion, Wednesday is optional.
An application fee of $100 is required with the completed application. Upon acceptance to The Geneva School of Manhattan, a non-refundable deposit of 20 percent is requested; this deposit is credited toward the tuition bill. Information about installment or monthly payment plans, as well as financial aid payments, student loans, and general counseling on financial assistance is available by contacting the School admissions office.
After-school activities are provided for additional fees.
As part of its founding philosophy and mission, Geneva School remains committed to providing need-based financial aid to qualifying families. Our financial aid program assists families to the extent of our annual financial aid budget. After our admissions committee accepts an applicant to Geneva School, financial aid awards are made based on a family’s demonstrated need and the availability of funds. Financial aid is available for students in Pre-Kindergarten through Eighth Grade.
As with many independent schools, we enlist the TADS to help us gather necessary information we require. It is important to note that TADS does not determine the amount of financial aid awarded, but merely assists the School in determining a family's ability to contribute. Award decisions are made by our financial aid committee based on the parents' financial statement submitted to TADS, as well as additional factors and special circumstances. Awards are distributed according to our budget for financial aid. Notification of awards will be sent in conjunction with our enrollment decision letter. We encourage those in need of financial aid to begin the process as early as possible. Submission of requests for financial aid begins by completing the TADS financial aid application. Financial aid applications are available beginning October 1, and must be submitted by December 12. Questions may be addressed to the TADS toll-free help line at (800) 477-8237.