Helpful financial aid resources, articles and links about different ways to afford a boarding school or private day school.
Approaching Financial Aid during an Economic Downturn (podcast)
Martin Peyer, CEO, Tuition Data Services & Jamie Miller, Director of Financial Aid, Blue Ridge School spoke with AQ's Boarding School Podcast about approaching financial aid during tight times.
An infographic representing what a family may be expected to pay towards a private school tuition if their financial situation is similar to the examples in Boston, Chicago, San Francisco & nationally.
Next to "which schools should we apply to?" financial aid elicits the most questions in the admission process. Hear six admission counselors answer one of the most asked question we hear, "what should my family keep in mind as we file for financial aid?""
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There’s no doubt about it: providing your child with a private education can be expensive. While private elementary and secondary school tuition costs continue to rise, family incomes are struggling to keep pace with inflation.
Private education is expensive. With rising tuitions, many parents are finding it more and more difficult to handle these expenses. Fortunately, banks and finance companies have developed products to help parents – tuition payment plans and private loans.
So you are thinking about sending your child to private school & need help affording tuition? Consider these five avenues as you explore financial aid at each school.
Private student loans are an excellent option that will help you avoid dipping into savings or using high-interest products like credit cards. These loan products can help you spread out tuition payments and make financing tuition more manageable.
A guide to the private private elementary and secondary school financial aid process.
An overview of options for funding private education.
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Financial Aid: Advice from AQ's Financial Aid Expert