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Chapin Tuition 2017-2018

 4-Year-Old Program  $1800 (per month)
Kindergarten  $27,900 ***
First Grade
 $29,500
Second Grade
 $29,500
Third Grade
 $29,500
Fourth Grade
 $29,500
Fifth Grade
 $32,750
Sixth Grade
 $32,750
Seventh Grade
 $35,100
Eighth Grade
 $35,100
 
***  For any new or existing family who enrolls two or more children, and one of the siblings is entering prekindergarten or kindergarten, you will receive a 20% discount on the prekindergarten or kindergarten tuition.  If financial aid is awarded, the 20% discount will be calculated based on the amount paid by the family.
 
The full tuition will be calculated when the enrollment contract and tuition agreement are completed. The discount will be applied once the contract is processed and before invoices are issued.
  
Financial Aid
Chapin is dedicated to maintaining a diverse socio-economic student population. Financial aid is available for families who are unable to pay the full tuition. See our Financial Aid page for more information.
 
Fees
All students are assessed a $40.00 Parent Association fee.
Students in grades 5 - 8 are assessed a $55.00 Upper School Supply fee. 
Students in grades Pre K - 2 are assessed a $150.00 Technology fee.
Students in grades 3 - 8 are assessed a $400.00 Technology fee.
Students in grades 5 - 8 will be responsible for purchase of books. 
 
Additional Costs
There are additional fees for the Lunch Program, After School Program, and various clubs or activities. These programs are optional.  There is no additional cost for involvement in the Athletic Program.

Important Financial Aid Deadlines


Latest date for Parents’ Application (custodial parents and non-custodial parents)
 

February 1, 2016

2015 Federal income tax returns with all schedules as filed with the IRS and W-2 forms (custodial and non-custodial parents and student applicant)

March 1, 2016

Annual Giving

Chapin School, like all independent schools, stands financially on its own.  Tuition covers only a portion of the cost of educating each student, with the remainder made up by endowment income, other revenue and fundraising.

Generous gifts from parents, grandparents, alumni, parents of alumni and other friends of the school help to ensure the outstanding academic program, caring faculty, small classes and a warm sense of community that characterize a Chapin education.  Parent participation in the Annual Fund is a crucial part of providing the financial support.
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