Tuition & Fees
We know that the cost of a Oneness-Family School education is a significant investment for any family—and we strongly believe that the academic, social-emotional, and creative skills that our students develop make this investment worthwhile.
Tuition & Fees
|Half-Day Toddler (Age 2-3)||$20,200|
|Full-Day Toddler (Age 2-3)||$23,600|
|Half-Day Preschool-Kindergarten (Age 3-6)||$27,400|
|Full-Day Preschool-Kindergarten (Age 3-6)||$28,800|
|Lower Elementary (Grade 1-3)||$30,250|
|Upper Elementary (Grade 4-5)||$32,300|
|Middle School (Grade 6-8)||$33,950|
|High School (Grade 9-12)||
For a detailed, printable schedule of Tuition and Fees Schedule and Financial Disclosure for 2022-23, which includes drop-in rates for the Extended Childcare Program and more, download this PDF.
Financial Aid for School Tuition
The cost of educating a student at Oneness-Family School exceeds our tuition amount by several thousand dollars, and we supplement the difference for all families by drawing on annual giving resources. Depending on their unique financial circumstances and need, our enrolled families pay anywhere from $500 to our highest tuition amount.
Oneness-Family School offers three merit scholarships for students in 5th through 12th grade who are emerging innovators, entrepreneurs and conscious global citizens, that will enable them to benefit from a Montessori education.
- The Maria Montessori Scholarship ($15,000) is named for the late Italian physician and educator who founded the philosophy of education at the heart of our school.
- The Helen Kutt Scholarship ($10,000) honors the late mother of school founder Andrew Kutt, who supported and inspired Oneness-Family School from its founding.
Candidates should be able to demonstrate positive leadership through their academics, personal lives, and community. Students are invited to write an essay of up to 500 words on one of the following topics:
- What does it mean to be a leader in the 21st century? What are the key qualities that a leader needs to have today?
- Describe a time when you stepped into a leadership role and made a difference. Share what impact this had on you.
To be eligible for a scholarship, candidates should submit a school application which includes transcripts, standardized test scores (optional), and letters of recommendation. For more information on our application process, please see the page section above.
Essay submissions should be emailed to our admissions team at email@example.com by February 15th for consideration for the upcoming school year. Finalists will be invited to an interview with the Scholarship Committee. Award recipients will be announced by March 1st through 15th. All students who submit an essay will receive a reply.
For more information about the scholarship awards, please contact our admissions team.