Tuition / Affording Sea Crest
Sea Crest School is a 501(c)(3) non-profit independent school. Tuition costs are determined by our Board of Trustees, who take into account the rising cost of educating a child, economic diversity of student population, and the operational costs—such as competitive faculty compensation—of running a school.
The Flexible Tuition Program makes a Sea Crest Education accessible to families from a wide range of economic backgrounds, allowing qualifying families to pay according to their resources. We believe that the cost of a Sea Crest education should not be a deterrent to any family and that having students from all walks of life enriches our community and the educational experience.
economic diversity is important for us:
|Junior Kindergarten||$2,000 to $18,800|
|Kindergarten - 8th Grade||$2,000 to $23,490|
Sea Crest School works closely with Financial Aid for School Tuition (FAST) in determining awards. FAST represents schools across the country to help assess a family’s ability to pay school costs and promotes objectivity and consistency in financial aid determinations. All award decisions are based entirely on demonstrated need through this process.
Sea Crest provides flexible tuition as a grant, which is not expected to be repaid to the school. Grants vary in size depending on need.
Flexible tuition applications are filed separately from admissions applications. The Admissions Committee does not know which students are applying for flexible tuition. Grants are allocated in a highly confidential process by the Flexible Tuition Committee, which is comprised of school administrators.
We look forward to welcoming your family to our community.
Should you have any questions about our tuition, please contact:
Chief Financial Officer