Tuition for the 2023–2024 School Year:
|2nd (and each additional) child
You may pay annually, biannually, or monthly.
Financial Aid for the 2023-2024 School Year
Financial aid may be applied for at any point in the enrollment process.
Three Rivers Village School uses FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment, an independent agency, to assist in determining the amount that a family can contribute towards their children’s education. The financial analysis of applicants is based on a federal formula adapted to the region and the school’s budget. Income is a large indicator to the analysis but other factors including but not limited to assets and property ownership are considered in determining need. The school’s Financial Aid Committee uses this information provided by FACTS as a guide in allocating awards.
Financial aid is determined per family, not per student. If you receive financial aid, the percentage discount for second, third, and subsequent siblings may be greater than what is listed in the tuition table above.
Families must apply for aid every year.
Financial Aid Application Process
At any time during your enrollment process you may use the FACTS website to apply for financial aid. There is no fee to apply.
The following are required in order for FACTS to process your application:
- A completed online application.
- Copies of your most recent tax return, including all schedules.
- Copies of your W-2’s for both applicant and co-applicant.
- Copies of supporting documentation for Social Security Income, Welfare, Child Support, Food Stamps, Workers’ Compensation, and TANF
Three Rivers Village School admits students without regard to family financial ability to pay. The school is deeply committed to being accessible to families of all income levels through our financial aid program. All families who are interested in attending the school are encouraged to fill out the Financial Aid Application!
Donations help our move and allow financial aid.
We are committed to being accessible to families of all backgrounds and income levels. Compassionately operated private schools don’t need to exclude anyone.