Beta (noon dismissal:5 half days)
Beta (3 p.m. dismissal: 5 full days)
Lower School (Grades 1-4)
Middle School (Grade 5)
Middle School (Grades 6 – 8)
$1,000 Deposit: Required upon enrollment or re-enrollment to Presbyterian School. This deposit is applied toward tuition. The first annual tuition payment is June 1.
$500 New Student Fee: Required upon enrollment for the first time to Presbyterian School. This fee is non-refundable and charged only once and only the first time a student enrolls at Presbyterian School.
Early Care (no extra cost)
PreKindergarten - 8th grade
7:30 a.m. - the start of school
After Care (no extra cost)
Beta - 8th grade
dismissal - 4:30 p.m.
Extended Care (daily fee of $15)
Beta - 8th grade
After School Auxiliary Classes ($250-650 depends on class)
Beta - 8th grade
dismissal- 6 p.m. (times vary, depends on class)
Hot Lunch (approx. $6 a meal)
Athletics (no extra cost)
Technology and iPads (no extra cost)
Books, Apps and Supplies (no extra cost)
Field trips and Class trips (no extra cost)
Click here to read more about what is included in the cost of tuition. The tuition charged by Presbyterian School includes the costs of educating your child. Tuition includes expenses for classroom supplies, enrichment, technology, and Middle School class trips. It does not include lunch or uniforms.
Tuition Refund Insurance:
The school offers a Tuition Refund plan through A.W.G. Dewar, Inc. The cost is 1% of tuition. Participation in the Tuition Refund Plan is required for students whose tuition is paid on the two-payment, ten-payment or an individualized payment plan. It is optional for students whose tuition is paid in full by June.
Since its opening in 1989, Presbyterian School has been committed to facilitating access to an independent school education for families with financial need. Each year’s school budget contains a significant amount of funds specifically earmarked for this purpose.
Students are eligible for financial aid when they become full-time students, from Prekindergarten through Eighth grade. From year to year, approximately 10% -15% of eligible students receive financial assistance. A wide range of families have been served by the school’s financial aid program. Recognizing the high costs associated with private education, the school makes every effort to help families with a demonstrated need, including those suffering temporary financial hardships. All deliberations regarding tuition assistance and financial aid are held in strict confidence so that faculty and other members of the community are not aware of the students receiving assistance.
Financial Aid Checklist:
By February 5, 2018, the following information MUST be completed and in the hands of FAST (Financial Aid for School Tuition).
- Complete the Presbyterian School Financial Aid Application by clicking on the FAST icon below.
- Submit 2017 Federal tax returns, including all supporting schedules, W2s and 1099s. If your return is not complete, please provide all applicable 2016 tax data available.
FAST Parent User Guide
FAST Parent User Guide (Spanish)
1. Returning students must reapply each year for financial aid. New students should apply for financial aid concurrent to the admission process. New students must be accepted for admission to be eligible for financial aid.
2. PS has a limited number of testing and application fee waivers for students applying for financial aid. Please contact the Admission Office should you need one.
Student financial award decisions will be mailed by March.
The financial aid process is confidential. Parents are encouraged to contact Kristin Brown, Director of Admission and Financial Aid, to gather more information about the process.
Presbyterian School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (gender), national origin, sexual orientation or any other class protected by local, state or federal law in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, financial aid, other school administered programs or in its employment practices. The school believes in the strength of a diverse community and welcomes inquiry from all families.