Epstein Hillel School is offering several new affordability programs for the 2020-2021 school year.
Parents may apply for more than one program and will receive tuition adjustments from the program that is most financially beneficial for each child.
Epstein Hillel School recognizes that the cost of independent school tuition may seem out of reach for some families and that every family situation is unique. We invite parents to explore this process with individualized support.
The Discover Program is available for K-1 students entering EHS for the first time in 2020-2021. This grant program offers qualifying families a flat tuition rate of $9,000 per year for two years. Eligible families must have a family adjusted gross income between $100,000 and $299,000. For families with adjusted gross incomes below $100,000, we offer the Reach Program.
The Leap Program is available for students entering 4th – 8th grade for the first time in 2020-2021. This grant program offers qualifying families a flat tuition rate of $11,000 for the first year with a maximum increase of 3% per year until graduation. Eligible families must have a family adjusted gross income between $100,000 and $299,000. For families with adjusted gross incomes below $100,000, we offer the Reach Program.
The Reach Program is an annual grant which offsets the cost of tuition to make an EHS education within reach for all families. The needs-based grant application process is managed by a confidential online third-party called FACTS. Families may qualify for up to 80% tuition reduction.
As part of the tuition assistance process, the school requires families to complete the tuition assistance application through FACTS. The school utilizes the reports from FACTS along with any additional information provided by the family to determine the amount of the tuition assistance award.
Returning families must be current in their tuition obligation to apply for the next year’s tuition assistance. Tuition assistance applications, including all required tax documents, must be completed within the designated timeline that is found on our site under Funding Your Child’s Education.
For more information about FACTS visit FACTS Management Grant & Aid Assessment page.
If you have any further questions, please contact:
William A. Potter
Director of Finance and Operations
781-639-2880 ext. 202