How to Apply
Calhoun processes its Tuition Assistance applications through Tuition Aid Data Services (TADS). Complete instructions are available at TADS. Please submit the application and all supporting material by December 15, 2016.
All parents, guardians, stepparents and domestic partners must complete the application online. In the case of divorced or separated families, both households must fill out the application. In addition to the application, required supporting materials including tax returns, W2s, pay stubs, and proof of self-employment if applicable must by submitted to TADS either electronically, by fax or by mail.
Families applying for entry into kindergarten, 1st Grade, 3rd Grade, 6th Grade, 7th Grade or 9th Grade for the 2017-2018 academic year are invited to apply for tuition assistance. Assistance won't be available for incoming students in other grades.
For More Information About the Application
For questions regarding the Tuition Assistance application process or how to fill out or submit forms, please contact the TADS helpline at: 1.800.477.8237 or e-mail TADS Support. Support and Tuition Assistance forms are available in English and Spanish.
Also see Tuition Assistance FAQs.
Should you have particular circumstances that should be shared with Calhoun's Tuition Assistance Committee, or if the December 15 deadline is difficult, please send a letter of explanation to Andrew Hume by December 1, 2016.
Tuition Assistance Policy & Guidelines
Calhoun endorses the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) Principles of Fair Practice for the Administration of Financial Aid. The primary responsibility for financing a Calhoun education rests with the family. In cases of separation or divorce, both parents are financially responsible for tuition and are required to submit financial statements and tax returns to TADS.
Calhoun is committed to providing ongoing assistance to K–12 families who enroll at Calhoun with tuition assistance and continue to demonstrate financial need. Families who enroll in K–12 paying full tuition are not eligible for tuition assistance in their time at Calhoun. In cases when a family's financial situation changes significantly, Calhoun has a small pool of emergency assistance available for one year only.
Deadline for 2017–18 School Year
Please submit a Tuition Assistance application by December 15, 2016.