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Tuition & Financial Aid

Investing in your child's future

A Calhoun education is an investment in the future of young people well-equipped to make a transformative impact on the world around them. 

We understand that investing in an independent school education is a significant choice that requires careful planning.  We look forward to working with you to determine the best path for your child’s future.

Financial Aid

In order to make education more affordable to families, Calhoun is committed to providing need-based financial aid for students in kindergarten through 12th grade.

Read more about financial aid and how to apply. For questions, please contact Andrew Hume, Director of Enrollment and Financial Aid. 

Payment Plan Options

Families may pay tuition and fees in one of three ways:

  • One-Payment Plan: Tuition is due in full on June 1.
  • 50/50 Plan: Tuition is paid in two installments: 50 percent by June 1 and the other 50 percent by January 1.
  • 10-Month Payment Plan: Tuition is due each month beginning on May 1, with the final installment due February 1.

For all three plans, families may opt for a direct debit option.

“Calhoun is one of the best experiences I've ever had. The teachers really connect with you. They make sure that every kid gets the best out of their education.”

Hudson L. ‘25

Middle School students

Tuition & Fees, 2024-25

Calhoun’s inclusive tuition covers all materials, books, snacks, field trips and required overnight trips. It also covers lunch for all full-day students.

  • Half-Day 3's: $34,000
  • Full-Day 3's: $39,000
  • 4's: $43,000
  • Kindergarten: $59,200
  • 1st–12th Grades: $63,500

Other Fees

  • PA dues: $150 per family
  • Enrollment fee: up to $1000 one-time administrative fee for families new to Calhoun.

For More Information

Andrew Hume
Director of Enrollment and Financial Aid