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applying for financial aid

Families applying for entry into kindergarten through 9th grade are invited to apply for financial aid.

Calhoun processes its financial aid applications through School and Student Services (SSS). Complete instructions are available at SSS.

All parents, guardians, stepparents and domestic partners must complete the application online. When families have more than one household, each household 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 SSS.

Applying to SSS

SSS Financial Aid Overview

Learn more about the Financial Aid process through SSS.

SSS Financial Aid Application
Partner Code: 1996

Deadline for Financial Aid Applications

Financial aid applications will be due December 5, 2022.

For questions regarding the financial aid application process or how to fill out or submit forms, please contact the SSS helpline at 1-800-344-8328 or email SSS Support. Support and financial aid forms are available in English and Spanish.


Special Circumstances

Should you have particular circumstances that should be shared with Calhoun's Financial Aid Committee, please include detailed information about special circumstance in your SSS Application within the Other Consideration section. Special circumstances may include a non-working parent or difficulty getting financial documentation for a second household. 

Financial Aid 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. All parents and households are financially responsible for tuition and are required to submit financial statements and tax returns to SSS.

Calhoun is committed to providing ongoing assistance to K–12 families who receive financial aid and continue to demonstrate financial need. Families who enroll in K-12 paying full tuition are not eligible for financial aid in their first four years at Calhoun. Families who enroll in preschool may apply for financial aid in kindergarten. In cases when a family's financial situation changes significantly, Calhoun has a small pool of emergency aid guaranteed for one year only. Current families are invited to reach out to Director of Enrollment with questions about affordability. 

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.
  • 12-Month Payment Plan: Tuition is due each month beginning on March 1, with the final installment due February 1.

For more information please contact Andrew Hume, Director of Enrollment.

Financial Aid FAQs