Rectory's Comprehensive Tuition
Rectory offers a Comprehensive Tuition Plan. This plan ensures complete transparency regarding annual expenses for your child to attend Rectory School.
Under the Comprehensive Plan, tuition includes the cost of attending Rectory's academic program, use of a Chromebook, textbooks, field trips, meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner for boarding students and lunch for day students), athletics (equestrian has an additional fee), MELP, many weekend activities for boarding students, laundry for 7-day boarders, yearbooks, and tuition refund insurance.
Families are also able to choose from a variety of payment options which can be found below.
An Investment in Knowledge
Rectory provides $2.2 million in financial aid each year to 30% of the student body. Click the buttons below to learn more:
Additional Services Available (Not Included in Tuition)
- Transportation to and from Rectory - Varies
- Individualized Instruction Program (IIP) - $8,400
- Small Group IIP - $5,300
- Evening Tutoring - $50/45-minute session
- Online World Language (OWL) - $800
- Equestrian (Fall Athletics) - $1,400
- Laundry for 5-day Boarders - $1,100
- Weekend Overnight Fee for 5-day Boarders - $175/night
- Private Music Lessons - $1,200
Families may choose from a variety of payment options. Payment options are as follows:
WIRING FUNDS: Please contact the Business Office for the steps to wire funds. Thank you.
International Student Accident and Health Insurance
International Student Accident and Health Insurance is required for all students whose primary residence is outside the United States and who do not have primary health coverage with a U.S.-based insurance company. If you have a non U.S. address, the cost of this insurance coverage will be added to your billing statement. The policy is for 10 months while the student is in residence at Rectory School.
Terms of Coverage: September 1, 2020-June 30, 2021
A nonrefundable Reservation Deposit, equal to 10% of contracted tuition, is required with Rectory's Enrollment Contract. This amount is used to fund the student's School bank account.
Student School Bank Account
Students in grades 5-9 are required to maintain a student bank account. Charges to a student's bank account may include, but are not limited to, School Store and athletic purchases, travel expenses, allowance, medical expenses, athletic fees, testing fees, clubs, and weekend activities (not covered in tuition). The student bank account must have sufficient funds to allow charging privileges, including weekly allowance. Any balance remaining in the account after all charges have been processed at the end of the school year will be refunded (or applied to the next school year, at the parents' request) in August.