Tuition and Financial Aid
Each year Christ School invests in its students by allotting a portion of its budget to financial aid. In doing so, the school enrolls a population of students representative of the diverse world in which we live. The primary objective of Christ School’s financial aid program is to attract and enroll families and students who might otherwise not consider Christ School due to financial reasons.
Funding a Christ School education can be more manageable than what it first appears. To discuss your situation or for more information, please contact:
Director of Admission and Financial Aid
500 Christ School Road
Arden, NC 28704
DID YOU KNOW?
- Admission Decisions and Financial Aid decisions are made separately
- Financial Aid Awards are granted each year
- Financial Aid Renewals are based on continued demonstrated need
- Boarding Students receive $34,043 on average*
- Day Students receive $14,151 on average*
|*These financial aid packages include both need-based and academic merit-based scholarships|
Christ School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.
Domestic Tuition, Room & Board - $61,290
International Tuition, Room & Board* - $65,550
*Inclusive of other fees such as airport shuttles, room and board over short breaks, visa support, and more
Tuition - $32,155
Weekly allowance $20-$30*
Evening Supported Study Hall (ESSH) - $1,350 per semester (This is an optional expense. More information on ESSH is available through the Admission Office)
*Fees for books and allowances are estimates.
Learning Resource Program
$3,850 per year
Christ School offers a limited number of generous scholarships through its Headmaster’s Scholarship Program. Students must be nominated for the The Headmaster’s Scholarship, which is based solely on merit.
Candidates who are interested in the Headmaster’s Scholarship Program must meet certain criteria in order to be considered. Achievement in academics, athletics, extracurricular participation, and community service are all ways a student might qualify for consideration. Ultimately, this program ensures that we will continue to enroll exceptional young men, each of whom will enrich the Christ School community.
Learn more about the Headmaster's Scholarship Program here.
Christ School is proud to offer need-based financial assistance to families who qualify.
Tuition Assistance is based solely on demonstrated need. A candidate’s family must provide detailed financial information which is analyzed by School and Student Services by NAIS for Financial Aid and Christ School's financial aid office. Because financial aid funds are limited, not all families who demonstrate need will receive assistance. All families are welcome to apply.
Monthly Payment Plan
To assist families, Christ School offers a 10-month payment plan. Payments begin July 1, with nine subsequent payments due the 1st of each month thereafter.
For more information including forms, deadlines, and mailing addresses, reach out to Palmer Straughn (email@example.com), Director of Admission and Financial Aid.