Tuition, Scholarships & Financial Assistance
Tuition, fees and books for the 2017-2018 school year will be $18,600.00.
The Ursuline School awarded $1.6 million in academic scholarships and grants for the 2016-2017 academic year.
- Merici Academic Scholarships, named for Ursuline foundress St. Angela Merici, are awarded to top-scoring incoming freshman applicants based on the results of the TACHS/ISEE. Rising 9th graders from the Ursuline middle school are also eligible for Merici scholarships (formerly known as TUS 8 Scholarships).
- The Ursuline School Scholarship Exam is an additional opportunity for applicants for ninth grade to be considered for merit awards based on the results of this exam. Our Scholarship exam will be held Saturday, December 10, 2016 at 9:00 am at the school. The registration has closed, we cannot accommodate walk-ins.
- At the Moving Up ceremony in June, a number of scholarships and awards are presented to rising 9th graders from the Ursuline middle school.
- A limited number of privately-funded scholarships which have been established in honor or in memory of Ursuline alumnae, faculty, and administration become available each year to incoming 9th graders as well as rising 9th graders from the Ursuline middle school.
The Ursuline School is pleased to offer need based financial aid grants to all eligible students in our middle and high school.
TUS Grants and Work Study Grants are need-based financial awards for qualified middle and high school students, as demonstrated through the evaluation of a financial aid application by The Ursuline School Financial Aid Committee. All applications are processed by School & Student Services for Financial Aid at the Educational Testing Service in Princeton, New Jersey. The 2017-18 financial aid application will open October 24, 2016, you can complete an on-line application at www.sssbynais.org/parents. Our school code is 7878. The deadline for applications and supporting documentation for prospective students in 6th and 9th grades, prospective transfer students, renewal applicants and all current Ursuline students seeking aid for the first time is December 31, 2016.
The Educational Testing Service evaluates the information and then sends The Ursuline School a report. We then use all the information available to decide on an appropriate financial aid award. Need-based financial aid is granted at the the School's discretion, on a first come, first serve basis. This award is not automatically renewable from year to year. Each year you must re-submit an on-line application to www.sssbynais.org/parents to apply for a renewal of your award. The Ursuline School is not able to grant awards to all families with demonstrated need.
The Ursuline School Financial Aid Committee will be able to finalize aid awards only after your file is complete. Therefore, documentation should be provided as early as possible.