Last Thursday, the Prep School English department held its annual Summer Reading Symposium for 11th and 12th grade students.
Tuition & Financial Aid
Tuition for the 2019-2020 Academic Year
Please note that at CGPS there are no additional fees. The tuition charge is all-encompassing, covering everything from books, lunch, class trips, athletics and all required activities.
|Grade 9-Grade 11||$53,190|
Columbia Grammar & Preparatory School is strongly committed to a program designed to ensure its educational offerings are made affordable to academically qualified students who might otherwise not be able to attend. All financial aid is need-based. The degree of need is determined by an analysis of both the School and Student Service for Financial Aid forms (SSS), available here, and the family's most recent federal income tax return with supporting documents (e.g. W2s, 1099s etc.).
Please contact Carrie Salvatore, Director of Admission and Enrollment Management, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212.749.6200 x293 with any questions you may have, or refer to the Financial Aid FAQs below.
Tuition Refund Plan:
The Tuition Refund Plan is a form of insurance originated by Dewar to provide families the opportunity to protect their tuition investment in independent schools and colleges. The program refunds a portion of the unused annual tuition and insured fees when students are withdrawn or dismissed for reasons that are covered under the Plan. The Plan's benefit extends to the School by helping to insure receipt of its budgeted tuition income. We strongly encourage all families to participate in this program
- Who should I contact with questions regarding my specific situation?
- What percentage of families receive financial aid?
- Is there a maximum financial aid award?
- Are merit scholarships available?
- How does CGPS determine need?
- What fees are covered by Financial Aid?
The degree of need is determined by an analysis made by the School and Student Service for Financial Aid forms (SSS). The forms are available here. Taken into consideration are a family's most recent federal income tax return with supporting documents (e.g. W2s, 1099s etc.).