Tuition, Fees & Financial Aid

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  • Tuition & Fees 2024-2025

    Tuition 2024 - 2025

    Preschool (ages 3 & 4).........$34,070
    Grades 1 - 5…..................…..$52,230
    Grades 6 - 12….................….$59,235

    *Includes the following: Middle and Upper School lunch, Trips, Tuition Insurance, Technology Fee, Supplemental Student Accident Insurance, and Parents Association Dues.

    Fees 2024 - 2025

    Computer: All 6th grade students and new students entering the Middle School will be billed approximately $700 for the purchase of an iPad and software. Newly enrolled students entering grades 9 - 11 may choose to purchase a laptop from the School at a cost of approximately $1,600, or may bring their own device as long as it meets School specifications.

    Lunch: Optional for Lower School students in grades 1-5, for a fee of $1,450. Books: Students in grades 6-12 will purchase books through our on-line bookstore at mbsdirect. net. The approximate cost may range between $400 - $1,300 per student per year, depending on the classes selected.

    Transportation: Contracts are available for bus services for students upon request from the transportation office. Costs vary based on bus routes.
  • Clarity - Financial Aid

    Dwight-Englewood School partners with Clarity to manage the financial aid application process.

    Please review the Clarity Application Guide. This guide will walk you step-by-step through the Clarity application for the 2024-2025 academic year.
  • Financial Aid Access and Equity

    Investing in a Dwight-Englewood School education is a major commitment on the part of the family and should be given thoughtful consideration. Dwight-Englewood offers $6.2 million in need-based grants to allow for socioeconomic diversity and access to students who are the best fit for our community. 

    Financial need is defined as the difference between a family’s financial resources and the school’s tuition fee.  The program’s goal is to assist qualified students whose families could not otherwise afford an independent school education. In line with this commitment, our financial aid recipients also receive additional support designed to offset expenses related to various essential components of a D-E education, including transportation, textbooks, and technology.

    In addition to need-based financial aid, Dwight-Englewood also provides a Ten-Month Payment Plan which gives families the option to make monthly payments with no interest charges.  For families receiving financial aid, the payment plan begins in July of the summer prior to enrollment.

    The program assists families in grades Kindergarten through 12 with preference given to those students in the Middle and Upper Schools.  Families with children applying to Lower School should not expect to receive any more than half the cost of tuition in need-based financial aid. 
  • Financial Aid for Current Families

    Current Dwight-Englewood Families must submit a completed financial aid application through the Clarity portal by November 15th, 2024.
  • Financial Aid for New Applicants

    Dwight-Englewood School partners with Clarity to manage the financial aid application process. Click here to learn how to start your Clarity account and submit your application. Financial Aid applications for new applicants are due by December 15th, 2024

    No consideration for financial aid will be made unless the student has been accepted to the School.  Qualified families whose applications for financial aid are submitted correctly and on time are given priority in the distribution of funds. New applicant families who submit aid applications after December 15, 2024, are evaluated on a funds available basis.  In addition, financial aid is offered only to U.S. Citizens or permanent residents of the U.S.  

    Decisions for admissions and financial aid are made by two separate committees, but information about your financial aid package will be reflected in your online enrollment contract and by a separate letter from the Financial Aid Committee.  


    Dwight-Englewood School está asociado con Clarity para manejar el proceso de ayuda financiera. Haga click aquí para comenzar su cuenta con Clarity. La fecha límite para enviar sus aplicaciones de asistencia financiera es 15 de diciembre del 2024.

    Las consideraciones financieras se realizan una vez que el alumno ha sido aceptado. Se dará prioridad de los fondos financieros a las familias cuyas aplicaciones han sido emitidas a tiempo y sin errores. Las aplicaciones recibidas después del 15 de diciembre del 2024 serán evaluadas y recibirán asistencia financiera en base a los fondos disponibles. La ayuda financiera es disponible solo para ciudadanos norteamericanos y residentes permanentes de Estados Unidos. 

    Las decisiones de admisiones y financiamiento son tomadas por dos comités separados, sin embargo el resultado de la asistencia financiera se puede ver online en el contrato de cada aplicante y a través de la carta que recibirá por separado del Comité de Financiamiento.
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Located in Englewood, New Jersey, Dwight-Englewood is a greater New York City area private school with a rigorous college prep curriculum for boys and girls in preschool through grade 12.