Affording Lawrence

The typical family profile at Lawrence School is unlike that of most other private or parochial schools.

We understand that many of our families never imagined their child would require an independent school education, and therefore require financial assistance to even consider this option. While we do not offer 100 percent full-ride scholarships through our internal financial aid process, we do offer assistance to the majority of families that apply.

At Lawrence, we believe the ability for students to receive the individualized education they need should not be predicated on their parents' financial ability to pay a full tuition.

As such, financial support is essential to helping us continue to work towards the vision of Lawrence School, that one day all students who learn differently will have the opportunity, encouragement and resources to fulfill their potential and benefit society. Learn More

Scholarship Opportunities

Lawrence School is an approved provider for the Jon Peterson Special Needs Scholarship as well as the Autism Scholarship. Students who have Individual Education Plans (IEPs) from their public school district of residence qualify for funding. Scholarship amounts vary depending on the category of disability that has been identified by the local district. Learn More

Tuition

The following tuition levels have been set for the 2017-18 school year:

Grade LevelK-45-67-89-12
Tuition$23,188$24,094$26,570$28,442
Technology Feexx$400$750
Total$23,188$24,094$26,970$29,192

Payment Plans

Tuition payment options include annual, semi-annual or monthly payments. Mid-year enrollments are available with a prorated tuition.

Additional School Costs

There is a dress code at Lawrence School; families can expect to pay approximately $350 per year for clothing items. Additionally, at the Upper School there are fees for some extracurricular and athletic programs which range from $75 - $200, depending on the program. Other incidental costs can include school spirit wear, USB pens, headsets, trapper notebooks and college testing fees (SAT and ACT).

Did You Know?

In 2016-17...

  • 31% of Lawrence families received more than $1.2 million in need-based tuition assistance.
  • This represented an 18% increase over last year's total amount awarded.
  • Additionally, 73% of families received state-funded scholarship money from Jon Peterson or the Autism Scholarship program.
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