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We believe a student's ability to receive the individualized education they need should not be predicated on their parents' ability to pay full tuition.
Lawrence School offers both need-based Tuition Assistance and The Jon Petersen Scholarship. All students who have IEPs from their public school district of residence qualify for this Ohio Department of Education scholarship. Amounts vary depending on the category of disability.
Tuition payment options include annual, semi-annual or monthly payments. Mid-year enrollments are prorated.
Additional fees apply, including: Extracurricular activities, field trips, technology, etc.
Currently, 30% of our families receive need-based tuition assistance and approximately 95% receive funding from ODE. Every family’s circumstance is different, and without specific data, it is not possible to provide every out-of-pocket cost scenario. Contact the Admission team for more information.
A 529 Plan is traditionally a college savings plan that offers tax and financial aid benefits to families. However, you may now use 529 Plans towards K-12 tuition. Families may also qualify to deduct tuition costs from their federal income taxes. If you are interested in using your 529 funds for Lawrence School tuition, please contact your financial advisor.
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