Tuition & Affordability
2017-2018 Annual Tuition & Fees Affordability
The Summit is committed to socioeconomic diversity within its community. We believe this diversity enriches the educational experience for all. Participation of families with various socioeconomic backgrounds is essential to the health of the school. Because of this commitment, the school charges a range of tuitions which can accommodate lower, middle, and upper income families. Every Summit family is expected to contribute to the successful operation and growth of the school at a level commensurate with their financial circumstances. Prospective Summit families who are interested in determining their tuition scale placement will be asked to provide financial information through FACTS Nelnet Solutions. This information, which is secure and held in the strictest confidence, will be used to determine where the family falls within the tuition range.
The best way to find out if your family falls on the Sliding Scale is to fill out a FACTS application.
*The Summit reserves the right to cap the total amount of sliding-scale reduced tuition awarded, dependent on available funds and class space.
Tuition & Fees
|Half Day Beginners & PreKindergarten||$5,165|
|Full Day Beginners & PreKindergarten||$8,160|
|Elementary School: Kindergarten through Fifth Grade||$8,330|
|Middle School: Sixth through Eighth Grade||$9,065|
|High School: Ninth through Twelfth Grade||$9,770|
|High School SOAR: Dual Enrollment “Early College” Experience||$2,500 + per course cost|
In addition to tuition, an annual Growth Fund amount will be charged to each student. The Growth Fund is a variable amount based upon the number of students enrolled in The Summit, as of September 1st each year. This amount will not exceed $1,300.00 in the 2017-2018 school year, and will decrease as enrollment numbers reach defined growth milestones.
The Summit also offers Tuition Insurance from the Hanover Insurance Group. For more information about Tuition Insurance please click here.