Montverde Academy Financial Aid Program
Montverde Academy’s Financial Aid Program offers qualified students the opportunity to attend the Academy despite financial circumstances. Financial aid awards are made based on the family’s financial need and availability of funds.
Montverde Academy is a member of the School and Student Service for Financial Aid (SSS), in Randolph, Massachusetts, which assists schools in making financial aid decisions. School and Student Service for Financial Aid provides a common base by which a family’s need is measured fairly and equitably.
Montverde Academy requires all families requesting or receiving aid to file an annual Parents’ Financial Statement with the School and Student Service for Financial Aid (SSS) and submit copies of the previous year’s IRS Form 1040 and W-2 Wage & Tax Statement to the SSS website.
Awards are made yearly and Montverde Academy families are expected to reapply for financial aid for each academic year. Awards are made on a first-come, first-served basis so it would be beneficial to families seeking financial aid to meet all financial aid deadlines. Late requests for assistance will be considered if funds remain available.
Montverde Academy adheres to the National Association of Independent Schools’ Principles of Good Practice.
PLEASE NOTE: Beginning in school year 2015 – 2016, Financial Aid will no longer be offered to new students enrolling in Lower School. Families already receiving financial aid will be exempt. Families who are returning who are seeking financial aid in the Lower School will not be eligible. Should you have questions regarding the Academy’s need-based financial aid program, please contact Jack Sweeney, Dean of Admission, at 407-469-2561 or via email.