TUITION & FINANCIAL AID

Thank you for your interest in Montverde Academy. Tuition for the 2022-23 school year is as follows:

Boarding

Boarding

Tuition: $54,775
Less Deposit: $7,500
One Payment: $47,275
Two Payment: $24,583
Monthly: N/A

Day 6-12 & Post-grad

Tuition: $20,370
Less Deposit: $1,500
One Payment: $18,870
Two Payment: $9,812
Monthly: $1,853

Day K-5

Tuition: $16,080
Less Deposit: $1,500
One Payment: $14,580
Two Payment: $7,582
Monthly: $1,431

Pre-K3 Program

Pre-K3 5-Day Program

Tuition: $9,740
Less Deposit: $1,500
Plan 1: $8,240
Plan 3: $809

Pre-K4 Program

Pre-K4 5-Day Program

Tuition: $12,100
Less Deposit: $1,500
Plan 1: $10,600
Plan 3: $1,041

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Affording a Montverde Academy Education

Montverde Academy acknowledges that the cost of a college preparatory program is significant. We are dedicated to making an educational experience of this caliber affordable for highly qualified students who need financial assistance.

At Montverde Academy, we boast socioeconomic diversity within our student body. The goal of our financial aid program is to enroll accepted students who otherwise would not be able to attend due to financial limitations.

Our financial aid program serves families of students in Grades 6-12 and is based strictly on demonstrated financial need. Montverde Academy does not offer academic or athletic scholarships. Families must re-apply on an annual basis.

Your family’s financial need is objectively evaluated annually using the Independent School Management’s program, Financial Aid for School Tuition (FAST). Based on the information you provide, FAST gives us an estimated amount your family can reasonably contribute toward educational tuition. FAST does not determine whether financial aid will be awarded nor does it guarantee that amount. Rather, the analysis guides the Montverde Academy Financial Aid Committee in making fair and objective financial aid decisions.

In addition to being an accepted student at Montverde Academy, a candidate must also meet the following criteria in order to receive financial aid:

  • Demonstrate strong academic standing and remain so while receiving financial aid allocation
  • Be community-minded with excellent character and integrity
  • Be involved in extracurricular activities
  • Be current with financial obligations to Montverde Academy

The Financial Aid Committee will evaluate all submitted materials; however, it is not always possible for Montverde Academy to provide financial aid that fully matches the demonstrated need of every family. Funding is awarded annually until the financial aid resources are depleted. Families considering applying for financial aid are therefore encouraged to apply for admission for their student well in advance of their upcoming school year.

Montverde Academy awards financial aid to students without regard to race, gender, religion, national origin or disability.

The Francisco Lindor Scholarship Fund

The Francisco Lindor Scholarship Fund, established in 2020 through a gift to Montverde Academy from alumnus Francisco Lindor, will provide current and/or prospective students with financial assistance to help offset the cost of tuition. To be eligible to apply for the Lindor Scholarship, a family must demonstrate financial need, which will be determined through the financial aid process. The financial aid award offered in the admissions process will remain the same if the student is chosen as a Lindor Scholar. There are no extra financial aid dollars associated with the Lindor Scholar selection.

The W. Daniel Mills Theatre Scholarship Fund

To honor their son Daniel’s legacy, in 2020 the Mills family established the W. Daniel Mills scholarship, so other young, deserving, and talented students would have the opportunity to grow their talents and live their dreams as Daniel had within the walls of Montverde Academy’s exceptional Theatre Conservatory program. The purpose of this scholarship is to provide financial assistance to deserving students (current or prospective) who have a demonstrated need for financial assistance to make an opportunity for participation in the Theatre Conservatory at the Academy possible.