12: Admissions application deadline
10: SSS application deadline, all families
17: Admissions notifications mailed (enrollment offers will include our tuition assistance award letters)
Providing your child with the best education possible can mean a significant financial investment. At Meridian, we aspire to attract families for whom quality education is a priority and a commitment; our goal is to provide access for qualified students regardless of a family’s ability to pay the full cost of tuition.
Tuition assistance is available to parents who qualify on the basis of information provided to Meridian through the School and Student Services (SSS) by NAIS. To apply for tuition assistance, please refer to the steps below. Tuition assistance is awarded on the basis of established need and is subject to the availability of funds. Applying for tuition assistance does not effect a student’s chances of admission.
The following steps outline the application process, required documents, and timeline.
Additional required documents:
Timeline: The PFS and all additional required documents are due Feb. 10, 2017.
Please be sure to list The Meridian School as a recipient when submitting your application. Families must complete a new application each year.
Established by The Meridian School’s Board of Trustees, the Marilyn Easton Endowment Fund provides scholarships for students of color demonstrating significant financial need. The Fund was established with the purpose of increasing access to a Meridian education in order to further our commitment to equity and inclusion and our effort to build an economically and racially diverse school community.
The fund is approaching $2 million, $500,000 of which was directly contributed by members of Meridian’s donor community.
If you believe your child(ren) may qualify for an endowment scholarship, please indicate this when completing your tuition assistance application via SSS.
Tuition for the 2017-2018 school year will be $22,263 (K-2) and $22,463 (3-5). The difference in tuition cost reflects the increased cost of field trips for the upper grades.