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"TUITION ASSISTANCE AT TPS IS A GIFT, NOT JUST TO THOSE STUDENTS WHO RECEIVE IT, BUT TO EVERYONE IN THE TPS COMMUNITY." -- MARK FEINER '87, ASSISTANT HEAD OF SCHOOL AT GREENWICH ACADEMY


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Tuition Assistance at TPS

Tuxedo Park School is a small school that has made a a big difference for generations. In the late 1960s, the school offered its first scholarships to promising students whose families could not pay all of the fees. Since that time, TPS, like all independent schools, has adopted a policy and a process for applying for financial aid, now called Tuition Assistance. Most independent schools used to have families who either paid tuition at the full rate or received an almost full scholarship. Now many schools, including TPS, offer partial funding opportunities for families who qualify for modest tuition assistance but can still pay a good portion of the tuition with their own resources. This allows strong students, whose family's financial situation would not otherwise allow it, to attend our school. 37% of TPS students receive tuition assistance this year, offered in the form of direct grants.
 
Thanks to the generosity of many in our community, Tuxedo Park School has a Scholarship Endowment that helps fund some of the Tuition Assistance currently available to our families. With the participation of many of our Tuition Assistance students, our entire school community benefits and thrives: our classes, teams, and art programs are more robust. Moreover, because our students are so accomplished and desirable upon graduation, they are not only receiving need-based financial assistance at their secondary schools, but many are also receiving merit scholarships.


Mission

Process

Need Determination

Qualifications

Family Expectations

For more information, contact Kristen Heard, Director of Admissions and Tuition Assistance. (845) 351.4737

Non-Discrimination Policy

Tuxedo Park School welcomes and values a diversified school community. It does not discriminate on the basis of religion, race, color, disability, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, financial aid programs, and other school-administered programs.



Tuition Assistance Application

Parents' Financial Statement Workbook and Instructions for Families

IMPORTANT DATES
November 1 – Application process is open; parents may begin completing the online form (PFS). The School employs the services of SSS (School and Student Services), an online financial assistance application program sponsored by the National Association of Independent Schools.

RETURNING FAMILIES
January 15 – On-line applications (PFS) must be completed.

February 22 - Current families’ documentation, including W-2’s and current tax returns, must be submitted to SSS.

NEW FAMILIES
February 1 – Tuition Assistance applications for families applying for admission to TPS must be completed, including W-2’s and current tax returns.

Parents (both returning and new) who do not meet the deadline may jeopardize the opportunity to be considered for assistance.

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