Kent Place is proud to announce that Yale senior Sophie Huttner — Kent Place Class of 2018 — has been named a 2023 Rhodes Scholar. Sophie, a global affairs major, is one of just 32 students out of a competitive pool of more than 2,500 selected for the prestigious academic program, which is hosted by the University of Oxford.
We're all about opportunity.
We believe a great education should be accessible to girls from all walks of life.
We're committed to providing grants (which don't need to be repaid) to families who demonstrate financial need. We also offer a tuition payment plan that allows families to make payments in monthly installments throughout the school year.
|Junior Pre-K: Half Day||$19,035|
|Junior Pre-K: Three Full Days/Two Half Days||$23,935|
|Junior Pre-K: Full Day||$27,200|
Tuition does not include the lunch program for Grades 1–12, which is $1,650 for the 2022-2023 academic year.
The lunch program is required for all students in Grades 1–12 and financial aid funding is available.
APPROXIMATE CHARGES FOR BOOKS AND FEES
Outside of tuition and lunch, families should anticipate spending the following in required school costs:
- Primary School - $1,000
- Middle School - $1,750
- Upper School - $2,000
In most cases, families who receive a need-based grant will see auxiliary school costs discounted at the same rate as their tuition discount. For an overview of costs covered by the Financial Aid Program, please see our guidelines.
We realize that for many families the monthly payment plan will not be sufficient to enable their child to attend Kent Place School. We offer qualified applicants for Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 12 need-based financial aid to bridge the gap between what a family can afford and the cost of tuition. Financial Aid at Kent Place is offered in the form of a need-based grant, which is an award that does not need to be repaid. Grants approach the full amount of tuition.