Education is an investment - both for our families and for our school. We are committed to providing our students top-rated faculty, facilities and teaching resources to prepare them for their future. We are fortunate to have a strong Financial Aid budget to help close the gap between the costs of attending and a family's ability to pay.
Financial aid resources are need-based and require a completed financial aid application through the National Association of Independent Schools, School and Student Services (SSS). Awards are based on the demonstrated family need as outlined in the Parents Financial Statement (PFS) within SSS as well as the distinction of the applicant. Please understand that it is not always possible for the Financial Aid Committee to provide an award to fully match the demonstrated need of every family.
Hebron awards merit scholarships based on academic achievement, demonstrated leadership skills, extracurricular strengths and other criteria guided by the Academy.
Merit scholarship awards average between $5,000 and $10,000 annually. Completion of the application is all that is required for consideration for Hebron’s merit awards by the Admissions Committee.
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If you have additional questions regarding financing your student's independent school education at Hebron Academy, please contact Jennifer Ridley, Director of Admission and Financial Aid at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a consultation.