Financial Aid FAQs
Our team is here to help. Please find answers to most frequently asked questions about Financial Aid at Hebron Academy. For questions specific to your family, feel free to contact the Office of Admission at 207 966 5225 or email@example.com to schedule a call with our Director of Financial Aid.
- What does “need-based” financial aid mean?
- How does the school determine financial need?
- When is the financial aid application deadline?
- What if my 2019 W-2s and 1099s are not available by the deadline?
- When will I receive notification of my financial aid award?
- Will my financial aid award change from year to year?
- Is financial aid available for international students?
- Does Hebron offer merit awards?
- How do we apply for Financial aid if parents are separated or divorced?
- How do I know if I will qualify for financial aid?
Completion of the Parents' Financial Statement in SSS provides an objective picture of how much a family can contribute toward education. After calculating the difference between family resources and school tuition and fees, Hebron evaluates financial need against available financial aid funds to grant an award for an accepted sudent.
When applying for Financial Aid the following information will be requested as part of the SSS application.
- Family size
- Income from all sources
- Savings, investments, and other assets (including home equity)
- Children's assets
- Medical, dental, and unusual expenses.
Keep in mind that applying for financial aid does not guarantee that you will be eligible for assistance, and being eligible does not guarantee that financial aid will be available.
Yes, 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. If eligible, students may receive both need-based and merit-based aid.
If you feel that you’ll need financial assistance to attend Hebron, we encourage you to apply. Each family's situation is different, however more that fifty percent of families at Hebron receive some form of financial assistance.
Our team is here to support you throughout the process and answer questions specific to your family. If you would like to set up a Financial Aid consultation call, please contact us at (207) 966 5225 firstname.lastname@example.org.