Jarrow Montessori strives to have a diverse student body. We believe that economic diversity contributes to a strong and healthy school community, and therefore the school endeavors to providing eligible families with financial assistance. Applications are reviewed confidentially and are considered separately from admissions.
Financial need is determined based on a family’s total financial picture, which includes income and expenses, as well as assets, such as savings accounts, investments, home equity and real estate, and liabilities, such as mortgages, student loans and medical bills. All families are expected to contribute some amount to tuition obligations.
Financial aid funding comes primarily from the school’s fundraising activities, as well as the school’s operating budget. While financial aid grants are gifts to students and families that do not need to be repaid, it is hoped that, when possible, a portion of these grants will be replenished by the recipient family at some later date in order to provide opportunities for future students applying for aid. Families granted financial assistance are also expected to give back to Jarrow through volunteerism.
If applying for financial aid, click on the Financial Aid Info 2018-19 for detailed instructions. If you have any questions about Financial Aid please click here or contact the business office at firstname.lastname@example.org. Here are all the deadlines for Financial Aid this year:
Enrollment, Dates, and Deposit requirements
|Enrollment Contract Deadline Date:||February 16, 2018|
|Deposit Due on 2/16/18:||$250.00|
|Financial Aid Application Deadline:||February 16, 2018|
|Notification of Award:||February 16, 2018|
|Award Acceptance Deadline:||March 1, 2018|
Using the same process adopted by thousands of other private schools, we rely on the School and the Student Service for Financial Aid (SSS) based in Princeton, NJ. In this way, families are assured of a confidential and unbiased review of their financial statements. After you have read the instructions per Financial Aid Info 2018-19, you may complete the parent’s financial statement with School and Student Service for Financial Aid (SSS).