Financial Aid is awarded on the basis of financial need, and is distributed as equitably as possible based on an analysis of each family’s income, assets, and other relevant financial criteria. Applications for financial aid are evaluated annually by the School, and aid awards are reviewed and approved by the Financial Aid Committee of the Board of Trustees.
If a student is accepted to Saint Ann’s without having applied for financial aid during the initial application, the family will not ordinarily be eligible to apply for aid within the first three years of the student’s enrollment. Exceptions may be made in the event that a significant change in a family’s available income/assets can be demonstrated. This policy helps to ensure that the school can plan responsibly for the allocation of financial aid funds. If the application fee puts a strain on your family’s finances, please contact the Office of Admission at 718-522-1660 ext. 313.