Our aim is to help make Rock Point School affordable for all accepted students. Many of our students receive some form of financial aid. Tuition at Rock Point School includes all academic materials and books, field trips, trips to cultural events, dormitory events (except some skiing/snowboarding events), weekend trips, and meals. Please give me a call if you want to discuss making Rock Point School affordable for your child.
Hillary Kramer, Admissions Director, 802 863-1104, x12
Tuition: 2015 – 2016 School Year
Boarding Student $57,700
Day Student $28,400
Rock Point School is proud to provide financial assistance to its students. During a student’s first year, we base our financial aid decision on need and the availability of funds. For their following years, we base our decision on need and availability of funds, as well as on merit. All candidates must complete and submit the relevant financial forms, and provide copies of the last 2 years of tax returns.
How to Apply for Financial Aid
- Fill out the Rock Point School Application for Financial Aid and send it in to the school.
- Send the school a copy of your two most recent, completed federal income tax returns.
- Fill out the online Parents’ Financial Statement. This is a service offered by the School and Student Services of the National Association of Independent Schools. Clicking on this link will take you to their website, where you can fill out the form. The Rock Point School’s code is 6114.
Forms are also available from the Rock Point School Admissions office.
Please note that Rock Point School awards financial assistance each year. The only aid we provide is in the form of scholarships. Our goal, within the constraints of fairness and limited funds, is to make it possible for all families to meet their child’s educational expenses at Rock Point School. While the School cannot promise to meet every family’s request for assistance, each family’s situation is reviewed thoroughly. As an institution, we do not offer any borrowing programs. Any educational loans need to be applied for and awarded independently of Rock Point School.