Tuition and Fees

A Worthwhile Investment

I’ve talked to so many parents who say, ‘I would love to send my child to private school, but I just can’t afford it.’ I believe that all parents want what is best for our children and ultimately, we must trust that God is watching over and protecting our children where ever they may be. However, if you feel God leading you to send your child to Ad Fontes, don’t be discouraged by the ‘how.’ God will provide the way. For us, we feel strongly God has led us to this school and while it does require our family to make sacrifices to do it, by following His plan and sending our son and daughter to Ad Fontes, we are training them up to be disciples of Christ in a loving, supportive environment where they are thriving. We are very thankful to be part of the Ad Fontes family.
Stephanie Reichlein, Ad Fontes Parent

2017-18 Tuition

  • Junior Kindergarten (half day): $4,450
  • Kindergarten: $8,900
  • Grades 1-6: $9,400
  • Grades 7-8: $9,975
  • Grades 9-12: $10,750

Payment Plans:

New Student Application Fee: $150 per students in Grades K-4 and $100 per students in Grades 5-12 with maximum of $300 per family. Students in Grades 5-12 will also need to pay for the ISEE assessment test which is $100-125 per student depending on the testing location.

Multi-child discount: Ad Fontes offers a voluntary multi-child discount of 10% for families not receiving financial aid who have a need and request the discount. This 10% discount will apply to the second child and all additional children enrolled at AFA. The oldest child will be at full tuition.

Tuition assistance: Ad Fontes provides need-based tuition aid to qualifying families. All families will pay at least 40% of the tuition. You apply through the FACTS link on our tuition assistance page.

Required Student Fees:

  • Junior Kindergarten supplies and field trip fee: $145
  • Lower School (K-6) Supplies/Field Trip Fee: $245; Grade 6 Book Fee: $100
  • Upper School Curriculum and Retreat Fee – Grades 7-8: $295 and Grades 9-12: $420

Upper School students keep their literature books to build their own Great Books library.

Additional Student Costs:

  • School Uniforms
  • After-school Sports, Clubs and Classes
  • Field trips/retreats and school supplies (Upper School)
  • Protocol Dinner and Dance (High School students)