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Tuition & Financial Aid

Tuition and fees for the 2017-2018 school year are as follows:
      
7-Day Boarding Dorm or Host Home (Tuition/Room & Board): $40,500
Activity Fee: $3,000
Tuition Reimbursement Insurance (Optional): $1,000
Emergency Reserve Fund/Room Deposit: $1,250
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University Prep Program: $2,500
Integrated Transitional Language Program: $4,500
Individualized Immersion Program: $5,500
      
Enrollment and Payment of Tuition

A student will be considered enrolled at Washington Academy upon the receipt of a signed contract and a $5,000 non-refundable enrollment deposit. The contract includes the terms and conditions of enrollment and intended payment plan.

Washington Academy does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, age, sexual preference, ethnicity, disability or religion in its admission process. All international and domestic boarding students at Washington Academy are eligible for consideration of financial assistance. Financial aid dollars are limited and are given on a first-come first-serve basis, based on need and past academic performance.

Please see our Tuition Refund Plan Policy for more information on refunds.

Financial Aid

Every dollar a parent spends at Washington Academy is an investment in their child, providing them with rigorous academics, unique hands-on learning experiences, and quality teachers who will help shape the future of each student. All these resources combined with WA’s low tuition rate make them one of the best values for education in the country.

Washington Academy offers limited financial aid awarded on the basis of demonstrated need. The amount of the award is determined by the Financial Aid Committee and is based on the following:

• The total financial aid available to the school
• The total number of applicants for financial aid

Please see our Financial Aid FAQ for more information on Financial Aid qualifications.

How to apply for financial aid:

U.S. Applicants
• Provide Washington Academy with a letter of request explaining your need for financial aid
• Complete the Parent Financial Statement (PFS) and send it to the School and Student Service for Financial Aid (SSS). You can visit their website to begin this process.
• Provide WA with a copy of the previous year’s 1040 tax form

Non U.S. Applicants
• Provide Washington Academy with a letter of request explaining your need for financial aid
• Submit proof of income
• Submit a monthly bank statement of balances and deposits
• Complete the Proof of Financial Capability form

It is expected that all recipients will maintain appropriate levels of good citizenship and academic standing in order to continue in the financial aid program. Washington Academy affirms that we abide by all of the “NAIS Principles of Good Practice for Financial Aid Administration”.

Washington Academy

66 Cutler Road, P.O. Box 190
East Machias, Maine 04630
Tel: (207) 255-8301
Fax: (207) 255-8303

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

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