St. Martin’s Episcopal School is committed to enrolling students from diverse economic, ethnic, racial and social backgrounds. The purpose of our financial aid program is to build a bridge between the expenses of St. Martin’s and a family’s ability to contribute.
St. Martin’s works with families to make the school accessible to as many students as possible, regardless of their ability to pay full tuition. Tuition assistance is based on demonstrated financial need. Nearly 50% of St. Martin's families receive some sort of tuition assistance. The average aid is $10,500.
It is difficult to predict whether a family qualifies for tuition assistance since individual circumstances vary so widely, and the overall demand may vary from year to year. However, the information here, together with frequently asked questions, may help you decide whether to apply for tuition assistance.
This fall, in addition to Open House, St. Martin's will host Tuition Assistance 101 on Sunday, October 28, 1-2 p.m.
Join us in The Gibbs Family Center for Innovation + Design as Admission Director Will Fletcher debunks common myths and misconceptions regarding affording a St. Martin’s education. St. Martin’s awards tuition assistance to make the school accessible to as many students as possible, regardless of their families’ ability to pay full tuition.