There is no greater gift a parent can give a child than that of a quality education. By selecting Canterbury School, you are choosing an exceptional education that will expand your child's intellectual resources and guide him or her in the development of values, leadership qualities, and responsibilities to self and community.
We recognize that financing an independent school education takes planning and resources. We hope the information on the following pages will guide you through the benefits and options for enrolling your child at Canterbury. For the 2012-2013 school year, Canterbury is providing approximately $1,460,000 of financial assistance to 25% of the student body. Canterbury is committed to enrolling talented students from a variety of backgrounds to create a diverse student body.
|2013-2014 Tuition and Fees
|Pre-K 4 and Kindergarten
|Matriculation Fee ***
|Monthly Plan Service Charge
|Quarterly Plan Service Charge
|Extended Day (annual rate)
Extended Day (hourly rate)
Due Upon Registration
(Subtracted from tuition - non refundable)
|2013-2014 Tuition for Pre-K 3
|Five Half Days (8:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.)
|Matriculation and Facilities Fees are waived for Pre-K 3.
|Financial Aid is not available for Pre-K 3.
|A self-contained Extended Day (12:30-3:00 p.m.) may be available at the prevailing Extended Day hourly rate, contingent upon sufficient enrollment.
* Books and supplies (non-consumable) are included in the tuition for Pre-K 3 through Grade 6
** Books and supplies are purchased by the students in Grades 7-12
*** Matriculation Fee is a one-time-only fee for new students
On occasion, and if space is available, Canterbury School will enroll students after the start of the school year. Tuition will be prorated based on the academic quarter in which the student enrolls based on the following schedule:
- 1st quarter = Full tuition
- 2nd quarter = 75%
- 3rd quarter = 50%
- 4th quarter = 25%
Regardless of when a student enrolls, any and all fees will not be prorated.
Payment Plan options