Browne Academy provides need-based financial assistance to qualifying families to help offset the cost of attending the school. Awards are made for the academic year, and all families must reapply for financial assistance each year. We make admission decisions independently of financial assistance decisions; a family’s financial situation is not included in the criteria upon which individual students are evaluated for admission.
Browne Academy is committed to enrolling a diverse student body and honors differences of race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, ability, and socioeconomic status. Browne Academy strives to provide financial aid grants to all qualified families with demonstrated need. In some cases, however, a qualified applicant may be offered admission along with a space in our financial aid wait-pool. Grants are awarded to students in the financial aid wait-pool if funds become available during the spring. Approximately 30% of our families receive some form of financial aid. Financial aid awards can range in amount, but every family is asked to contribute financially to their child's education, which means that no award offered by Browne Academy will cover the full cost of tuition to the school. At the preschool and junior kindergarten levels, financial aid is extremely limited and no guarantees can be made that financial aid will be awarded even if a family demonstrates need.
Please contact our Admission Office at 571-451-1001 with questions regarding tuition, payment options, or financial aid.
We use the online service Smart Aid
to process all financial aid applications. Browne Academy's school code is 13805
. Smart Aid
provides a need-based financial aid analysis service, which includes a recommendation of what a family should reasonably contribute toward tuition. All information from Smart Aid
is kept confidential and results are available only to the Financial Aid Committee. Families interested in applying for financial aid should submit both their admission application and their application for financial aid at the same time in order to receive a financial aid decision with their admission decision.