Affording Green Meadow
Green Meadow Waldorf School takes very seriously its mission to provide a Waldorf education for all those who desire it. We strive to keep our costs reasonable and, through careful planning and cost-effective measures, we are proud to be able to provide a high quality independent school education at a tuition within reach of a range of families. In addition, Tuition Assistance is also available for those who qualify.
For more information, contact Kimberly Frattura in the Business Office at email@example.com or 845-356-2514 x315.
|Parent & Child Classes (per session)||varies according to session length|
|Nursery (3 Half Days)||$9,800|
|Nursery (5 Half Days)||$12,700|
|Nursery (5 Full Days)||$17,900|
|Kindergarten (5 Half Days)||$12,700|
|Kindergarten (5 Full Days)||$17,900|
|Grade 3||$21,800 |
|Grades 4-5||$22,900 |
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A one-time, non-refundable application fee of $50 per student is due upon application. After acceptance, a signed Tuition Enrollment Contract and tuition deposit are required to reserve a place in the appropriate class.
New Family Enrollment Fee
A one-time non refundable fee of $1500 for all new families, due at the time of deposit.
Additional fees may arise at parent expense, if tutoring, external consultations, or special services which the school does not provide are recommended. Other expenses include musical instrument rentals, private music lessons (see below), and class trips.
International Boarding Students
Please see here for the rates for International Boarding Students.
We are pleased to offer four tuition payment plan options: Annual, Semi-Annual, Quarterly, and Monthly. Selection of a payment plan is made upon acceptance, on your Tuition Enrollment Contract.
A discount is applied to all younger siblings of families with more than one child enrolled.
The Tuition Insurance Plan, available for a modest cost, protects parents when a child is withdrawn or dismissed.
Instrumental music is an integral part of the curriculum. In grade three, string classes begin. During the fourth grade, students begin private lessons. The school requires the continuation of these lessons through twelfth grade. Rental or purchase of an instrument and payment for lessons are the responsibility of the family. There is a small fund for music scholarships. Awards are based on demonstrated financial need and merit. Applications are available in the Business Office each fall.