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The Value of Your Investment in Your Child


Tuition 2019 – 2020

Affording a Hilltop Education

Kindergarten $12,500
First Grade $15,000
Second Grade $15,000
Third Grade $15,000
Fourth Grade $16,000
Fifth – Eighth Grade $19,500   Preschool – 3 half days $5,696
Preschool – 4 half days $6,894
Preschool – 5 half days $8,095
Preschool – 6 half days $8,862
Preschool – 7 half days $9,644
Preschool – 8 half days $10,438
Preschool – 9 half days $11,206
Preschool – 5 full days $11,989

PreK – 5 half days $8,301
PreK – 6 half days $9,096
PreK- 7 half days $9,891
PreK – 8 half days $10,684
PreK – 9 half days $11,481
PreK – 5 full days $12,276

Your child’s education is an investment. In 2019 the Board of Trustees made the decision to lower tuition rates. A variety of tuition payment plans are available: lump sum, twice year and monthly installments.

Hilltop offers qualified applicants in preschool through grade 8 need-based financial aid to bridge the gap between what a family can afford and the cost of tuition. The amount of aid is different for every family and based on a number of factors. Families apply for the program each year and aid awards and applications are kept in strict confidence. 

Please note, we offer offer flexible scheduling for preschool and prekindergarten classes. Preschool students may enroll for any combination of morning/afternoon classes and Prekindergarten students may enroll in any afternoon sessions, 5 full mornings are required.

The National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) recently published a report called “Values Added” which cites a study funded by the US Department of Education. The study shows the value of an investment in independent school education.

A limited amount of financial aid is available covering a portion or up to full tuition for families. Eligibility is dependent upon a number of financial factors and families must apply for aid every year. For more information and tuition estimate, please contact us:

Financial Aid Information Request

    Please indicate your child's grade for the academic year you will be applying for financial aid.