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Tuition & Financial Aid

Investing in Your Student's Future

Eton Academy is committed to providing an exceptional education for students that learn differently in a supportive and kind environment. Eton provides a 10:1 student to teacher ratio across grades 1-12, and a full curriculum and co-curricular offerings.

We understand that Eton Academy is an investment in your child's education and a school of need for families. That's why we work tirelessly to provide an environment that will help your child learn the strategies they need to be successful outside of the walls of Eton.

Our goal is to move your child through their education as quickly as they are able to, with the goal of transitioning either to a neighborhood school, or a private school of your choice. Typically students at Eton find they are able to successfully make the transition after 3-5 years, with many choosing to make Eton their school of choice for the remainder of their educational years. 

Eton offers rolling enrollment throughout the school year to ensure students are able to transition into the school and not lose any more valuable time. Families that transition mid-year often find it is a better transition for the student, as they are able to build confidence from the moment they step in the doors at Eton and feel a great sense of relief.

Tuition Assistance

Tuition Assistance is available to those who qualify based on specific guidelines which include income and assets. Tuition Assistance is awarded based on financial need, a first-come, first-served basis, and the overall availability of funding. 

2018-2019 Tuition Investment

Primary

$29,630

Grades 2-5

$27,590

Grades 6-8

$28,410

Grades 9-12

$29,630

"Eton Academy is an investment in your child's future. When you are considering Eton, your student won't have options in the future if you don't get them what they need to succeed now.

We knew we had to make the investment now and find where he would learn and thrive. We feel confident the future is wide open for him, which wouldn't be possible without Eton."

--Jeff Lau, Eton Dad