Affording CWA

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Affording Charles Wright Academy

Charles Wright is committed to maintaining socioeconomic diversity by assisting families to afford a CWA college preparatory education. We are dedicated to the accessibility that this program provides prospective students. Financial Aid is available for Junior Kindergarten through 12th Grade students. We consider all applications very carefully and our decisions are made separately from the admissions process.

Tuition for 2021 – 2022

Full day program: $21,240

8:15 a.m. – 3:15 p.m.

Morning care at 7:30 a.m.

Afternoon care until 5:30 p.m.

5 days a week for 12 months

$25,980

$28,370

$29,320

Families can pay for tuition utilizing a tuition payment plan. Our plans provide options for paying tuition in one, three, or nine payments over the course of the academic year. Preschool tuition may be paid in 12 monthly payments of $1,770 per month. Please contact the Office of Admissions at 253-620-8373 or admissions@charleswright.org for more information.

Helpful Resources

Parent Financial Statement (PFS)

How to Apply for Financial Aid

This year, 35% of Charles Wright Academy students received financial aid grants totaling $3.2 million dollars.

We understand that financing an independent school education is a significant expense. While the primary responsibility for paying tuition lies with the family, we are committed to meeting as much of the demonstrated financial need of our enrolled families as possible.

If you have further questions about financial aid, please contact the Office of Admission at (253) 620-8373 for more information. To apply for financial aid, please follow the steps illustrated below.

1.

Create an Account

Visit the School & Student Services (SSS) website at https://sssandtadsfa.force.com/familyportal and create an account. SSS is a third-party organization that processes financial aid applications for independent schools. You will use your SSS account to upload all of your financial aid application components.

*Note for divorced or separated parents, or never-married parents living apart: a separate financial aid application must be submitted for each household.

2.

Parent Financial Statement (PFS)

The Parent Financial Statement or PFS is your financial aid application form. You will need to begin the process by filling it out completely.

Complete the PFS

If you have any questions or need help while filling out the PFS, please visit SSS support.

The SSS helpline is (800) 344-8328.

3.

Required Documents

After submitting the PFS, families applying for financial aid will need to upload the following documents via the SSS portal:

Please include appropriate supporting schedules.

If a partner in a partnership or a shareholder in an S-Corp, please also include the K-1.

Apply for Aid

SSS Customer Service | 800-344-8328 | Monday – Friday: 9:00 am – 8:00 pm ET