The Cincinnati Waldorf School is committed to seeking a diversity of backgrounds and incomes within its student body and offers a tuition assistance program to help accomplish this goal. Awards are made to students whose families qualify for assistance on the basis of financial need. In order to fairly determine a family’s financial need, the school uses a needs-analysis program administered by FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment Service. Total income, assets, number of dependents,
The primary responsibility for financing a student’s independent education rests with the family. Because the demand for tuition assistance is high, families are advised to seek additional resources prior to applying to the tuition assistance program. The Tuition Assistance Committee’s decisions are influenced by
The instructions and forms for tuition assistance for the 2019-2020 school year are available for downloading and printing at the bottom of this page. Please follow the instructions carefully.
Returning families must submit the online application by January 15th of each school year
Applications for new families will be accepted in two cycles. The first cycle of applications must be submitted by February 15th. The second cycle of applications must be submitted by May 15th. Non-custodial parents must also submit an application no later than the deadlines mentioned above. New families will receive notice of their awards based on the date of application. The first cycle of offers will be allocated by late-April and the second cycle by late-June. Applications for new families received after the May 15th deadline will be processed on a rolling basis only if funds are available.
Families must complete the FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment Application online at FACTS Grant & Aid.
If you have any questions or need assistance as you complete the application process, please contact Libby Rupp, Business Manager, at 513.541.0220 x201 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuition Assistance Forms to download & print: