Tuition and Fees

2019 – 2020 Tuition
Middle School $18,335
Elementary $18,335
Primary 8:30 – 1:00 $11,785  Full Week

$7,645   T,W,Th*

Primary 8:30 – 3:00 $15,070 Full Week

$9,770  T,W,Th*

Primary 8:30 – 5:00 $17,360 Full Week

$11,245 T,W,Th*

2% discount if paid in full by July 1, 2019.

*The T,W,Th partial week schedule is available for our younger Primary students.

Application Fee: $100
Capital Dev/Building Fund (one-time, per student fee): $650
Extended Care $9.00/hour

In addition to the tuition and fees outlined above, all families are encouraged to support our Annual Fund Drive by making a tax-deductible donation to the school.

The Capital Development Fee, Application Fee and Extended Care Fees are separate from tuition and are paid directly to Casa di Mir. We have partnered with FACTS for the collection of monthly tuition.

An initial non-refundable enrollment fee equal to 10% of annual tuition is due directly to Casa di Mir upon enrollment or re-enrollment of the student.  There are two options for payment of the tuition balance: payment in full by July 1 or payment over 9 months beginning in July and ending in April.  (Payment of the current year’s tuition is suspended in February, as the 10% enrollment fee for the following school year is due at that time.) All families choosing the monthly payment plan must enroll in the FACTS Tuition Management program.  An annual fee of $45 will be assessed by FACTS within 14 days of enrollment.

If you choose to budget through FACTS, you will authorize automatic bank payments directly from your bank account for your monthly tuition bill.  Please be assured that neither FACTS nor the school will have direct access to or any knowledge about the status of your bank account.  It is simply a pre-authorized bank-to-bank transfer of funds.

Please contact the Business Director if you have questions regarding payment of tuition or fees or if you would like to request need based tuition assistance.

Our aim… is not merely to make the child understand, and still less to force him to memorize, but to touch his imagination as to enthuse him to his innermost core.
– Maria Montessori