TUITION FOR 2022-2023
Grammar School (grades K-5) $12,825
Logic School (grades 6-8) $13,225
Rhetoric School (grades 9-12) $13,875
A new student fee of $850 per student will be due with the enrollment contract. This one-time, non-refundable fee is in addition to tuition. New students (siblings) from families enrolled at the school prior to 2018-2019 will be grandfathered into this new arrangement.
Tuition fees cover the cost of the educational program. Tuition includes all books, some school supplies and most field trips. Tuition does not cover the school uniform, hot lunch, a yearbook, a graphing calculator required beginning in eighth grade, the week-long eighth grade trip to Washington, D.C.,* the optional Junior Class Trip to Europe* or athletics participation for students in seventh grade or higher.
*The school works with parents to help raise funds to cover a portion of the cost of the eighth grade trip as well as the optional Junior Class Trip to Europe.
Geneva School of Boerne uses FACTS Tuition Management Services to help make tuition payments more manageable for parents/guardians. Because of financial commitments the school must make in the spring preceding each school year, Geneva begins billing tuition in March (through FACTS Tuition Management Service) with the final payment due in December. Families new to Geneva School will begin payments one month after signing an enrollment agreement with the final payment due in December.
To make a payment, click here. Questions about tuition or payment schedule may be directed to the Business Office at 830.755.6101, ext. 208.
Geneva offers financial assistance to families with students in good standing and with demonstrated financial need. Assistance is awarded to qualified candidates on a year-by-year basis (i.e. an award one year does not guarantee future assistance, and a decision of “no award” one year does not necessarily mean that assistance will not be offered in the future).
For the 2022-2023 school year, 12% of our student body received financial assistance totaling more than $338,000 with an average award amount of $4,000.
Financial assistance may cover up to but no more than 75% of the current year’s tuition for each student—the remaining balance is to be paid by the student’s family. We encourage all families to fully engage in Geneva’s culture and mission, including attendance/participation in school functions and events when possible.
Geneva uses an outside agency, FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment, to analyze an applicant’s financial data and evaluate financial need. FACTS charges applicants a processing fee of $35. Click to learn about the filing requirements with FACTS Grant & Aid.
Interested families should complete the online financial aid application.
Please note that applications for admission and financial aid for prospective families are separate and should be completed at the same time. All financial information provided is held in strict confidence and is only viewed by the Financial Aid Committee (i.e. the Admissions Committee does not receive information regarding financial aid requests and, therefore, admission is not affected by such requests). The Enrollment Coordinator will notify families of the decisions made by the Financial Aid Committee.
If you have questions about the financial aid process, please contact Enrollment Coordinator Nicole Nicholson or call 830.755.6101, ext. 218.
Key Dates for 2023-2024 Financial Aid
Online Application for Financial Aid Opens – November 1, 2022
Current Families – Online Application Priority Deadline*: January 10, 2023
Current Families – Financial Aid Award Notification: early February
New Families – Online Application Priority Deadline*: January 16, 2023
New Families – Financial Aid Award Notification: upon offer of admission
*Online application must be complete, including all required tax documents.