Tuition & Fees

Tuition and program fees at PSCS are necessary to enable the functions and operations that support the mission of the school.

Tuition

PSCS tuition has been set at $24,780 for the 2022-2023 school year. Each winter, the Board of Trustees sets the tuition for the following year and a non-refundable deposit is due at the time an official enrollment agreement is signed. This deposit is credited toward the student’s final tuition. Families have multiple payment options (Installments).

New & Returning PSCS families! You can make a tuition deposit payment online here:

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Tuition Aid

Last year, PSCS awarded over $100,000 in aid to our current and incoming families. All admissions decisions are made independently of tuition aid decisions. To the extent that our funds permit, aid is available to qualifying students whose parents are able to establish financial need through the aid application process. If you have questions regarding the aid process, please call or email us.

Program Aid

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PSCS works hard to include fees and expenses in tuition costs and not nickel and dime families as we go along in a school year. Added fees depend on individual student activities and the needs of certain courses. However, we want students to be able to do things that may have associated fees, regardless of their economic status. As such, we offer program aid to families for whom added costs might stand in the way of a student doing activities or taking courses they are interested in. For more, please take a moment to look over the Tuition Aid Info Page.


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