Financial Aid

The school is committed to making a Lowell education affordable to all qualified students to the extent our resources allow. Although we have a significant financial aid budget, we may not be able to provide financial aid grants to all qualified applicants. Some families might be placed on our financial-aid wait-list.

Our Commitment

Our financial assistance program is need based and guided by our belief that parents have an obligation to pay the educational expenses of their children to the extent that they are able. Married, separated, and divorced parents are expected to bear joint responsibility for the cost of educating their child. When a family demonstrates financial need, the School makes every effort to help offset the cost of a Lowell education accordingly.

Approximately 1/3 of our students receive financial assistance. The average award is less than 50% of the tuition. (We do not award 100% tuition grants.) There are no merit-based scholarships available at Lowell. Financial aid is available to full-time students in the Pre-Primary School through 8th grade; aid is not available to families of students enrolled in our half-day Pre-Primary School program.