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2018-2019 Tuition and Fees


Brandon Hall operates as a tuition-driven school with additional funds generated through its Annual Giving program. Tuition is payable in accordance with the terms outlined in the enrollment contract.

2018-19 Tuition Cost (based on residential status):

Day: $27,000
5-Day Domestic Boarding: $47,850
7-Day Domestic Boarding: $52,850
International Fee: $6,450

 


Brandon Hall operates as a tuition-driven school with additional funds generated through its Annual Giving program. Tuition is payable in accordance with the terms outlined in the enrollment contract.

2018-19 Tuition Cost (based on residential status):

Day: $27,000
5-Day Domestic Boarding: $47,850
7-Day Domestic Boarding: $52,850
International Fee: $6,450

 

Brandon Hall operates as a tuition-driven school with additional funds generated through its Annual Giving program. Tuition is payable in accordance with the terms outlined in the enrollment contract.

2017-18 Tuition Cost (based on residential status):

Domestic Day: $27,000

Domestic Boarding: $52,850
International Boarding: $59,100

 

Brandon Hall’s approach to financial aid is quite simple. We want to offer “mission fit” students that may not have the financial means to attend BHS, the opportunity to be educated in an environment that prepares students for college, embraces diversity, celebrates students’ strengths, encourages athleticism, the arts, and creativity while fostering global citizenship. In order to help families to attend Brandon Hall, we offer various types of financial aid assistance at our school.


Need-Based Aid - FACTS Management

FACTS Management makes quality education affordable for families by assisting schools in awarding financial aid. We work with schools to create a custom application and collect financial data so schools can make accurate award decisions based on financial need.

To apply for financial aid, visit online.factsmgt.com/aid.

After completing the online application, you will need to upload or fax all required supporting documentation. Uploaded documents must be in PDF format and the size of each document must be less than 20 MB. If you are unable to upload, fax the required documents to 866.315.9264. Please DO NOT use your mobile device to photo copy required documents due to problems with legibility.

The following supporting documents are required to complete the application process:

  • Copy of the most recent IRS Federal Form 1040, 1040A or 1040-EZ U.S. Individual Income Tax Return (the year of the tax return depends on the tax requirements of the school). If applicant and co-applicant file separately, we require both tax returns for the same tax year. We do not require State Tax Returns.
  • Copies of all the current year W-2 Wage and Tax Statements for both the applicant and co-applicant. NOTE: If you are applying before you have received all the current year W-2 Wage and Tax Statements, please submit them as soon as they become available.
  • Copies of all supporting tax documents if you have business income/loss from any of the following:
    Business - send Schedule C or C-EZ and Form 4562
    Depreciation and Amortization Farm - send Schedule F and Form 4562
    Depreciation and Amortization Rental Property - send Schedule E (page 1)
    S-Corporation - send Schedule E (page 2), Form 1120S (5 pages), Schedule K-1 and Form 8825
    Partnership - send Schedule E (page 2), Form 1065 (5 pages), Schedule K-1 and Form 8825
    Estates and Trusts - send Schedule E (page 2), Form 1041 and Schedule K-1

IMPORTANT: If you file a tax return but do not have W-2 wages because you are self-employed, you will be required to submit a copy of your current year Federal Form 1040 Tax Return.

  • Copies of all supporting documentation for household Non-Taxable Income such as: Social Security Income, Welfare, Child Support, Food Stamps, Workers’ Compensation, and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF). If you do not file a tax return, you are required to provide documentation of all income received.

All documentation received is imaged upon receipt and then destroyed.

You may login to your FACTS user account to review the status of your application. Please allow 2 weeks processing time from the date you provided the supporting documents before inquiring further about receipt and/or status of the uploaded or faxed documents.


Refer a Family

For our current families that want to save money on tuition, we have the perfect solution! Refer a family that is accepted and enrolls at BHS and receive a credit of $1,000 off of your tuition. This process is very easy:

  1. Refer a family to Brandon Hall School.
  2. When the potential family is completing the application, the MUST put the currents BHS student's names as the referral source. If your child's name is omitted, it will not count as a referral.
  3. The family must be accepted at Brandon Hall.
  4. The family must enroll at Brandon Hall before the deadline on the enrollment agreement. An enrolled students has submitted their executed contract AND paid the full tuition deposit.

Other rules and restrictions may apply. Please contact the Office of Admission for additional rules and restrictions.


GOAL Scholarship

The Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program provides tuition scholarships to children who desire to attend private K-12 schools. When making application to a participating school for receipt of a GOAL Scholarship, families must provide proof of eligibility.

Eligibility Requirements:

In order to receive a GOAL Scholarship, a student must meet all eligibility requirements contained in the law under which we operate, and must meet all admission requirements set by the GOAL participating school and must go through the school's application process before receiving a scholarship.

The law under which this program operates defines student eligibility as follows:

  • To qualify for receipt of a scholarship, a student must be a Georgia resident who is currently enrolled in, and has attended a Georgia secondary or primary public school for a least 6 weeks* immediately prior to receiving a scholarship or tuition grant under this law, or who is eligible to enroll in a qualified Pre-K4, Kindergarten, or 1st grade program.

*The six week attendance requirement may be waived in the following cases:

  1. A student is or would be assigned to a public school that the Office of Student Achievement determines to be a low-performing school based on the school attendance zone of his or her primary residence, or
  2. A student is the subject of officially documented cases of school based physical violence or student related verbal abuse threatening physical harm, or
  3. A student was enrolled in an official home study program for at least one year immediately prior to receiving a scholarship or tuition grant under this law.

Under the guidelines, the maximum scholarship is subject to change annually. In order to validate the family’s adjusted gross income, parents are required to provide the school copies of the first two pages of their most recently filed federal income tax return.

Once a student is accepted to Brandon Hall, has indicated an interest in the scholarship, and has been deemed eligible, the school will submit a scholarship recommendation to GOAL for its consideration and approval. Awards are subject to the availability of designated scholarship funds and the adherence by the student and parents to all applicable school policies. Parents must reapply annually.


Education Loan Programs for Private/Independent K-12 Schools

K-12 Education Loans are available through third-party providers. Several lenders make loans available to parents to help them finance the cost of a private school education (K-12) for their children. Applying for K-12 Education Loans is a self-managed process. Some common providers include:

Required Fees for All Students

Optional Fees for All Students

Other Services

Laptops

All students are required to have a laptop to complete their courses. Below are the basic recommended device configurations for participation in core courses. A heavy-duty case is recommended for durability.

Uniforms

Brandon Hall School uses Educational Outfitters as their exclusive uniform provider. Uniforms may be purchased from http://atlanta.educationaloutfitters.com/.

Learning Support Center

Our Learning Support Center is an elective service for any student who will benefit from additional content-specific and skills-based intervention. These services include:

  • Increased reading comprehension skills
  • Enhancement of writing and composition skills
  • Remediation and support of Math, English, Science, History and Foreign Language skills
  • Additional instruction and collaboration to support existing course work
  • Application of in-depth study skills

English as a Second Language

For students who do not use English as their primary language, Brandon Hall offers English I, English II, and English III classes. The classes are developmentally based and designed to help students refine their English skills so they may join our college preparatory courses.

  • English I - Meets three periods a day with a distinct central focus for each class consisting of reading, written language, and oral communication.
  • English II - Meets two periods a day with reading and oral communication covered in one class and writing in the other.
  • English III - Students combine all aspects of English into one class per day. The curriculum of each English class is rigorous and meets the demanding requirements of the university curriculum.

E-Learning

The E-Learning program provides blended instruction under the supervision of faculty utilizing both in class supervision combined with the E-learning platform. E-Learning is ideal for students who are interested in learning opportunities not available in our curriculum and for students needing to recover credits due to missed or incomplete work or to add to partial transfer credits.

Textbooks

Students may choose to have electronic textbooks or hardcover textbooks. Please notify the school at the time of your enrollment as to the student’s textbook preference.

Tuition Refund Plan

Families will be required to participate in the Tuition Refund Plan if tuition is not paid in full before August 1st (traditional admissions), or before the first day the student is scheduled to start school (rolling admissions). The Tuition Refund Plan amount is determined by your residential status.

 

Cost of Tuition Refund Plan and Administrative Fees
Domestic Day: $1,935
5-Day Domestic Boarding: $2,695
7-Day Domestic Boarding: $2,850
International Boarding: $3,076