Financial Aid, Tuition & Payment Plans
During the 2014-15 academic year, 40% of Hilltopper students are receiving need-based financial aid. Many different families qualify for financial aid for many different reasons. Families with incomes of $100,000 or more may still qualify for financial aid at Marshall, depending on family circumstances. Because demand for financial aid outweighs Marshall's financial aid budget, it is important for families to adhere to Marshall's financial aid application deadlines for positive consideration.
How to Apply for Financial Aid
Step 1: Complete the confidential online applicaton for financial aid through Schools and Student Services (SSS) by the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) at www.sssbynais.org.
Step 2: Provide copies of the following tax documents to the Marshall School Admissions Office:
2013 1040 (first 2 pages)
2014 1040 (first 2 pages)
The first two pages of the 2014 1040 tax form are due by April 30, 2015, and can be uploaded into the secure financial aid site provided by Schools and Student Services (SSS) by the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) or www.sssbynais.org.
Marshall's Multiple Student Discount
If you have three or more children enrolled at Marshall at the same time you are eligible for Marshall's Multiple Student Discount. Call Beth Tessier, Chief Financial Officer, at 218-727-7266 ext. 106 to discuss this option.
Tuition and Payment Plans
2015-2016 Marshall School Domestic Day Tuition
Grades 4-6 $15,400
Grades 7-12 $16,800
For information about international student programs, click here.
Tuition Payment Plans
- One payment
- Two equal payments (includes an annual processing fee)
- Monthly payments (includes an annual processing fee)
Joe Wicklund, Director of Enrollment
Email Joe Wicklund
218.727.7266 ext. 111