Thank you for your interest in Cannon School's financial aid program. As outlined in the Financial Aid Purpose Statement and Priorities, Cannon School strives to make an independent school education available to families of various financial means.
Please contact Director of Admission and Financial Aid Bill Diskin with any questions about Cannon's Financial Aid process.
Cannon School is generally able to offer grants within the dollar ranges listed below to families who demonstrate need and qualify for a financial aid grant.
|Student Grade||Grant Range||Examples|
|JrK - Grade 4||$1,000 - $7,000||A grade 4 student is offered and accepts a grant equal to $3000. The tuition owed will equal the grade 4 tuition less the $3000 grant.|
|Grades 5 - 8||$1,000 - $9,000||A grade 7 student is offered and accepts a grant equal to $5,000. The tuition owed will equal the grade 7 tuition less the $5,000 grant.|
|Grades 9 - 12||$1,000 - $22,000||A grade 9 student is offered and accepts a grant equal to $9,000. The tuition owed will equal the grade 9 tuition less the $9,000 grant.|
To find out if you might be eligible for financial aid, select your gross income range from the dropdown below. The number of students receiving financial aid, the grant range, and the average grant amount will then be displayed. The data presented is based on grants offered to students for 2022-2023. Please keep in mind grant ranges based on grade applying as listed above.
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