Tuition and Fees

Schedule of Annual Rates

September 2024 – June 2025

Nursery – 3 year old (Half Day) $20,100    $600
Nursery – 3 year old (Full Day) $28,300    $600
Nursery – 4 year old (Half Day) $22,300    $600
Nursery – 4 year old (Full Day) $30,700    $600
Kindergarten (Full Day) $40,100    $600
First Grade $43,700    $600
Second Grade $43,700    $600
Third Grade $43,700    $600
Fourth Grade $45,300    $750
Fifth Grade $46,200    $950
Sixth Grade $46,200 $1,500
Seventh Grade $48,500 $2,000
Eighth Grade $48,500 $2,250


Tuition assistance is available for families who qualify. Educational loans are available through several lenders. Please contact the Business Office for information.

Activity Fee

For all Grades, an additional fee is charged to cover the cost of classroom activities, class trips, and the School yearbook. For Grades Five through Eight, the Activity Fee also includes team uniforms and transportation to and from games. In Grades Six through Eight, overnight trips are included in the fee as well (the Sixth Grade trip to Washington, D.C. and the Seventh and Eighth Grade trip to the Adirondacks as well as a second trip connected to their curriculum studies).


Far Brook School hires a private transportation company to provide school transportation to students who wish to subscribe in grades Kindergarten and up. This service is provided on a break-even basis, transportation fees being set to equal the costs charged by a private transportation company. Transportation fees and areas serviced vary each year. Usually, door-to-door service is provided. Under the present transportation laws of the State of New Jersey, students from certain districts are entitled to transportation service or a payment in lieu of bus service. For the 2023-2024 school year, the “aid in lieu of transportation” amount was approximately $1,000.00. For more information, refer to the B6T application or contact the Business Office.

The Far Brook Fund

Fundraising plays a critical role in the viability of all independent schools, and Far Brook is no different. We must raise funds each year to help meet the operating costs of the current budget as tuition alone does not cover the full cost of an independent school education. The School depends on the contributions made by current families, alumni and their families, grandparents, foundations, faculty, administrators, and friends. Gifts to The Far Brook Fund support academic programming, faculty development, equity and inclusion work, tuition assistance, technology, art, drama, athletics, and so much more. Far Brook must raise $425,000 for the 2023-2024 school year. Current family participation has averaged 81% over the past 5 years – well above the national average.


After School Enrichment Programs, special tutoring, camp, and private music lessons are available at additional cost.

Far Brook admits qualified students of any race, religion, gender, color, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, gender, color, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission, tuition assistance, or other school-administered programs.

Emi Ithen

Emi Ithen

Director of Enrollment Management

Kathy Ike

Kathy Ike

Admissions Assistant