Tuition and Fees
Schedule of Annual Rates
September 2020 – June 2021
|Nursery – 3 year old (Half Day)||$17,500||$600|
|Nursery – 3 year old (Full Day)||$24,700||$600|
|Nursery – 4 year old (Half Day)||$19,500||$600|
|Nursery – 4 year old (Full Day)||$26,800||$600|
|Kindergarten (Full Day)||$35,000||$600|
Tuition Assistance may be available to families who qualify on the basis of demonstrated financial need. Education loans are available through several lenders. Please contact the Business Office for more information.
Tuition fees include books.
The Activity Fee covers the cost of classroom activities, technology, class trips, and the school yearbook. For Grades Five through Eight, the Activity Fee also includes team uniforms and transportation to and from sports games. In Grades Six through Eight the overnight trips to Washington D.C. (6th), the Adirondacks (7th/8th), Atlanta Social Justice Trip (7th/8th), and Montreal/Quebec (7th/8th) are also included in the fee.
Far Brook School hires a private bus company to provide school bus transportation for those families who wish to subscribe. This service is provided on a break-even basis, transportation fees being set to equal the costs charged by the bus company. Transportation fees and areas serviced vary each year depending on the number of families who sign up for this service. 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 bus service or a payment in lieu of bus service. For the 2020-2021 school year, the “aid in lieu of transportation” amount is approximately $900.00. For more information, contact Far Brook’s Business Office.
The Far Brook Fund
Far Brook, like other independent schools, must raise funds every year to help meet operating costs, since tuition alone never covers the full cost of an independent school education. The Far Brook Fund invests in the most important priorities and initiatives. Money raised is used immediately and not saved for future needs. As we enter the year, we have redefined the Far Brook Fund’s role so that we are best prepared to support our students and faculty through four key priority areas – Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Tuition Assistance, Community Health and Wellness, and Technology. Support comes from current families, trustees, alumni and their families, faculty, administrators, grandparents, and friends.
After School Enrichment Programs, special tutoring, 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, financial aid, or other school-administered programs.
Director of Enrollment Management