Tuition & Financial Aid
Tuition and Fees
Tuition is inclusive of most fees. Please ask the Admissions Office about specific additional fees for your student’s grade.
BT is one of 50 independent schools across the United States to receive an endowment gift from the Malone Family Foundation to fund scholarships based on merit and financial need. Learn more about the Malone Scholars Program.
In addition to the Malone Scholars Program, scholarships to students entering ninth grade. Learn more about these scholarship opportunities.
Brownell Talbot is committed to enrolling a diverse student body from varying economic backgrounds. All families must provide Brownell Talbot with the following documentation to complete the financial aid process:
- Submit a Parents Financial Statement (PFS) to School & Student Services (SSS) online.
- 2019 forms required: 2019 W-2 forms (for any reportable W-2 income earned in 2019) and bank statements from October, November, and December.
- 2018 forms required: 2018 W-2 forms (for any reportable W-2 income earned in 2018) and 2018 tax returns (Form 1040 with all supporting schedules).
We review each family’s financial circumstances and expect that family resources will be used to the maximum extent possible. Brownell Talbot's need based financial aid varies by family, but awards are generally in the range of 35% to 50% of tuition (aid is capped at 50% for Lower School). Brownell Talbot does not provide financial assistance for activities, field trips, food service, and other incidental expenses.
Financial aid applications are due on February 15 for the following academic year.
Value of a BT Education
We prepare students for college and life by challenging them to be critical thinkers who engage in discussion, rigorous study, and examination of the world around them. We take pride in the fact that there is no BT "type"; our students are diverse in backgrounds, talents, and interests.
Research and surveys from the Higher Education Research Institute, the Council for American Private Education, and the National Association of Independent schools show that students who graduate from independent schools feel they are better able to adjust to and overcome the academic and social challenges they face in college in comparison to their public school counterparts. Additionally, independent school students are also more likely to achieve post-collegiate employment and gain admittance into post-graduate programs.