A Brookwood education is a significant investment in your child’s future, and many families have made the investment their financial priority. Brookwood is committed to making it accessible to as many families as possible and each year awards more than $2 million in financial aid to 33% of the student body. Grants range from $3,000 - $32,900, with an average award of $18,700; the average household income of families receiving financial aid is $144,000. We encourage all interested families to explore the value of a Brookwood education.
How to Apply for Financial Aid
Please notify the Admissions Office to receive detailed information about Brookwood's Financial Aid program and policies. Brookwood partners with School and Student Services by NAIS (SSS) in our financial aid process. For specific information about how financial aid awards are determined, the availability of merit aid, and other related questions, please refer to Financial AId FAQs or contact Director of Finance and Operations Tom Murphy, 978-526-4500.
The following must be submitted to SSS by NAIS.
Parents' Financial Statement (PFS). You can begin the PFS as early as November 1, 2016. Click here to complete a Parents' Financial Statement. Contact NAIS customer service, 800-344-8328, for answers to questions about completing the PFS. The PFS must be submitted by February 1, 2017.
Any award that is made prior to receiving the 2016 tax return is tentative. This documentation is required in order to make a final award of financial aid.Please be sure to list Brookwood School as a recipient of the Report of Family Contribution (RFC). Our school code is 1888.
All families have three options to pay tuition:
Brookwood understands that families may need additional flexibility. Through various payment options and significant commitment to need-based financial aid, Brookwood makes every effort to work with families on coordinating payment schedules that align effectively with individual circumstances.