We believe that all students should have access to the enriching, holistic curriculum offered in Waldorf Education, regardless of their family’s ability to afford full tuition. This is why we offer a number of supports for families who are choosing a Waldorf education for their child(ren).
We dedicate a portion of our annual budget to our tuition assistance program and partner with FACTS as a third party to help determine aid eligibility for all interested families.
Once a child is accepted into Spring Garden Waldorf School, the family may request financial assistance through FACTS.
Step 1) Families complete an application for Spring Garden and are accepted.
Step 2) Those interested in applying for tuition assistance will set an appointment to meet with the Finance Director, who will review the school’s philosophy and policy for tuition assistance.
Step 3) Families submit an application to the FACTS and provide supporting documentation to be considered for assistance.
Step 4) The Tuition Assistance Committee makes need-based assistance awards and informs families.
For more information on Financial Assistance, please click below:
The “EdChoice” scholarship program, enacted in 2005 and launched in 2006, is a state funded program that offers private school vouchers to K–12 students who are assigned to “low-performing” public schools. Participating private schools are required to accept the voucher as full tuition for students whose families are at or below 200 percent of the federal poverty level.
Click here for more information about EdChoice Scholarships.