2023 - 2024 Tuition (August to May)
All programs are 5 days a week
Tuition includes all programs which include arts, music, gardening, and foreign languages. Schedule a tour today to secure your child's spot and to see the Princeton difference!
Half Day (18 months - 2 years)
8:30 am - 12:00 pm - $750
Monthly Academic Day
8:30 am - 3:00 pm - $1000
Monthly All Day
7:30 am to 5:30 pm - $1350
Tuition payment plans allow you to select a payment plan that is right for your family:
Plan 1 – Full Year Payment: 3% discount.
Tuition paid in full by July 31
Plan 2 – Semi-Annual Payment: 1.5% discount.
50% paid by July 31
50% paid by December 15
Plan 3 – Monthly Payments: Equal payments made over 10 months beginning July 1, 2020.
Daily Before Care: 7:00 - 8:00am - $10
Daily After Care: 3:30 - 5:30pm - $20
Tuition is due the 1st day of each month. A $50 late fee will be assessed for payments received after the 3rd of any month.
$250 | Trial Week fee - Most parents wonder if a school will be the fit for their child. The Trial Week is a wonderful opportunity for both home and school to determine if they are are a great fit. We give feedback at the end of the Trial Week if we will proceed with enrollment. If the family is on board, the child can start school at the next available date.
$500 | New Family fee - This is a one time fee for new families joining Princeton Preparatory Schools. This fee serves to support staff development and the further development of Princeton Preparatory's Schools academic programs and facilities.
$300 | Student Material fee - This is an annual fee that goes toward the cost of purchasing and replacing Montessori hands on materials, and Classical Education curriculum for each classroom.
Tuition is due the 1st of each month. Cleared funds must be received by the School no later than 5:00 pm on the 3rd of each month after which a late fee of $50 is charged. If the due date falls on a public holiday or a weekend, payment must be made no later than the working day immediately prior to the due date to avoid a late fee.
The withdrawal of a student from the school requires a one month notice in writing and is subject to prior agreement with the Head of School. Failing this, a one month payment will be charged to the student account.
A 3% reduction in tuition is made for the second sibling, the children of retired and serving members of military families and teachers. Please bring proof of ID and or membership when enrolling.
An additional 3% will be added to any tuition payments involving the use of any type of debit or credit card.
SUMMER SCHOOL RATES | Princeton Preparatory Schools is a year round school. Summer rates remain the same as the school year rates. All students enrolled in our Toddler and Primary programs attend school on a 12 month cycle. Elementary students may also attend Summer school. We do not offer weekly or daily rates during summer school.
NON-DISCRIMINATORY POLICY | As a matter of policy and philosophy, Princeton Preparatory School’s hiring, admission, and operating procedures are non-discriminatory in terms of race, color, religion, gender, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, or disability.
EXTENDED CARE ENROLLMENT | Princeton Preparatory School offers extended care for currently enrolled students as a service to parents who require care for children outside of the regular school hours. Families requiring extended care on a consistent basis should complete an Extended Care Contract. Availability for Extended Care is not guaranteed to students without an Extended Care Contract. Daily rates are $20 for afternoon care, and $10 for early morning drop off before 8:00am.
AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAM | The Princeton Preparatory Schools After-school Program is only open to currently enrolled students.
DROP-IN CARE & BILLING | Drop-In extended care requires 24-hour notice and will be subject to space availability. Students remaining after 3:00pm who are not enrolled in After-care will be sent to the After-school Program, and $20 will be billed.
CO-OP BUY-OUT | A fee of $250 per year will be assessed for each parent/guardian not participating in the parent co-op at the beginning of each school year.
POTTY TRAINING | All children ages 3 and above must be potty trained. Children who are not yet fully potty trained are placed in the toddler program until they are fully potty trained.
LUNCH | Parents should provide a nutritious lunch for their child each day. It is also the parent’s responsibility to make certain that these lunches meet the USDA guidelines for nutritional needs.
We thank you so very much for your loyalty to Princeton Preparatory Schools. We value each and every child and family and are grateful that you have chosen Princeton Preparatory as your school.