Financial Aid for Re-Enrolling Students
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Delphian School treats every student as an individual, with individual strengths and weaknesses. We feel the same way about our families.
We know most every family faces some level of challenge in affording a private school education for their child. Delphian School works with all qualified families to help them find the best options for affording a Delphian education, regardless of their financial resources.
Re-Enrolling families who are concerned that Delphian may be beyond their means are encouraged to explore the school’s financial aid and contract options with the help of the Re-Enrollment Office. Please contact Kathie Gregory at 503-843-3521 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Affording a Delphian Education - Looking Toward Graduation
Re-Enrolling Student Financial Aid Applications are due by February 15th, 2013. Re-Enrolling families click on the below link to apply for financial aid for 2013-14:
Financial Aid for School Tuition (FAST)
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In recent years, Delphian School awarded over $1,000,000 in financial aid to qualified families. When awarding financial aid, the school considers the family’s demonstrated need; the difference between what the family can reasonably be expected to pay and the cost of tuition constitutes this need.
Families wishing to be considered for financial aid are required to submit an application through Financial Aid for School Tuition (FAST). Parents will be required to submit their most recent tax information as part of this process. All financial aid applications are reviewed by the school's Financial Aid Committee, whose aim is to ensure that each family's financial contribution toward tuition, room, and board is both a feasible and equitable contribution.
The deadline for financial aid applications for re-enrolling students is February 15th, 2013.
As a supplement to any financial aid awarded by the school, parents who are not able to cover the entire cost of tuition, room and board for their child can utilize the services of various financial institutions that specialize in lending to families for secondary school programs. Your Tuition Solution is one such institution. Please visit their website to determine if their services will be of help to you.