Tuition and Financial Aid
Junior Kindergarten through Third Grade:
Fourth through Eighth Grade:
Student Consumables and Academic Supplies Fee
Parent Civic and Student Civic Organization Fee
Leadership and Retreat Fee (Grades 4th-8th)
Deposit (Applied to Fees, Remaining Towards Tuition Balance)
Once accepted, you will have two weeks from the date on the acceptance letter to place a non-refundable deposit of $2,000, along with your signed Enrollment Contract, to hold your child’s position in the class.
*Before and after care is also available for an additional fee. Before care begins at 7:30 AM, and after care runs until 5:45 PM. For more information, click here.
The $2,000 non-refundable tuition deposit is first applied to the additional fees. The remaining amount will then be subtracted from the annual tuition. There are three options available for paying for the remaining tuition balance.
Annual Payment Option:
Tuition paid annually is due on June 1st. There is a 1% discount applied to the total tuition amount for this option. Payments accepted via EFT draft and credit card (for a processing fee). All payments go through FACTS tuition management.
Biannual Payment Option
Tuition paid biannually with 50% due on or before June 1st, and 50% due on or before November 1st. Payments accepted via EFT draft and credit card (for processing fee). All payments go through FACTS tuition management.
Monthly Payment Option:
A twelve month payment plan is also available. Payment will be drawn on the first business day of the month starting in July. Payments accepted via EFT draft and credit card (for a processing fee). All payments go through FACTS tuition management.
Aspen Academy regrets that we are unable to grant deposit refunds.
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2016-2017 Processing Year; 2017-2018 Academic Year
Financial aid at Aspen Academy is awarded on the basis of demonstrated need. This is determined by factors such as income, number of children, age of parents, unusual medical expenses, taxes, assets, liabilities, and other tuition-based schools. Financial aid is treated as a gift from the school to the receiving family; there are no repayment requirements. Applying for financial aid does not affect the chances for admission. Financial Aid is offered to students in Kindergarten-8th grade.
How Is My Need Determined?
All information from FAST is kept confidential. Results are reviewed by the Financial Aid Committee, which makes award determinations based on next year's financial aid budget. Keep in mind that the recommendations from FAST serve as guidelines for financial aid decisions. Many new and returning students qualify for financial aid, therefore Aspen Academy may not be able to offer assistance to all families, nor can it provide the full demonstrated need in all cases.
Financial aid amounts vary, with a maximum award of 50%. Financial aid awards are not guaranteed to remain the same year to year; in fact, they will change as financial circumstances change. A new financial aid application must be submitted every year. The student must remain in good academic and disciplinary standing in order to qualify for financial aid.
For further information regarding Aspen Academy's financial aid progress, contact our admissions or business office at 303-346-3500. For assistance with the FAST application process, call the help line at 877-326-FAST (3278). You may also download the Parent User Guide (PUG) or the FAST application from our website.