Tuition for 2013-2014
|Kindergarten (full day)||
|Grades 1 to 8||
Tuition includes all academics and activities normally offered to all students or to an entire grade. Additional charges include those for After-School programs, certain field trips, and some optional activities.
Tuition is paid either annually on or before June 25th or in nine monthly installments processed by FACTS Tuition Management.
Crossroads Academy is a nonprofit organization that supports itself through tuition, grants, and development efforts. Crossroads aspires to be a school available to all families. Although our funds are limited, we are committed to providing financial assistance to as many eligible families as possible. Families seeking financial aid are asked to submit an online application. To access the application, please click here.
In addition to the ongoing financial aid program, Crossroads has received a generous grant from the Byrne Foundation of Hanover, New Hampshire. Byrne Foundation scholarship aid is available to all families in need, with preference given to those who have an affiliation with Dartmouth College.
Message from Crossroads Board of Trustees
January 29, 2013
To the Crossroads Community,
The Crossroads Board of Trustees is dedicated to keeping an education at Crossroads as affordable as possible while preserving the school’s long-term strength and viability, even in times of economic uncertainty. On January 22, 2013, after months of careful and deliberate planning, the Board approved Crossroads Academy’s budget for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014. Tuition for the academic year 2013-14 has been set at $15,800 for grades 1-8, an increase of 1.9 percent. Tuition for next year’s kindergarten has been set at $9,250.
As a Board, we are committed to supporting Crossroads Academy’s unique Core Knowledge/Core Virtues curriculum and to attracting and retaining the most dedicated and talented teachers possible. Net tuition accounts for 79 percent of the operating budget. Even with careful budgeting, tuition revenues at Crossroads—consistent with most independent schools—don’t cover the full operating costs of the school. The shortfall here is $2,050 per student, a gap covered by external grants and the generous donations of our Crossroads community, particularly in support of our Annual Fund.
We thank all of you, who support Crossroads in so many ways. The school wouldn’t be what it is without you.
President, Board of Trustees