Tuition & Financial Aid
Tuition for the 2020-2021 school year is $15,750. In the Middle School Program, Grades 7 & 8, each student receives an AWHS Grant of $2,350.
We are committed to providing an affordable Archbishop Williams education to every qualified student. Last year, 53% of all AWHS families received tuition assistance.
Additionally, the cost of educating each student at AWHS is actually $2,000 more than the tuition charged to our families. Philanthropy - the generosity of our alumni and families through fundraising efforts- makes up the difference.
We believe that AWHS offers an unparalleled educational experience for an exceptional value, especially when compared to the average tuition at Boston-area private schools, which is over $45,000 per year.
|Grades 7 & 8||$13,400|
|Family Grant (for 2nd and subsequent immediate family members)||10%|
|Technology, Athletic, Co-Curricular Fees||$0|
All families must enroll in FACTS. Please create your account by visiting this website: https://online.factsmgt.com/signin/3GH80
Financial Aid requests are processed through FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment.
|ENTERING GRADES 9-12 FINANCIAL AID DEADLINE|
|New, Transfer & Returning students entering Grades 9-12||February 12, 2021|
|ENTERING GRADES 7 & 8 FINANCIAL AID DEADLINE|
|New, Transfer & Returning students entering Grades 7 & 8||February 12, 2021|
Paula Timmins '76
Eileen Kennerley P'02
Upon enrollment, all Families must set up a Tuition Account through the FACTS Tuition Management Company.
Any Tuition Credits (Sibling Discount, Financial Aid and/or Merit Scholarship) will be entered into the Tuition Account by the AWHS Business Office. Questions about tuition should be directed to the Business Office (781-535-6267).
- Merit Scholarships are awarded to students entering Grade 7, 8 or 9 and are awarded based upon their entrance exam scores and transcripts.
- Scholarships are guaranteed to be re-awarded annually if the student remains in good standing.
- Families do not need to complete a separate application to be considered for Merit Scholarship.