Tuition & Tuition Assistance
2022-2023 Tuition by Grade Level
|Rosebud Garden – 4 Half Days (M-Th)||$ 9,540|
|Rosebud Garden – 5 Half Days (M-F)||$ 11,870|
|Rosebud Garden – 4 Full Days (M-Th)||$ 13,970|
|Rosebud Garden – 5 Full Days (M-F)||$ 17,430|
|Kindergarten – 4 Half Days (M-Th)||$ 9,540|
|Kindergarten – 5 Half Days (M-F)||$ 11,870|
|Kindergarten – 4 Full Days (M-Th)||$ 13,970|
|Kindergarten – 5 Full Days (M-F)||$ 17,430|
|Grades 1-4||$ 17,430|
|Grades 5-8||$ 18,600|
|Grades 9-12||$ 20,810|
Organic snacks and lunches are included in the tuition for Rosebud Garden and Kindergarten students.
Non-Refundable Program and Material Fees
- Full time students Rosebud – Grade 2: $1,200
- Full time students Grades 3-12: $1,500
- Kindergarten & Rosebud 4 or 5 Half Days: $715
- Kindergarten & Rosebud 4 Full Days: $950
Tuition and Payment Plans
- There is a 4% fee for tuition insurance, recommended for all and required for installment plans.
- Payment and records platform fee (BigSIS): $49
- Private music lessons
- Organic school lunch program (Food for Thought), K-12
- Extended day program
International Student Fee $5,990 where applicable.
Kimberton Waldorf School understands and honors the commitment of families to provide a Waldorf education for their children. We are proud to partner with families through our tuition assistance program to help make an independent Waldorf school education possible.
Tuition assistance is available for students in 4-5 full-day Rosebud and Kindergarten, and in grades 1 through 12. Families must reapply each year.
New families are eligible to apply for tuition assistance as soon as they apply for admission to the school (application is available November 1 of the preceding academic year), however decisions will not be made until the student completes the process and is accepted. Students interested in enrolling after the start of the school year will be considered if funds remain.
Applications from current families for the following school year must be received by January 7th so that tuition assistance awards can be offered with the re-enrollment contracts. Late applications will be reviewed after the tuition assistance process for new families has been completed; any remaining funds will then be awarded to qualified late applicants.
Think you can’t afford a KWS education? Think again.
- Complete the online Parent Financial Statement (PFS) appropriate for your family’s circumstances. You must upload your Federal Tax Return and other required documents as indicated in the online instructions. Self-employed individuals are required to complete the Family Farm and Business Form, which is also available online.
- A written explanation of any special circumstances of which the Tuition Assistance Committee needs to be aware should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any questions or need assistance, please feel free to call the Business Office at 610-933-3635, ext. 123.
529 Education Saving Plan – 529 plans are versatile savings accounts that offer federal, and sometimes state, tax benefits, while minimizing impact on financial aid. They are operated by a state or educational institution, and are designed to help families set aside funds for future college and K-12 education costs.
Flexible Spending Accounts – A Dependent Care FSA (DCFSA) is a pre-tax benefit account used to pay for eligible dependent care services, such as preschool, summer day camp and before or after school programs. Check with your FSA for eligible services.