Applying for Financial Aid

Financial aid at The Hill has a two-fold purpose: (1) to provide deserving students the opportunity of a high-quality education which otherwise might be unobtainable; and, (2) to provide the School with a well-qualified student body reflecting a broad social and economic mix. For those goals to be achieved it is essential that ability to pay the full tuition not be the deciding factor in determining whether or not a promising young person may attend the School. Financial aid decisions are made independently from admission decisions and in no way affect a candidate’s chances for admission.

Applying for Financial Aid

Financial Aid Calculations

Hill uses the Parent Financial Statement (PFS) to collect basic financial information on income, assets, family size and the number of siblings in tuition-charging schools. A need analysis report is prepared which suggests the amount you can contribute for educational costs. Since not all families' financial circumstances are equal, The Hill Financial Aid Office uses the PFS evaluation as the starting point for its review of each applicant's request for financial aid.

Families must reapply each year. The amount you can reasonably contribute toward the cost of a Hill education is reviewed annually. Your contribution may increase, decrease, or remain the same depending on your financial circumstances in a given year.