Tuition and Financial Aid

A Milton Academy education is a significant investment in your child’s future. Our focus is on creating a unique and valuable experience that celebrates each student’s individuality. Milton’s diversity is a hallmark of the School and we actively seek young people with academic promise and a range of talents, skills and interests.

2023–2024 Tuition

The school charges a single tuition fee that includes all K-8 student experiences.

Grades 6, 7, 8: $62,550
Grades 4, 5: $48,550
Grades 1, 2, 3: $44,950
Kindergarten: $42,950

Middle school tuition includes tuition insurance, lunch, all books and supplies, a school-issued Chromebook, use of athletic uniforms & equipment, the after school homework program, field trips (including the 8th grade overnight trip), and social events.

Lower school tuition includes tuition insurance, morning snack, lunch, all books and supplies, a school-issued iPad or Chromebook (as applicable by grade), field trips, and social events.

Parents/guardians may choose to enroll their students in other, optional programs at Milton Academy for which families will be charged a fee, including but not limited to: daily bus service to and from school, music lessons, the after school program (lower school only), and enrichment clubs (lower school only).

Financial Aid

We are deeply committed to creating an environment that is open and accessible to outstanding and qualified applicants regardless of their families’ financial circumstances and we strive to meet 100 percent of the demonstrated need for each student we enroll; Milton does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, handicapped status, sexual orientation, religion, or national or ethnic origin.

Financial Aid Budget

$14.5 million

To learn more, download the Financial Aid at Milton Academy brochure.

How to Apply for Financial Aid

Financial aid information is included with all admission packages. Families who wish to apply for financial aid must submit a Parents’ Financial Statement (PFS) to the School and Student Services (SSS) website by January 31 for new families applying to Milton and by January 15 for current families applying for siblings.

In addition, families must also submit a copy of their most recent federal tax return to the SSS by January 31.

Financial Aid decisions will be mailed along with the admission decision on March 10.

Determining Need For Financial Aid

Milton Academy uses the analysis system of School and Student Services (SSS) to assess need. Milton defines “need” as the difference between the total cost of attendance (tuition, fees, etc.) and a family’s ability to pay that cost. The need assessment is based upon income and family expenses, assets and liabilities, family size, cost of living and the number of children for whom a family must pay tuition. Milton expects that all parents who seek aid will be employed, unless they are caretakers for children under the age of five, provide live-in care for an elderly dependent, or have a prohibitive disability. In the case of divorced or separated parents, both natural parents are required to complete financial aid applications, and the income and assets of both parents (and new spouses, if any) are taken into consideration.

Although families must reapply for financial aid each year, a family should expect that grants would be renewed at the original level of funding unless there is a significant change in demonstrated need.

For those families who do not qualify for a need-based grant, financing options are available to help manage the cost of a Milton education. Plan descriptions are available from the Business Office (617-898-1798).

We hope that families will not be discouraged by the costs of independent education or by the process of applying for financial aid. If you are uncertain about your eligibility for aid or have questions about the process, we urge you to contact the Office of Financial Aid at 617-898-2239.

Contact Information

Office of Financial Aid
Milton Academy
170 Centre Street
Milton, MA 02186

Chris_KaneChris Kane
Director of Financial Aid
Tel: 617-898-2239
Fax: 617-898-2237

Meet the Lower and Middle School Admission Staff

Contact Us

Lower and Middle School Admission Office
Phone: 617-898-2509

Lower school:  miltonacademy_ls

Middle school: miltonacademy_ms