More than one-quarter of the student body receives financial assistance through need-based grants and special scholarships. Grant and scholarship awards are not loans and do not have to be paid back. In 2013-14, we allocated over $3.4 million in financial aid to families with annual household incomes primarily in the range of $15,650 to $170,000. Award grants ranged from $1,830 to $25,750 and averaged $16,235.
Need-based financial aid grants
We encourage families to apply for admission to Catlin Gabel regardless of financial circumstances. Although families bear the primary responsibility for financing their child's education to the extent that they are able, need-based grants are available to help bridge the gap between the family’s resources and the child’s total educational expenses. Financial aid is available to offset the cost of tuition, as well as books, laptops, school trips, bus service, and activities. Please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page for more information.
Catlin Gabel is proud to represent three distinct scholarship programs to qualified students. Please visit the scholarships page to learn about the programs and how to apply.
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Important deadlines to for the 2014-15 academic year:
Friday, February 7, 2014
Submit the online Parent Financial Statement (PFS) for the 2014-15 academic year.
Friday, February 28, 2014
Tax documents for the 2013 tax year must be completed and submitted online at SSS or hardcopy to Catlin Gabel.