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Need-based Aid:  Aiken Prep offers need-based tuition assistance in the form of financial aid grants.    To be awarded a grant, families must submit a Personal Financial Statement to an agency in Princeton, New Jersey that projects the amount of tuition a family can afford to contribute based on income and assets.  The school reviews the results of the form and then awards a grant based on the availability of funds.  Grants are awarded to current students and then to entering students.  Applications are available from the school business office.

In 1999-2000, fifteen percent of our students receive tuition assistance and the average grant is $2,250.

Family discount: There is a discount of ten percent of tuition for each sibling enrolled in the school. 

Aiken Scholars:  Each year Aiken Prep awards $500 up to $1,500 merit-based scholarships through the Aiken Scholars Program.  The Aiken Scholars Program is open to entering sixth and ninth grade students.  Students enter the Aiken Scholars competition by achieving top scores on the SSAT entrance test.  Scholars are chosen after a review of the application and a personal interview.  The awards are good for all three years of Middle School or all four years of Upper School as long as the student maintains a B average and is considered a student in good standing. For information on the Aiken Scholars Program, contact the admission office



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