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Tuition and Financial Aid

We are committed to making a Maret education accessible for as many talented and motivated students as possible, regardless of ability to pay.

Tuition and Fees (Academic Year 2021-22)

Lower School K–4 $36,780 (includes textbooks and hot lunch)
Middle School 5–8  $39,890 (includes hot lunch)
Upper School 9–12  $42,355 (includes hot lunch)
Athletics   $0–$800 (Financial aid available.)
Intensive Study Week (ISW)  $0–$500 (Financial aid available.)
Textbooks (Grades 5–12)  $0–$500 (Financial aid available.)
New Student Fee (One-time fee) $1,500 (Rate adjusted for financial aid recipients.)

About Financial Aid at Maret

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Bobby Holt
Associate Director of Admission and Director of Financial Aid
bholt@maret.org
202-939-8814


Don't Forget

Don't forget to complete both the admission application AND the financial aid application.

How to Apply for Financial Aid

Financial aid and scholarship funding decisions are made subsequent to—and separately from—admission decisions.


Important Dates

Families applying for admission to Maret must meet these deadlines. Current Maret families applying for aid for the first time should contact Director of Financial Aid Bobby Holt for additional guidance.


By the Numbers

77%

 of average tuition or $30,431 is the average grant amount

25%

of the student body receives financial aid

40%

 of Families receiving financial aid have a gross household Income of <$150K

37%

of Families receiving financial aid have a gross household Income of $150K–$250K

23%

of Families receiving financial aid have a gross household Income of >$250K

Financial Aid Scenarios

The following scenarios are designed using Maret’s 2020-2021 tuition and serve as examples of the types of cases considered by the Financial Aid Committee. Each family’s financial picture is unique and a great deal of information is considered as part of Maret’s need-based financial aid awards.

These scenarios do not represent the full scope of the information considered by the Committee, nor are the financial aid awards outlined below definitive for specific circumstances.

Maret’s financial aid decisions support the mission of the School and are guided by NAIS’ Principles of Best Practice for Financial Aid Administration.


Scholarships

All financial aid at Maret is need-based. Funding from the scholarships below helps support talented learners with unique perspectives. Questions about the programs listed below? Contact Director of Financial Aid Bobby Holt.