When your child is struggling in school, investing in their education is invaluable to their future. Early intervention is important for students with learning differences.
Current and Alumni Summit Families report that The Summit School gave their child the foundation they needed to succeed in High School, College, and beyond...
Tuition for the 2023-2024 academic year is $35,500.
Fees associated with enrollment are described here.
We offer 3 payment plan options:
Payment in full
9 consecutive equal payments
All tuition contracts require an initial deposit which is applied toward the current year tuition balance.
All families are required to enroll in FACTS Tuition Management System.
The Summit School is committed to helping families who may not be able to afford the full tuition. Financial aid is awarded to families on the basis of demonstrated need, the number of families applying for aid, and the total amount of scholarship money available. Once financial assistance is awarded, The Summit School strives to continue financial support in subsequent years provided financial need has been demonstrated and financial obligations to the school for the preceding year have been met. Summit actively seeks private donations and support from foundations in order to offer financial assistance to our families.
- A request for financial aid information does not influence the decision to accept or decline a student for admission to The Summit School. We offer NEED-based financial aid. Award decisions are made without regard to race, color, sex, national or ethnic origin or religion. All financial aid information is held strictly confidential.
- Applying for Financial Aid:
- Complete and submit the FACTS Tuition Aid Online application. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Summit’s Business Office at 410-798-0005.
- Notification of awards is given to new and returning families by May/June.
- Mid-year applicants may apply for financial aid and will be notified prior to enrollment.
My son is graduating from high school with distinction. The decision to attend The Summit School was both difficult and one of the best decisions our family ever made. I cannot overstate how The Summit School lays the foundation for success.Alumni Parent
529 Plan Payments
As of January 1, 2018, Qualified Education Expenses include distributions from your Account up to $10,000 per year per Beneficiary across all Accounts to be used for tuition expenses for enrollment or attendance at a K-12 public, private, or religious school. State tax treatment may vary. You can read more about 529 plan options here.
Tax-deductible Medical Expenses:
Payments to The Summit School may be considered tax deductible under Special Education medical expenses as a federal itemized deduction under Section 213 of the Internal Revenue Code. See IRS Publication 502 "Medical and Dental Expenses" and scroll to the section Special Education.
The Summit School cannot provide advice on taking this deduction. For further information, consultant with a qualified tax advisor or tax lawyer. IRS information about medical care expenses can be found here.