Tuition, Fees, Financial Aid

Boarding Students:
Escrow Account…$600

Day Students:
Escrow Account…$200

Support Services:
Learning Skills...$10,600
Learning Lab.....$4,200

All fees are subject to change.
School Code: 5914

Applying for Financial Aid at Proctor

Admission and financial aid are separate processes. Admission decisions are not based upon a family’s ability to pay. Once a student is admitted, the Financial Aid Committee determines whether the school will be able to meet the need of the family. Need is defined as the difference between a family’s discretionary resources and the cost of tuition.
Proctor’s need-based financial assistance program is guided by the National Association of Independent Schools’ “Principles of Good Practice for Financial Aid Administration.” The School and Student Service for Financial Aid (SSS) is used to help define our need-analysis computation procedures. The Financial Aid Committee makes a final determination taking into account each family’s resources and individual circumstances. Families should identify all possible resources for funding a Proctor education before seeking financial assistance from the school.

How to apply for financial aid:
Download Proctor’s Financial Aid Guidelines.
After November 1, 2013, go to:

Required Documents:
Parent Financial Statement (PFS)
Signed 2012 and 2013 1040s and all related schedules
Copies of all 2012 and 2013 W-2 and 1099 Forms
Signed 4506T-EZ Form
Required documents are to be submitted and processed by School and Student Services (SSS), Send all documents by February 1st, with an SSS cover sheet, directly to the following address:
P.O. Box 449
Randolph, MA  02368
Or courier/overnight mail to:
Application Processing Center
437 Turnpike St.
Canton, MA  02021
Tuition Loan Programs assist many families in making tuition payments more affordable by providing the funds upfront and spreading the payments over a longer period of time than tuition payment plans allow. However, most loan providers for private school tuitions have suspended or canceled lending to the K-12 market. We suggest checking with local banks, as smaller providers sometimes have programs.

The only NAIS corporate subscriber currently providing tuition loans is:
Your Tuition Solution
2 Park Central Drive, Suite 100
Southborough, MA  01772
(800) 920-9777


Admission decisions are made at Proctor Academy without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, citizenship, sex, sexual orientation, gender, or creed. Proctor does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, citizenship, sex, sexual orientation, gender or creed in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, financial assistance, programs, athletic programs, opportunities, or any other Academy policy or program.
The John Proctor Merit Scholarship
Accepting Applications now through February 1, 2014.
Payment Options
One Payment:
100% due July 15, 2014

*Two Payments:
60% due July 15, and 40% due November 1, 2014

Five Payments:
Five equal payments: April 15, 2014 thru August 15, 2014

*Ten Payments:
Ten equal payments May 1, 2014 thru February 1, 2015

* Tuition Refund Insurance is required for these plans.