Education is your best investment. What will be the return on your Sabot investment?
We offer need-based tuition assistance because we don't want the cost of a Sabot education to be a barrier to attending. Currently, 26% of our 190 students receive some amount of aid to offset the tuition cost. Like most area independent schools, our tuition assistance determinations rely in part on a needs assessment by a third party, School and Student Services by the National Association of Independent Schools. We take into consideration the results of the needs assessment, but final decisions about awards are made by Sabot at Stony Point.
Tuition assistance and admissions decisions are made independently. Parents may request tuition assistance materials when they submit their application. Tuition assistance applications must be submitted by
2017-2018 Tuition and Fees
In addition to the annual tuition, there is a one-time new family endowment fee of $100.
There are three tuition payment plans from which to choose: payment in full, payment in two installments or payment monthly. Details are provided in the enrollment contract.
Sabot at Stony Point is governed by a Board of Directors consisting of parents and community professionals. Parents also volunteer in the daily program. Like many independent schools, Sabot at Stony Point relies on tax-deductible contributions to the school for supplemental income. An annual giving campaign, fund-raising activities and capital-building efforts ensure the continuity and strengthening of the school’s programs and facilities.
It is the policy of Sabot at Stony Point to admit students and to administer financial aid without regard to race, religion, national origin, gender, or sexual orientation.