Kindergarten - Grade 1
Chase is able to offer generous scholarships and grants to student scholars who are able to show demonstrated success in academics and one of the following areas: leadership, artistic (performing or visual), or athletic ability.
The Financial Aid program* at Chase Collegiate is need-based. When the family of an accepted student demonstrates financial need, the School makes every effort to help offset the cost of a Chase Collegiate education according to that family's particular need. Aid decisions are guided by financial data submitted to School and Student Services by Community Brands and by review of the application data by Chase Collegiate’s Financial Aid Committee.
Assistance is awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need, and it is available to students in Kindergarten through Grade 12. Once a financial aid commitment is made to a family, continuing assistance can be anticipated as long as financial need continues to be demonstrated.
Assistance* ranges from a few hundred dollars to a significant percentage of need, and financial aid is based on financial information filed with School and Student Services by NAIS (SSS). Financial assistance reduces a family's obligation to the School and does not need to be repaid. Some families use a multi-generational approach to meeting the demands of tuition, with grandparents and other family members giving assistance.
All families applying for financial assistance must complete the Parents' Financial Statement (PFS). Our school code is 6718.
Tuition & Affordability
Chase believes that all qualified students should have access to unique educational courses and opportunities. Our Admissions Team recognizes that, while it is an important investment in your child's future, a Chase Collegiate education represents an expense that may be beyond some families' reach. That's why we are committed to ensuring that Chase is affordable for qualified students.