Randolph offers the best education in
the region, and it’s more affordable
than you think.
We are delighted you are interested in Randolph School. Investing in an independent school education requires sacrifice and careful financial planning for all families.
How Tailored Tuition Works
The goal of Randolph's Tailored Tuition program is to attract quality students, supportive families, and put the possibility of affording a Randolph education within reach. We encourage you to read our Tuition FAQs to learn more about Tailored Tuition, how the program is funded, the financial assessment process, and our sincere desire to partner with families. Each case is unique, so please email the Admission Office with questions about how to apply for both admission and Tailored Tuition.
Applying for Tailored Tuition
With Tailored Tuition, a family’s cost is based on a sliding scale from 25 to 100 percent of tuition. Applicants have the option to submit information to a confidential third-party system for a thorough financial assessment. Following that analysis, a tuition recommendation is made and reviewed by our Tailored Tuition Team.
Tailored Tuition offerings are made separately from admissions decisions and based on availability. The application for both should be simultaneous. Early consideration is given to applicants who complete the process by January 15.
FACTS is the new home for our Tailored Tuition application process. If you are interested in a scaled, or Tailored Tuition, the time to apply is as soon as you start the application process for admission. To learn more, you're encouraged to have a conversation with Glynn Below, Director of Admission.
Note that because there are significant fixed costs for the Pre-K program, a Tailored Tuition is only available for families with students in K-12.
“Randolph did my family a tremendous service by making financial aid available.”
JEANIE PRIEST, PARENT OF RANDOLPH ALUM
"My parents, like so many, assumed they couldn’t afford it. I imagine what my experience would have been like had I enjoyed the school community and challenge of an independent school."
LESLIE COOPER, PARENT OF A RANDOLPH ALUM