2018-2019 Schedule of Tuition and Fees
Longview offers two main educational tracks. Each family can choose the track which best fits with its educational approach. Individuation and customization is also possible.
- Sudbury/Unschooling: Students have the most ability to choose their own educational paths. Students can take as few or as many classes as they so choose.
- Academic: Students take classes in a range of academics and are required to do limited homework and testing.
Annual Tuition (click here for Preschool Tuition) (International students should request tuition/fees/hosting costs by contacting the school directly.)
. Elementary Middle & H.S.
5 days/week $16,500 $18,500
4 days/week $13,500 $15,500
3 days/week $10,500 $12,500
2 days/week $ 7,500 $ 9,500
Siblings: A family’s 2nd child in the school pays 75% and 3rd, 4th, etc. pays 50% tuition.
Financial Aid: Longview has a policy of not turning interested students away based upon financial need. For students qualifying for financial aid, the tuition rate is a sliding scale. Families must fill out the Longview Financial Aid form (available upon request). Minimum tuition is $2,500 per student (plus fees; no sibling discount). Barter is typically required for families who qualify for tuition reduction.
Book and Art Supply Fees ——————————————-$300 per student
Fundraising Surcharge ———————————————–$500-700 ($500 for one, $600 for two and $700 for three or more enrolled students)
Special Needs Assessment —————————————–Varied (Fee may apply to students whose special needs require additional services.)
Field Trips–payable on a trip-by-trip basis
Monthly, semi-annual or annual payment schedules are available.
Regardless of tuition payment schedule, enrollment commits families to paying tuition (based upon number of days of attendance for which s/he registers) for the entire school year.
Each family is required to sign a commitment with FACTS, a tuition management service which requires automated payments, and to pay the annual fee of about $50 for this service.