Tuition and Financial Aid


Springmont is a unique, high quality learning environment with a commitment to making this school experience accessible to all families.  To accomplish this, tuition includes most school associated costs, and the tuition setting philosophy is to have a simple structure with few increases across the 12 ages served.  Springmont is a non-profit organization dependent upon tuition as its principal source of income, yet commits approximately 8% of annual income to financial aid.   Our graduates are accepted into Atlanta’s finest high schools as a result of the investment in their Springmont education.  If our mission, values and unique approach to education appeals to you, apply and discover what a Springmont education can mean in the life of your child.  

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  • About Tuition

    Annual tuition covers the basic cost of educating your child at Springmont. Included are the cost of instruction, school and art supplies, class Field Trips, overnight Landschool trips, Media Center resources, IMPACT dues, Strings instruction for Upper Elementart students, annual class photographs, standardized tests and student accident insurance.

    Additional costs may be incurred for the following: Going Out trips, individual school pictures, musical instrument repair, musical costumes, Strings performance attire, Plus Program (Educational Support Services), 6th year Excursion, Middle School annual class trip and/or Middle School International trip.
  • Deposits and Fees

    • A $75.00 non-refundable application fee is required with all applications.
    • In addition to tuition, Springmont charges a New Student Registration Fee of $500.00. This fee is non-refundable and is due with the initial tuition payment.
    • A $1,000.00 tuition deposit is due along with each signed enrollment agreement. Tuition deposits are non-refundable and are credited against tuition.
      • Returning Students: Enrollment agreements and deposits are due March 1.
      • New Students: Enrollment agreements and deposits are due April 13.
  • Financial Aid

    Springmont is committed to making an exceptional education accessible to a diverse community of students, and has more than doubled the number of financial aid awards over the past three years, and strives to continue this trend.  

    The Financial Aid process is confidential. Springmont utilizes a 3rd party financial aid evaluation service, FAST, Powered by ISM, to analyze applications and make recommendations regarding awards. Applications are made online at the FAST portal. 

    Applications for returning students are due by January 6, 2017.  Applications for new students should be submitted with the Springmont application, and are due by February 15, 2017. 

    Awards are communicated to families as part of offered enrollment agreements. The range of awards is between 5% and 50%, however there is no guarantee of an award, and applications must be submitted annually for reconsideration.

    Families receiving a Financial Aid award may utilize any of the payment options offered by Springmont including various payment plans administered SmartTuition, Springmont's tuition management service.  
     
    Please contact Terry Thompson, Director of Finance, at 404-252-3910 or tthompson@springmont.com with all Financial Aid questions.
  • Payment Options

    Springmont offers a variety of payment options including:

    • ONE PAYMENT WITH EARLY PAYMENT DISCOUNT - Families who pay tuition and all other applicable fees, including non-refundable $500 New Student Registration fee, by June 1 will receive a 2% discount.
    • ONE PAYMENT – Full tuition and all other applicable fees, including non-refundable $500 New Student Registration fee, are due July 15. (For students enrolling after July 15, tuition balance and all other applicable fees are due before the student may attend class.)
    • SIX to NINE PAYMENTS - Families may choose to pay tuition and all other applicable fees, including non-refundable $500 New Student Registration fee, via payment plans administered by SmartTuition. Families who wish to utilize a payment plan may need to begin payments as early as April for final payment to be received by December, in accordance with Springmont's standard practice.  Information about SmartTuition credit card options and electronic bank account drafts is included with enrollment agreements. 
    Please contact Terry Thompson, Director of Finance at 404-252-3910 or tthompson@springmont.com with any Tuition or Payment Plan questions.

Admission FAQs

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  • How does the financial aid process work?

    The Financial Aid process is confidential. Springmont utilizes a 3rd party financial aid evaluation service, FAST, Powered by ISM, to analyze applications and make recommendations regarding awards. Applications are made online at the FAST portal.

    Please contact Terry Thompson, Director of Finance, at 404-252-3910, Ext. 213, or tthompson@springmont.com with all Tuition and Financial Aid questions.

2017-2018 Tuition

Academic Program Day Time Tuition
Half Day Programs
Toddler (Three Day) Mon. - Wed. 8:45 - 11:45 $9,900
Toddler (Five Day) Mon. - Fri. 8:45 - 11:45 $13,200
Primary Mon. - Fri. 8:30 - 12:00 $13,200
School Day Programs
Toddler (Three Day) Mon. - Wed. 8:45 - 3:00 $14,100
Toddler (Five Day)  Mon. - Fri. 8:45 - 3:00 $18,800
Primary Mon. - Fri. 8:30 - 3:00 $18,800
Elementary Mon. - Fri. 8:30 - 3:00 $18,800
Middle School Mon. - Fri. 8:30 - 3:15 $19,900
All Day Programs
Toddler (Three Day) Mon. - Wed. 7:30 - 6:00 $16,275
Toddler (Five Day) Mon. - Fri. 7:30 - 6:00 $21,700
Primary Mon. - Fri. 7:30 - 6:00 $21,700
Elementary Mon. - Fri. 7:30 - 6:00 $21,700
Middle School Mon. - Fri. 7:30 - 6:00 $22,800

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