Tuition | Affordability
An investment in a Seacrest education is an investment in your child's future. Seacrest has more than 35 years experience educating students within a supportive environment that unleashes our students' creative impulses. Faculty, staff and parents believe in the mission of the school and share a commitment to the school's core values to provide an extraordinary education that inspires students to love learning, to be engaged in their educational journey, to take risks and to try new things. Seacrest graduates matriculate to some of the best colleges and universities, prepared and ready to be an active participant in their college experience, much like they were at Seacrest.
Your child’s education is one of the most important decisions you will make as a family. We understand the significant financial commitment and sacrifices many families make to have their child attend Seacrest. We invite you to learn more about a Seacrest education and our Tuition Assistance program.
A Seacrest education is not in your budget?
Not so fast. Seacrest Country Day School offers need-based Tuition Assistance, Merit-Based Scholarships, and Florida School Choice Scholarships to make a Seacrest education available for more students and families.
What is Tuition Assistance?
Traditional financial aid models produce students who fall in one of two categories: full-pay or very little pay. Seacrest Country Day School enrolls a socioeconomic diverse population of mission-appropriate students and families; a community parallel to the world we reside with families from all income brackets. Tuition Assistance enables parents to make the investment of a Seacrest education for their children, at a cost appropriate for their family.
More families qualify for Tuition Assistance than you think.
Current Seacrest families who qualify for Tuition Assistance have incomes up to $340,000. The average income of families paying an indexed tuition is $126,000 and 50% of our families receive some form for financial assistance.
How do families qualify for Tuition Assistance?
To determine if a family qualifies for Tuition Assistance, Seacrest utilizes Student and School Services (SSS), a consulting firm and processor of tuition assistance applications for independent schools across the country.
Tuition Assistance qualification is based primarily on the family’s prior year income and overall financial situation. Our committee evaluates each application in a fair, consistent and confidential manner. We take time to understand the nuances and unique circumstances of each family.
To view Tuition Assistance guidelines and instructions, click here.
Click the purple School & Student Services button below to create an account and start the application process. The SSS Code for Seacrest is 7225.
"We love Seacrest! It is an incredible school with a wonderful community of teachers, staff, students, and parents all committed to providing a holistic education within a loving and supportive environment. The academic curriculum is forward-thinking and innovative and we've been impressed how so much work is cross-curricular providing a deeper understanding of the subject matter. The teachers are wonderful and the environment is inclusive and inviting. My kids are in early elementary and have very different personalities and gifts but have both found a home at Seacrest and are thriving. Their strengths have been encouraged and supported and their challenges have been appropriately addressed helping them to grow in new ways. They love going to school and we are delighted to know they are in such a loving, supportive, and wonderful school. I couldn't recommend this school more."