How Do We Apply?

  • We have rolling admissions
  • Please email at
  • We require a psychoeducational evaluation within the last three years.
  • For students that fit the criteria, The Promise School will conduct an in-person evaluation.
  • The admissions team will carefully consider The Promise School’s ability to support and improve your child’s education and social well-being. Our admissions team consists of our Directors of Education, Orton-Gillingham Fellows, and the Head of School.

Tuition & Fees

  • Tuition: $29,500
  • New Student Fee: $1,500
  • Supplies and Activity Fees: $750
  • Application Fee: $100
  • Total Investment: $31,850
  • Discounts for multiple children

Why is tuition so expensive?

  • We know that the tuition is significant. There are several non-negotiables to drive long-term academic success and educator stability.
  • We are aiming to be at or above market compensation for our educators
  • We are offering health benefits with a strong employer contribution
  • We are investing in our staff’s continued professional development and training
  • We are hiring experienced and proven staff
  • The class sizes are and will remain small, thus as we grow our roster, we must add additional classroom and O-G staff. As the students reach 7th and 8th grades, we will also need to hire additional subject matter teachers.
  • We are negotiating a large enough space to support expansion in a central location accessible to many (we all know this area is expensive).

Do you offer financial aid?

We do not currently, however, we are committed to creating access and financial support for those who need and deserve it in the next few years. The priority from now through the school opening is to enroll the right students, hire the best teachers, and build the best school climate.

The Promise School does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, ethnicity, or disability in admissions, educational policies, scholarship programs, and academic, athletic, or other school-administered policies, practices, and programs.  Nothing herein creates or intends to create any express or implied contract.