Jackson Prep is pleased to announce a strategic tuition plan to meet the needs of current families and incoming families during formidable times.
The Jackson Prep Board of Trustees is tasked annually with evaluating tuition. There are exciting changes to the 2021-2022 school year tuition structure. The Board of Trustees has established that grades 8 through 12 will not have a tuition increase for the 2021-2022 school year.
Board President John Davis stated, “The challenges of 2020 have impacted us all, and we are hopeful that keeping our tuition at its current level will benefit all our families.”
For grades 6 and 7—Jackson Prep’s main entry grades—Prep is lowering tuition significantly for the 2021-2022 school year. The adjustment in tuition for our entry level grades will assist in affordability challenges and is supported by our endowment growth initiatives.
Families looking for quality education often look at the independent school setting. Independent schools offer definite benefits: smaller classes, excellent teaching, close student-teacher relationships, and a sense of family involvement. Such a quality education requires commitment from the school, the students, and the parents. The comparative value of a Prep education is widely acknowledged to be unsurpassed.
The Board of Trustees sets the tuition for each school year.
The Foundation Membership Fee and the Enrollment Fee must accompany the Enrollment Contract, due February 1. Tuition is due beginning each year on June 10.