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Tuition & Financial Assistance

2023-2024 Tuition & Fees

7th & 8th Grade Tuition $42,750
9th - 12th Grade Tuition $44,750
Enrollment Fee $2,000
- Tuition and fees are subject to review annually.

Additional costs 

Most expenses are included in tuition (e.g., books, outdoor education). Prep also has a Bring Your Own Device program and asks all students to bring a laptop to campus each day. For students receiving financial assistance, a percentage equal to their financial assistance award is applied to tuition and any additional costs essential to the Prep experience, including their computer.

Payment plans 

To help families budget their Prep tuition, the school offers families three payment plans – one-time payment plan, two-time payment plan, and 10-time payment plan.  

Applying for Financial Assistance  

Diverse communities are more creative, more effective at problem solving, and more empathetic. Those values align with Prep’s values. If the cost of a Prep education feels out of reach based on your family’s financial circumstances, we hope you will consider exploring Prep’s Financial Assistance Program and submit an application.

With a budget of almost $3.7 million, financial assistance awards range from 10% to 100% of school costs. One in four Prep students receives financial assistance with the average award of $21,525 covering over 50% of Prep’s tuition.  

We believe in enrolling a diverse community, and every family, full-pay and those receiving assistance, is served by Prep’s Financial Assistance Program. 

FAST and the application process

Prep’s financial assistance awards are based on a family’s calculated financial need. Information to determine the award is gathered through the online Financial Aid for School Tuition (FAST) application. As part of the process, families provide current federal tax documents as well as information about gross taxable income, assets, liabilities, family size, daily living expenses, number of children in tuition-charging institutions, among other things. From this information, the Financial Assistance Committee determines what amount, if any, your family can pay towards your student’s Prep tuition and expenses. The financial assistance award covers the difference between Prep’s tuition and expenses and the amount calculated by the Financial Assistance Committee. 


This process takes place at the same time as, but is separate from, the application for admissions. Families apply for financial assistance using the online FAST financial assistance application.

Financial Assistance Deadlines

  • Due January 20, 2023: FAST application; 2021 Federal 1040 or 1040A and all supporting tax schedules, if applicable. 
  • Due February 3, 2023: 2022 W-2, 1099, and Schedule C, if applicable.
  • Due April 18, 2023: 2022 Federal tax forms (Federal 1040 or 1040A and all supporting tax schedules, if applicable). Please note: All documents must be either scanned or mailed to ISM-FAST.  Please do not send documents to Flintridge Prep.
  • If 2022 federal tax return (including supporting schedules) information is available prior to April 18, 2023, please submit that information as soon as it is available

Financial Assistance Help

Theresa King, Director of Finance and Operations, or call (818) 949-5528.

Financial Aid for Student Tuition (FAST), or call toll-free 1-877-326-FAST (1-877-326-3278)

Financial Assistance FAQ

We’ve addressed frequent topics below, which you can access by clicking on each question. If there’s something left unanswered, please contact Theresa King, Director of Finance and Operations.