BRENTWOOD SCHOOL IS COMMITTED TO MAKING AN EXCEPTIONAL EDUCATION ACCESSIBLE TO THE MOST TALENTED STUDENTS IN THE LOS ANGELES AREA.
We recognize that a Brentwood School education is a major investment and one that can be a challenge for many families. Brentwood School remains firmly dedicated to helping families afford this educational choice. To that end, we offer two payment options for all families and a need-based financial assistance program for those who qualify.
On the basis of demonstrated financial need, Brentwood School annually awards approximately $5 million in financial assistance to students. With financial assistance, many families discover that a Brentwood School education is within their reach.
Tuition Payment Options
The tuition obligation (tuition less applicable deposit and any financial assistance) is due on July 1.
Ten-month Payment Plan
The tuition obligation (tuition less applicable deposit and any financial assistance) is paid in ten equal installments. Payments begin July 5 and continue through April 5. Completion of a Retail Installment Contract (including agreement to pay applicable finance charges at approximately 6%) is required.
Brentwood School offers financial assistance to qualified students who would not be able to attend the school without this support. Brentwood School operates a need-blind admission policy, meaning a family's application for financial assistance will have no bearing on a student's admission application.
Brentwood School uses ISM FAST (Financial Aid for School Tuition) to assess a family’s level of need. FAST provides us with unbiased information that allows us to methodically review each family’s situation. All financial assistance documents (including FAST application, Tax Returns, etc.) and the review process are held in the strictest confidence.
|Tuition for the 2018-19 school year|
Note: Begining in 2019-20 the 6th Grade tuition will be the same as the tuition for grades 7-12.
|New Student Fee||$2,000*|
(Grades 4, 5, & 6)
(Grades 7, 8, 9, & 12)
*Brentwood School waives the new student fee and book deposit for Financial Assistance recipients.