Affording Wolf

For Complex Learners, attending Wolf is often a life-changing opportunity. At Wolf, students who once struggled in a traditional classroom experience small class size, engaging enrichments, an innovative teaching model, and gain access to the tools and support they need to unlock their true potential.

Our highly trained teachers and professional staff work tirelessly to find the strategies and supports that lead to confidence, compassion, and a love of learning in each child. With these tools, students transition to high school prepared to take on challenges, ready for successful learning, and excited for a productive, joyful life ahead.

Our highly trained teachers and professional staff work tirelessly to find the strategies and supports that lead to confidence, compassion, and a love of learning in each child. With these tools, students transition to high school prepared to take on challenges, ready for successful learning, and excited for a productive, joyful life ahead.

While a Wolf School education can have a transformative effect on a child’s life, we realize that sending your child to Wolf is a significant financial investment.

“I am reminded each and every day that I am so lucky to be in an environment where I can trust people (and) not be self-conscious”

– A Wolf School Student

“It would honestly be an understatement to say that Wolf has been one of the best things that have ever happened for our son and for our family.”

– A Wolf School Parent

The Wolf School 2021-2022 Tuition

Kindergarten (8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m) – $39,500

Grades 1 – 8 (8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.) -$61,900

Tuition can be paid in 10 monthly payments using FACTS Tuition Management or through 2 semi-annual payments after the initial deposit has been made. Wolf accepts out-of-district placements as well as privately placed students. We also offer financial aid.

Financial Aid

Financial aid is available based solely on need and on a rolling basis. Please note that there is a limited financial aid budget. The Wolf School utilizes a nationally known service, School and Student Services (SSS) to help determine a family’s ability. 

To apply for financial aid, families need to complete an application and submit a copy of their most recent tax return. We ask those divorced or separated parents to each complete an application. Apply online.

Decisions about financial aid are made by the Wolf School Financial Aid Committee beginning in the spring for the following school year. To make our decision, we use the information from the PFS as a starting point. We also consider our school policies and practices, as well as the budget we have available. We will communicate our financial aid decision to you directly.

For any further questions about financial aid, please contact Wolf School’s Business Manager, Lynne Manchester at lmanchester@thewolfschool.org

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