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 uses a service called School and Student Services (SSS) to help determine a family’s ability to pay. This service is used by over 2,400 K-12 schools nationally to provide an objective, consistent analysis of families’ finances.
To apply for financial aid, families need to complete an application and submit a copy of their most recent tax return. We ask that divorced and separated parents each honor the obligation to contribute to the education of their children, with both parents completing applications. The application is available online.
Decisions about financial aid are made by the Wolf School Financial Aid Committee beginning in the spring for the following school year. We will communicate our financial aid decision to you directly. 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.
For further information about financial aid contact:
401-432-9940 ext. 129