An Oak Grove education is a significant investment in your child’s future and one that may be a financial challenge. Each year, Oak Grove School awards need-based financial assistance to a limited number of families. Funds are not sufficient to serve all applicants, and priority is given to re-enrolling students. Financial aid grants are typically no more than 25% of tuition, and there are no 100% awards. Financial aid applications for re-enrolling families are due January 15, 2021. NEW applicants must submit the application for financial aid by February 1, 2021.
Financial aid is available to all grade levels, from Preschool through High School. Tuition for the 2020-2021 academic year is posted below.
School and Student Services (SSS), a service of the National Association of Independent Schools, is utilized for the application process. Families must apply for financial aid annually, remaining eligible by demonstrating significant need and by keeping their student’s school account in good standing.
Please visit the links below to apply for tuition assistance. Contact the Admissions Office at (805) 646-8236 x109 with any questions.
The aim of these scholarship opportunities is to honor High School students who embody the values of Oak Grove School. Through The Arts of Living and Learning, a framework inspired by the intent and philosophy of our founder J. Krishnamurti, we encourage students to use their minds, their bodies, and their hearts well. The relationships among students, teachers, and parents and the emphasis on inquiry and self-knowledge offer High School students a rich climate for learning. Not every scholarship is available each year. All scholarships are need-based and require a financial aid application as well. Please communicate with the admisisons team when considering applying for a scholarship.
Oak Grove School does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, creed, religion, national origin, cultural heritage, age, gender, marital status, political beliefs, disability, sexual orientation, or family style in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship programs, and other school-administered programs. View the unabridged policy.
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