Worcester’s premier college-preparatory co-ed day school serving students from Central MA and MetroWest, Pre-K–Grade 12
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Affording Bancroft

A Bancroft education is a powerful and life-changing investment in your child’s future.

When you look at the tuition numbers, don’t make the mistake of assuming that Bancroft is out of reach for your family. Bancroft is a diverse and inclusive community of families from a variety of backgrounds. If your child is motivated and ready to engage fully in the exceptional academic, artistic, athletic, and service opportunities Bancroft has to offer — and if you are ready to invest in a deep partnership to prepare your child for leadership in college and the world beyond — we encourage you to inquire. 

There are many ways to afford a Bancroft education, including financial aid and scholarships, and we are here to help every qualified applicant find their way.

Tuition & Fees for 2018-2019 

Bancroft School as established the 2018-2019 Tuition Billing Schedule as follows:

Lower School Tuition
  • Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten: $13,600
  • Grade 1: $17,900
  • Grades 2-5: $29,800
Middle School Tuition
  • Grades 6-8: $33,900
Upper School Tuition
  • Grades 9-12: $37,100
Hope Graham Program (HGP) Tuition

HGP is a specialized program for students with diagnosed language-based learning differences such as dyslexia.

  • Grades 2-5: $38,600
  • Grades 6-8: $42,700
International Student Program Tuition

Bancroft partners with EduBoston to admit international students in our Upper School.

  • Grades 9–12: $43,300
Other Fees & Costs
  • Parent Faculty Association (PFA): $50 per family annual PFA dues
  • Lunch Plans: Full Year $825–$850 per student per year; A La Carte Plan (per use) billed monthly
  • Transportation (Optional): Framingham/Westborough Bus: Round Trip $2,400-$2,500 per student per year; One Way $1,500-$1,600 per student per year
  • Bancroft Fund: Voluntary annual contributions to close the tuition gap and support the School

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Tuition Payment Plan Options

PLAN 1: One Payment (Full Tuition)

  • One payment due July 30, 2018
  • Payment is based on tuition, minus your $1,000 enrollment deposit

PLAN 2: Two Payments (65% / 35%)

  • First payment (65% of tuition) due July 2018
  • Second payment (35% of tuition) due January 2019
  • Payments are based on tuition, minus your $1,000 enrollment deposit 

PLAN 3: Ten Payments 

  • 10 equal monthly payments, beginning in May 2018
  • Final payment due February 2019
  • Payments are based on tuition, minus your $1,000 enrollment deposit 

Other monthly plans are also available.

Questions? — Please contact the Bancroft School Business Office.

Payment Methods

Smart Tuition™ — Bancroft billing and payment administration is provided by Smart Tuition™. You will have 24/7 access to your Smart Tuition account online, including phone support, and the ability to make payments. You have the option to pay by check, electronic funds transfer, Internet, phone, debit card, or credit card.

Enrollment Deposit — Your Bancroft School enrollment packet will include instructions for creating a Smart Tuition account (if you do not already have one). There, you will indicate which payment plan and method you wish to use. You will need to sign the Enrollment Agreement and return it with a deposit of $1,000, payable to Bancroft School

Other Fees — Your payment plan covers tuition only. There are other required and optional fees that are billed through Smart Tuition. Such fees must be paid on time to avoid late fees or restriction of credit privileges.

Tuition Insurance — Tuition costs include coverage under the Dewar's Tuition Refund Insurance Plan

Questions? — Please contact the Bancroft School Business Office

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