Tuition and Financial Aid
"Nothing is more important than giving your child a good start in school. And there is nothing worse than your child having a poor experience – you want your child to love school, not hate it. Studies show a child’s early school experience determines how he or she will succeed in later grades. As a parent, you want to be sure that your child is being served by a school environment that will help him her not just succeed, but thrive, now, in high school, in college, and in life." - Association of Delaware Valley Schools.org
What better investment in your children’s future than giving them the best option to love school early? It may make all the difference in their lives.
Grades 6-8: $36,500 (includes the use of a MacBook for each student)
Tuition is inclusive of all fees. The only additional fee a family may incur is if their child participates in After-School Guided Study, where for a nominal fee students can work on homework in a quiet setting with Benchmark teachers providing supervision.
Benchmark School offers our families three payment plans:
- Payment in full
- Payment in three installments
- Smart Tuition (9 month payment plan)
Benchmark School provides financial aid grants based on need. Application for financial aid is managed through SSS (School and Student Services) of NAIS (National Association of Independent Schools). The SSS forms provide Benchmark with an objective means of helping to determine each family’s level of need. Families who intend to apply for financial aid are encouraged to do so at the time they make application for admission.
For more information, contact Linda Lattif, Director of Admission & Enrollment Management, at 610-565-3741, ext. 144.
Benchmark School is licensed by the Pennsylvania State Board of Private Academic Schools and has been accorded 501(c)(3) status by the Internal Revenue Service. A not-for-profit, independent school, Benchmark relies on tuition and charitable gifts for its operation. Accredited by Pennsylvania Association of Independent Schools, which is a member in good standing of the National Association of Independent Schools’ Commission on Accreditation.
Benchmark School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, gender and sexuality diversity, age, or against qualified individuals with disabilities on the basis of disability, in its admissions and financial program, in the administration of its educational program, or in its employment policies.
We are proud to offer need-based financial assistance in hopes that no family will be discouraged from applying due to financial need. For more information, contact Linda Lattif, Director of Admission & Enrollment Management.
Richard and I often spoke about Benchmark as being an investment. We could have put our money in the stock market, but the return on that investment couldn't be guaranteed. On the other hand, our investment in Benchmark is sure to give Blake lifelong returns.
Tina Eisen Fox, Alumni Parent