EAGLE School is committed to serving gifted children from all economic backgrounds. Offering financial assistance enables EAGLE School to serve a diverse socio-economic student body and assures that the needs of gifted children are met regardless of financial need. Financial aid at EAGLE is granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need. Applying for financial aid does not affect one’s chances for admission at EAGLE School. Admissions decisions are first made without regard to financial status.The EAGLE Scholarship Fund promotes equal access and benefits from gifts, grants, and parent fund-raising efforts.
Students who have been accepted for admission and have demonstrated financial need will be considered for scholarships. (On the school application, parents/guardians may indicate their interest in applying for financial aid.) Scholarship application forms will be available by the end of March and should be completed and submitted to the Main Office by the end of April. Scholarship decisions are generally made during the first week of May.
EAGLE School does not discriminate against any person on the basis of age, gender, race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, political persuasion, national or ethnic origin, or disability in matters of administered services, employment, or admissions and tuition assistance policies.