Tuition & Financial Aid

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An Investment in Your Student's Future

As a school, we dedicate ourselves toward helping young women and men grow and evolve into their best selves.

An investment in a Morristown-Beard School education powerfully prepares our graduates for their futures, wherever those paths may lead. As a school, we dedicate ourselves toward helping these young women and men grow and evolve into their best selves. By inspiring these young hearts and minds to think in a forward-thinking, globally conscious way, Morristown-Beard School makes a lifelong impact at a vital time in our students’ lives.

Morristown-Beard School offers students an academic environment that features small class sizes (8-12 students per class), learned faculty (71% of whom hold advanced degrees, including 19% with PhDs), and a rigorous – yet balanced – student experience. We recognize that tuition represents a significant investment, and that’s where financial aid can help. By reducing the annual tuition for students who qualify for financial aid, MBS seeks to empower families to make well-reasoned decisions during the admission process.

2019-2020 Financial Aid Awarded
$3,800,000

 
2019-2020 Total Cost of Attendance 
Upper School $43,875
Middle School $42,235

The Value of an MBS Education

Ryan Waters '17

“I didn’t fully understand – until now – how well Morristown-Beard prepared me for my college experience. It’s been eye-opening. For example, my English and history classes last semester here at the Naval Academy weren’t any more difficult, or writing intensive, than my classes at MBS. It’s made my transition to college, which includes my participation in a Division I varsity sport, more manageable.

I definitely miss Morristown-Beard! It’s actually pretty cool that I haven’t met a classmate here at the Naval Academy who enjoyed their previous school experience more than I did. The student experience was challenging, but definitely balanced… There’s really no place like MBS!”

Ryan Waters ’17
Midshipman, US Navy