Westminster means opportunity.
You won't find another school like Westminster.
Our students are insatiably curious and tirelessly innovative. In response, our faculty–80 percent of whom have graduate degrees–reinvent courses, reimagine classrooms, and redefine paradigms. Westminster is a place where students can test their scientific theories, stretch their athletic abilities, explore the creative spark inside, and more. We're not surprised when our alums become distinguished photographers, environmental advocates, professional athletes, renowned actors, and state Supreme Court judges. That's because their classroom isn't only our 180-acre campus. It's the world. A Westminster education is the investment of a lifetime.
|Pre-First through Fifth Grade||$27,425|
|Sixth through Twelfth Grade||$31,500|
Tuition and fees include lunch, academic activity fees for all students, and technology resources. Students in pre-first through second grade have the use of iPads, while students in grades three through twelve use MacBooks. Book fees also include any software licensing fees for specific courses. While included for Lower School students, books typically average $400 to $500 for Middle School students and $700 to $850 for Upper School students.
Westminster is committed to providing bright, motivated, curious students with an unparalleled education regardless of their ability to pay. More than $5 million is awarded each year to families with demonstrated need.
Families are encouraged to apply annually for financial aid directly through The School and Student Service for Financial Aid (SSS) website.
Westminster families may access the financial aid resource page in Wildcat Web to learn more.
- Should my family apply for financial aid?
- How many students receive financial aid?
- Does Westminster offer scholarships?
- Will my award automatically renew the next year?
- How will my child's experience be different if we accept an award?
- What if I am divorced or unmarried?
- What resources from SSS can guide me when filling out the financial aid application?