Tuition and Fees

The Tuition Rates for 2016-17

We welcome all families to apply to Cedarwood regardless of their financial circumstances. We have a very generous tuition assistance program, and more than one-third of our students are supported through this effort. For more information regarding tuition at Cedarwood, please email either our early childhood enrollment director, Jonie Hurtt, or our grades enrollment director, Allison Fredette.

GradeDaysMaterials FeeAnnual TuitionT/A Eligibility
1-85$500$12,295Yes
K Half Day5$350$10,490Yes
K Full Day5$350$12,605Yes
K Extended Day5$350$14,100Yes
PK Half Day5$350$10,490Yes
PK Full Day5$350$12,605Yes
PK Extended Day5$350$14,100Yes
PK Half Day3$275$7,310No
PK Full Day3$275$8,800No
PK Extended Day3$275$9,885No
Parent/Child1$125$1,950No

A $75 application fee will be assessed for all new applicants. It is due with your application.

There is a $100 enrollment fee that is due with the contract for all new enrollees and re-enrollees not meeting the re-enrollment deadline.

Annual costs for grades students enrolled in extended care

Grade1 Day2 Day3 Day4 Day5 DayThursday Full DayThursday Extended Day
1-5$450$850$1,225$1,575$1,900$450$850


Need-Based Tuition Assistance

Cedarwood strives to keep our tuition affordable, and more than a third of the students at Cedarwood Waldorf School receive need-based tuition assistance. If your family is considering Cedarwood, we recommend you apply regardless of your financial circumstances. Cedarwood gave over $365,326.00 in tuition assistance, which was 11.1 percent of our operating budget forg the 2015-16 school year. The average grant awarded was $4,358.

Cedarwood Waldorf School is committed to socioeconomic diversity and continues to grow our tuition assistance program each year.

Learn more

Please visit us at one of our three open houses during the school year to learn more about applying to Cedarwood Waldorf School.

Math at Cedarwood

If all these numbers got you wondering how we approach teaching math, please take three minutes to watch the video below, narrated by our middle-school math teacher, Jacob Wooton.