2013-2014: Explanation of Fees and Expenses
Tuition is billed July 1, 2013. Please see Payment Options Form for Due Dates.
Boarding Students: $49,485
|Kindergarten (Full Day)
|Pre-Primes and Primes (Grades 1 & 2)
|I Form through VII Form (Grades 3 - 9)
This program offers one-on-one instruction five times a week by Orton-Gillingham trained teachers. Each student’s curriculum is individualized and directed towards the student’s learning differences. The annual fee for Language Skills is $5,480.00, billed July 1, 2013.
English As A Second Language (ESL)
English as a Second Language (ESL) is comprised of two levels with three courses in each level. The courses are designed to help students develop their conversational and academic English, reading comprehension, awareness of social and cultural differences and to introduce them to American History. The annual fee for ESL is $7,350.00, billed July 1, 2013.
See the attached Tuition Refund Plan Brochure for explanation of coverage. All Student Accounts will be charged for this insurance, due July 15, 2013. To waive the tuition refund plan, the total annual tuition must be by july 15, 2013. To decline enrollment, please sign and return the Tuition Refund Waiver Form to the Business Office by July 15, 2013. Upon receipt of this form and full payment of tuition, your account will be credited. Please note, all students on the monthly payment plan must be enrolled in the Tuition Refund Plan.
Student Accident Plan
See the attached Student Accident Plan Brochure for explanation of coverage. All Student Accounts will be charged the $72.00 annual fee for this insurance, due July 15, 2013. If the student is adequately covered through another insurance plan, you may decline enrollment. To decline enrollment, please sign and return the Student Accident Plan Waiver Form to the Business Office by July 15, 2013. Upon receipt of this form your account will be credited.
International Student Insurance Plan
The Rumsey Hall School Student Health Center and our healthcare providers have determined that providing one health insurance company for all our international students will eliminate confusion. The plan offers coverage from 8/15/13-6/15/14 for a fee of $1,445.00 due July 15th. The basic provisions and exclusions of the plan are outlined in the Student Injury & Sickness Insurance Plan Brochure. Personal identification cards will be sent directly to Rumsey.
Laundry (Boarding Students)
Each Boarding Student receives a personal laundry bag to send into E & R Laundry once a week. The service includes: wash/dry/fold; professional shirt laundering and pressing; pants and/or skirts pressed and hung; dry cleaning. All Boarding Student Accounts will be charged the annual E & R Laundry fee of $865.00, due July 15, 2013. If you choose not to use this laundry service, please contact Dean of Students, Mr. Ketchum at 860-868-0535 Ext. 115 or email@example.com
This annual fee is billed to all Student Accounts, due July 15, 2013, to help defray the cost of new hardware, internet access, and software updates.
|Day Students: K/Pre-Primes/ Primes (K - Grade 2)
|Day Students: I Form - II Form (Grades 3 - 4)
|Day Students: III Form – VII Form (Grades 5 - 9)
The Enrollment Deposit is due with the signed contract. It is non-refundable and is used towards the student’s incidental expenses (weekend activity charges, travel, etc.) which are billed on a monthly basis.
This deposit should not be deducted from tuition payments.
|Day Students: Kindergarten – III Form (K - Grade 5)
|Day Students: IV Form - VII Form (Grades 6-9)
|Boarding Students: International
|Boarding Students: Domestic: III Form - IV Form (Grades 5 - 6)
|Boarding Students: Domestic: V Form - VII Form (Grades 7 - 9)
Miscellaneous Incidental Charges
(in addition to tuition and fees)
- Medical – doctor/dentist appointments, prescriptions, all medical bills not covered by your insurance
- Health Center – overnight stays, medications, etc.
- Music Lessons – guitar, voice, piano, and many other options upon request to our Music Director
- School Store – supplies
- Athletic Supplies
- Student Activities – weekend trips
- Travel – transportation to doctor appointments, train stations or airports by faculty or livery
- Petty Cash for Travel – train tickets, meals when traveling, UM (Unaccompanied Minor) fee
- SSAT – registration fee for VI Form and VII Form (8th and 9th grades)
- Book Fair – student purchases
- Office Account – miscellaneous fees for art classes, postage, pizza parties, class pictures, etc.
- Lower School - Afternoon Enrichment Program Fees
For any questions, please contact Linda Goulet in the Business Office: