Families must first begin an application for admissions. Once their student is an applicant, the Admissions Office will share the exact steps a family must do to qualify for financial aid. These steps include a Parent Financial Statement filed with School & Student Services and providing all required supporting tax documents.
Yes. All application materials submitted by a family are kept confidential. Only members of the Financial Aid Committee have access, and primarily, the Director of Admissions and Enrollment Management reviews the documents submitted.
Only after the student receives an admissions offer will the Financial Aid Committee be able to consider a family’s application for financial aid. If a family’s financial aid application is complete, the Committee will make every effort to issue an enrollment contract with a financial aid award.
The guidelines for applying for financial aid include deadline dates, and while applications submitted after the published due dates may be considered, funds are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Funds are also limited to a set budget each year. The Admissions Office encourages families to apply for financial aid as soon as possible.
While Webb School is committed to awarding over $1.5 million in financial aid annually, the number of applications does exceed the amount of funds available. Webb School does offer a 10-month payment plan to assist families. Some families also seek out other options to help offset the costs.