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Tuition, Aid, Awards


Multi-Family Tuition

For students with siblings, 10% is taken off of the youngest child’s tuition.

Financial Aid & Scholarships

For families who qualify for assistance, we offer a limited amount of financial aid designed to enable deserving students to attend or continue to attend The Sagemont School. During the application process, please advise us that you will be applying for financial aid. We partner with School and Student Services (SSS) in our financial aid process. To begin, you will complete the SSS Parents’ Financial Statement (PFS) then submit the required documents for The Sagemont School. SSS will request specific documentation needed for a proper review. Once complete, SSS will send us a report and we will contact you with your award information. Families must apply with SSS annually to continue with assistance. The financial aid season begins in February and ends in May. Detailed instructions can be found HERE.

The Sagemont Scholars Award is a partial need-based award available for eligible students entering grades 6-12. Students must have a cumulative GPA of no less than 3.25, positive teacher recommendations and evidence of leadership in school and community activities. The family must have proven financial need based on their completed SSS report. For an award to be considered, the student must apply to Sagemont, turn in requested admissions documents and take the Sagemont entrance exam. Applicants must apply by March 1 each year.

Sagemont strives to identify and encourage highly talented students and offers awards for tuition reduction through the Sagemont Best and Brightest Awards beginning in grade 9. This is not need-based. Students must have at least a 3.8 GPA, standardized test scores in the 90% in both math and language arts, and show exemplary extra-curricular aptitude. Leadership roles and positive character must be proven. Applicants must apply by March 1 each year.

The McKay and Gardiner Scholarships are state-sponsored scholarship program for students with disabilities accepted by the Sagemont School if the student meets our criteria for acceptance. Families are financially responsible to pay the remaining balance of tuition and fees. The Sagemont School also accepts the Florida Tax Credit Scholarship, a need-based scholarship, and the Hope Scholarship, a scholarship for students who have been subjected to an incident of bullying or harassment.

For more information on the state-sponsored scholarship programs, please visit floridaschoolchoice.org.