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Tuition Information

TUITION INCLUDES:

  • Courses
  • All Course Fees
  • College Counseling Program
  • Room and Board
  • Bedding and Towels
  • Program-scheduled Airport Transportation only on day of arrival/departure
  • Loan of Books for summer use
  • All On-campus Activities
  • In-room Local Telephone Service
  • In-room Internet Access
  • Health Insurance.

Upper School Boarding Students
  Tuition $8,850
  Non-refundable deposit ($1,770)
  Balance due May 1st $7,080
 
English as a Second Language Boarding Students
  Tuition $9,250
  Non-refundable deposit ($1,850)
  Balance due May 1st $7,400
 
Lower School Institute Boarding Students
  Tuition $9,250
  Non-refundable deposit ($1,850)
  Balance due May 1st $7,400
     
Hybrid Boarding Students
Boarding Students Only

Tuition $5,000

Non-refundable deposit ($1,000)

Balance due May 1st $4,000

Day Programs 
Upper School Day Students
Day students must select at least one course in order to sign up for an afternoon activity, college counseling or SAT Prep.
  Cost Per Course (students may take a maximum of two courses) $2,400
  Afternoon Activity (day students must be taking at least one course) $625

College Counseling (day students must be taking at least one course) $625
Lower School Institute Day Students

Tuition $6,100

After a student is accepted into the program, in order to secure his or her spot for the summer, a non-refundable deposit of $1,500 is due within two weeks of acceptance with the balance due by May 1st.

Online Program Tuition:

Day Students Only
 

Tuition $2000 
  Nonrefundable Deposit
$400
  Balance Due May 1st
$1600

Optional Programs
Available to Boarding Students. Day students must take at least one course in order to sign up for any of these optional programs.

Princeton Review SAT Prep Course $900 

Princeton Review SSAT Prep Course $800 

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FINANCIAL AID

If you plan to apply for financial aid, please e-mail the Summer Session office at summer@andover.edu to request the Financial Aid Form.

ADDITIONAL EXPENSES:

Students do not need to bring any additional cash if they pre-pay for off-campus and college trips; however, many of our students choose to bring spending money for local shops and restaurants. If students do not pre-pay for trips, we recommend that they bring approximately $700 to cover off campus trips, college trips, and personal spending.  Cash and/or debit cards are recommended, as we cannot guarantee the security of personal property that students leave in dormitory rooms. 

UNPAID BALANCES:

Late acceptances (on or after May 1st) require full payment within two weeks.  After June 1, 2016, unpaid balances are assessed a $100 late fee.

A $50 charge will be assessed each time a check presented in payment of a student's account is not honored by the bank. 

If a returned check was the means of meeting a payment deadline, the deadline will not be considered met and the appropriate late charges will be applied.

REFUNDS:

If a course is canceled by Summer Session and a student has indicated no alternate choice, deposit and tuition are refunded. If a student accepts placement in an alternate course and then withdraws, tuition refund will be based on the schedule below.

A student who withdraws after June 26, 2017, or is dismissed for any reason from Summer Session, will not be granted a refund. 

Refunds are granted according to the following schedule, based on the date the Summer Session Office receives written notice of a student's withdrawal:

  • 75% of the paid balance (excluding nonrefundable deposit) will be refunded on or before June 1 2017.
  • 50% of the paid balance (excluding nonrefundable deposit) will be refunded on or before June 12, 2017.
  • 30% of the paid balance (excluding nonrefundable deposit) will be refunded on or before June 19, 2017
  • 10% of the paid balance (excluding nonrefundable deposit) will be refunded on or before June 26, 2017.

·      No tuition will be refunded on or after June 27, 2017.

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