The Church Farm School Brotherhood: Friendships and Mentorship
Relationships and a personalized approach are what sets Church Farm School apart from other college prep schools. Students get to know their teachers through virtually every area of school life, and, in turn, our faculty and staff serve as mentors: our School Counselor who tends to mental and social growth; our Director of College Guidance who keeps our students motivated toward their goals; cottage faculty who ensure students are learning to live respectfully and independently in a community; a Director of Studies who helps with course selection; and Coaches who motivate our young men to develop leadership, sportsmanship, and teamwork skills.
100% of our graduates are accepted to college, and many are recruited by some of the best schools in the nation, including: Brown University, Cornell University, Emory University, Johns Hopkins University, Princeton University, University of Pennsylvania, Vanderbilt University, Yale University, and many more.
Tuition and Financial Aid
We award financial aid
to a wide range of incomes, including some middle and upper-income families. We consider your family's household income and expenses when calculating awards. Even if you're not sure you would qualify for financial aid, we encourage you to apply.
Church Farm School’s financial aid program is open to students of any race, color, religion, nationality or ethnic origin. Parents' Financial Statements are due at Church Farm by January 15, and complete financial aid applications are due by February 15.
Boarding tuition - $50,400 *
*Tuition costs are inclusive of fees, books, room and board, meals and the provision of a laptop computer. Incidental costs may include trip fees, music lessons, laptop insurance and weekly allowance. A health insurance plan is available for separate purchase for international students.