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Tuition and Financial Aid

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We believe that socio-economic diversity enriches our community. Our goal is to ensure that an LMS education is accessible to a broad socio-economic spectrum. LMS’ financial aid program provides need-based aid to families who might not otherwise be able to attend LMS. Families who feel they need financial assistance to attend the school are encouraged to apply for financial aid. Please contact Rebecca Blake, Director of Admission and Financial Aid, if you have any questions.
 
Financial Aid Timeline
    
November thru January: Financial Aid applications are available online from SSS
 
December 1:  Financial aid application due to SSS from current parents
 
Mid January:  Financial aid grant offers mailed to current parents
    
January 23:  Financial aid application due to LMS and SSS from applicant parents

Early February: Signed financial aid grant letters due back to the office from current families 
    
March 10:  Financial Aid grant offers mailed to accepted families

April 10:  Signed financial aid grant letters due back to the admission from from new families 

Financial Aid at LMS
Financial Aid at LMS -- Policy, Guidelines, and Application Instructions
Policies and guidelines for how financial aid is allocated to families applying, or re-enrolling, at LMS. 
Tuition
For School Year 2013-2014 
 
Children's House:
    Toddler             
     Half Day          $18,540
     Full Day           $23,870

    Preschool
     Half Day           $17,500
     Full Day            $22,460

    Kindergarten     $22,460
 

Lower Elementary: $23,820
 
Upper Elementary:  $25,310
 

Middle School:        $27,870 
 

Lexington Montessori School admits students of any race, sex, religion, sexual orientation, handicap status, national origin or ethnicity to all rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to all students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, religion, creed, disabilities, sexual orientation, handicap status, national origin or ethnicity in administration of its educational and admission policies, financial aid programs and athletic or school-administered programs.