Tuition & Financial Aid

St. Andrew's Financial Aid Program

St. Andrew's is dedicated to the principle that qualified students should be able to attend this school regardless of their ability to pay.  To that end, we offer need-based financial aid awards to fill the gap between the actual cost of tuition and what a family can realistically pay.  Our hope is that our Financial Aid Program supports a student and family’s dream for an exceptional education.  
To determine award amounts, St. Andrew's uses Schools & Student Services for Financial Aid through NAIS (National Association of Independent Schools).  To be considered for a need-based award, parents are required to complete a Personal Financial Statement (PFS) and submit tax information.   Please review the documents in the Downloads and Links sections for specific instructions and tuition information. 

We know that choosing to invest in an independent school education requires careful thought and planning. If you have questions about Financial Aid, please contact Priscilla Lund, Director of Enrollment Management and Financial Aid.
2016-2017 Tuition

Kindergarten-Grade 4 
(includes snack & lunch)
Grade 5-Grade 8 
(includes snack & lunch)
Grade 9-Grade 12 
(includes breakfast & lunch)
A complete breakdown of tuition and fees is available under the Downloads section. 

SAS Financial Aid Facts

  • Over $2 million dollars awarded to 153 students
  • Awards range from 5% to 95% of tuition
  • The average award is $13,000
How can I determine if my family qualifies for Financial Aid?  

Set up a 10 minute telephone consultation.  With a few basic facts (family size, income, assets and liabilities) the School can generally determine if your family meets the criteria for a need-based aid award.  All conversations are confidential and separate from the admissions process.

Contact:  Priscilla Lund, Director of Enrollment Management & Financial Aid, 512-299-9802

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Located in Austin, Texas, St. Andrew’s Episcopal School is a private co-ed elementary, middle and high school for grades K-12. Students benefit from dedicated faculty, a challenging academic program, fine and performing arts, competitive athletics, and a wide selection of extracurricular activities.