Holland Hall offers several tuition payment plans.

Plan  A
100% of tuition, less enrollment deposit due by July 1, 2016
Tuition Refund Program (TRP) is optional if paid by July 1. For contracts issued and/or returned after July 1, TRP will be charged if full payment is not received within two weeks of Holland Hall’s receipt of the contract and deposit.

Plan  B
60% of tuition, less enrollment deposit due by July 1, 2016
1% per month interest is charged on the unpaid balance.

40% balance of tuition plus interest due by November 15, 2017
Tuition Refund Program (1.5% of tuition) is required.

Plan  C
After deposit, 10 monthly payments begin on July 1, 2016 and end on April 1, 2017.
1% per month interest is charged. Tuition Refund Program (1.5% of tuition) is required.

Payment Plan by Grade Level

Student Activity Fees
A Student Activity Fee is charged to students in all Branches to replace program-related expenses and to alleviate the necessity for fundraising for normal school activities other than community service and Board-approved fundraising projects. The fee is non-refundable. STUDENT ACTIVITY FEES ARE DUE BY JULY 1, 2016 AND ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE ABOVE TUITION PAYMENT AMOUNTS.

Preschool: $30
JK & Kindergarten: $40
1st-5th Grade: $50
6th-8th Grade: $75
9th-12th Grade: $100

 

Estimated Additional Expenses

All Grades
• Bus transportation (optional): $340-$500 per semester (discounts given for multiple children in same family)
• School pictures (optional): $20-$40 (except Senior pictures)
• Uniforms (required): approximately $200-$350
Yearbook (optional): approximately $75

Primary School
Instructional materials are provided by Holland Hall; however, parents should purchase a backpack and a lunch box for their student(s).
Optional student lunches are available through Sage for children in Preschool (4 year-old program only) through 3rd Grade.

Middle School
• Books, rentals, magazines, and supplies: $300-$500
Duke testing (optional, 7th Grade): $60-$75
• Exchange Program and special trips are optional and range in costs.
• Instrument rental: Strings $60-$125 per year depending upon instrument; Band $300-$600 per year depending upon instrument
• Meal debit card: average $25 per week
• Middle School play: $35
• Music performance group apparel: $60
• PE clothes and shoes (5th-6th Grade): $125

Upper School
Advanced Placement exams: $89 each
Art supplies: $20
Books, magazines, lab manuals, and supplies: $300-$600
Calculator: $100
Driver’s Education: $375
Dutch Weekend: $50 per person
Graduation announcements: 10 are provided free of charge. Orders thereafter are priced according to number ordered.
Graduation apparel: Girls $100-$500; Boys $100-$150
Instrument rental: Strings $60-$125 per year depending upon instrument, Band $300-$600 per year depending upon instrument
ISAS Fine Arts Festival (by invitation only): $110-$130
Meal debit card: average $25-$40 per week
Music/Dance performance group apparel (may be used for several years): $60-$100
Photography supplies: $60-$100 per class
Senior pictures (optional): $500-$700; charged by number ordered
Senior class ring (optional): $600-$800

6th–12th Grade Athletic Expenses
Athletic photographs (optional): $8-$32
Sports equipment and apparel: $20-$85 per sport: (e.g. socks, mouth guards, warm-ups, etc.)
Shoes: $50-$100

Holland Hall provides athletic uniforms and combination locks.