Tuition Assistance

For the 2022-2023 school year, we offered approximately $4.8 million in tuition assistance awards to 34% of our student body. Tuition Assistance is available for PreKindergarten through Grade 12. Approximately 50% of the budget is typically awarded to Upper School students.

You may request tuition assistance materials by contacting: Natalie J. Brennan ’05, Associate Director of Admission & Tuition Assistance, at or 610-801-1205, or Deb Goggins, Admission Office Assistant, at or 610-801-1203.

Tuition Assistance Application and Timeline for the 2023-2024 School Year

Agnes Irwin uses an organization called School and Student Services (SSS) to help determine the financial need of a family. For general information about Financial Aid at Independent Schools, please consult the National Association of Independent Schools website. Please see our First-Time Family Guide to Tuition Assistance for commonly asked questions and detailed information. Current families should see the Returning Family Guide to Tuition Assistance for commonly asked questions and detailed information about the tuition assistance process. 

If your family would like to be considered for tuition assistance as part of your application to Agnes Irwin, please notify your Admission Director immediately and our team will work with you on our process. The deadline for the first round of Tuition Assistance has passed. We continue to accept Tuition Assistance applications for the year until we have exhausted funding.

A checklist for new families and returning families is available to help you keep track of the information that is required to complete the tuition assistance application.

Tuition Assistance Application Process

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Request materials, ask a question, or start the conversation by emailing Natalie J. Brennan '05, Associate Director of Admission & Tuition Assistance, or call her at 610-801-1205.

Named Awards

As part of the tuition assistance program, there are also five named awards for new students whose families demonstrate financial need.