Tuition and Tuition Assistance

Assume that sending your child to Sandia Preparatory School is financially possible.
Sandia Prep offers tuition assistance for most income levels. In fact, 39% of our current students receive tuition assistance. Investment in elementary, middle, and high school prepares students for a lifetime of academic and career success. Moreover, independent and private schools can provide expertise in securing funding for college when the time comes.

Facts and statistics compiled by the National Association of Independent Schools:

  • A larger percentage of students at independent schools are enrolled in advanced courses than in public, parochial, and other private schools.

  • Independent school students have a greater likelihood of a student completing a bachelor’s degree or graduate degree.

  • Independent schools have low student-teacher ratios that encourage close connections with students.

In order to help you determine cost for your student to attend Sandia Prep, we have provided the following schedule of 2018 - 2019 fees. Tuition assistance is available for most income levels.

For Tuition Assistance information for the 2018-2019 academic year, please click here.

1. Set Fees
Tuition (also covers yearbook, athletic and field trip buses, campus organizations, camps, etc.)$22,390
Tuition Deposit (applied against tuition) *Lesser of $750 OR tuition less prior year financial aid, multiplied by 5%$1000
Registration Fee$25
Tuition refund management program (Required only for those choosing an installment plan.)$202
2. Variable Fees
Finance Charge
Two payment plan $190
Ten payment plan $440
PE Uniform
6th grade & new students $ 50
3. Books (Costs shown are approximate; actual costs will vary by student, according to class selections.)
Grade 6 $125
Grade 7 $125
Grade 8 $175
Grade 9 $225
Grade 10 $275
Grade 11 $300
Grade 12 $300
4. Additional Expenses (optional)
Athletic team expenses (per sport)$50 - $250
School photos (personal packet)$ 8 - $ 31
Lunch (per day), if purchased$ 4 - $ 7