An exceptional boarding school community for boys in grades nine through twelve.

TUITION

Financing an independent school education is a major investment in a boy's future. The cost of educating a student at Woodberry Forest School — with our small classes, superior faculty, personalized attention, and comprehensive programs — is substantial. We are committed to making Woodberry affordable for the family of each student we admit.

Because the actual cost of educating each student exceeds the cost of our tuition and fees, every Woodberry student receives assistance from the philanthropy of alumni and other supporters of the school — the difference between the tuition and fees and the actual cost of a Woodberry education.

In the current school year that assistance offsets the true cost of a Woodberry education by $23,000 for each boy. Our substantial tuition assistance budget comes entirely from generous alumni, parents, and friends. For the current school year, 44% of our students received tuition assistance; the average grant is over $33,600. We award tuition assistance to many middle-income families, families with relatively high incomes but more than one child in school, and those whose financial circumstances qualify them for a grant that equals the full cost of tuition and fees. Even if you're not sure you would qualify for assistance, we encourage you to apply.

Applying for tuition assistance has absolutely no effect on a student’s application for admission. Admission decisions are based on a student’s qualifications and the likelihood that he will contribute to the life of the school. An applicant is first accepted for enrollment and then the family’s application for assistance is considered.


Woodberry's tuition assistance program is open to students of any race, creed, and national or ethnic origin. Parents' Financial Statements are due at Woodberry by January 31, and complete tuition assistance applications are due by February 25. Please let us know if you have any questions.


Tuition Assistance

Because the actual cost of educating each student exceeds that of our tuition and fees, every Woodberry student, in effect, receives aid — the difference between the tuition and fees, and the actual cost of a Woodberry education.

Our substantial financial aid budget comes entirely from many generous alumni, parents, and friends. In recent years, 40% of our students have received financial aid; the range of grants is from $1000 to $55,600.
 
We award tuition assistance to many middle-income families, families with relatively high incomes but more than one child in school, and those whose financial circumstances qualify them for a grant that equals the full cost of tuition and fees. Even if you're unsure of whether you qualify for assistance, we encourage you to apply.

Applying for tuition assistance has absolutely no effect on a student’s application for admission. Admission decisions are based on a student’s qualifications and the likelihood that he will contribute to the life of the school. An applicant is first accepted for enrollment and then the family’s application for assistance is considered.

Woodberry's tuition assistance program is open to students of any race, creed, and national or ethnic origin. Parents' Financial Statements are due at Woodberry by January 31, and complete financial aid applications are due by February 25


Tuition

The tuition for the 2017-2018 school year is $55,600. This price includes room, board, and all school activities. There are no activity fees.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Assistant Headmaster for Admission and College Counseling
P: (540) 672-6020
M: (540) 409-1892
F: (540) 672-3787

Frazier Stowers
Director of Admission and Tuition Assistance
P: (540) 672-6055
M: (540) 406-7161
F: (540) 672-3787

Director of Tuition Assistance
P: (540) 672-6054
M: (540) 407-1782
F: (540) 672-3787

Chase Spong
Associate Director of Admission and Tuition Assistance 
P: (540) 672-6022
M: (540) 407-1770
F: (540) 672-3787


Woodberry Forest School

Woodberry Forest, VA 22989   Phone: 540-672-3900
Woodberry Forest admits students of any race, color, sexual orientation, disability, religious belief, and national or ethnic origin to all of the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sexual orientation, disability, religious belief, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic or other school-administered programs. The school is authorized under federal law to enroll nonimmigrant students.