Tuition and Financial Assistance
A Crofton House School education will have a transformative impact on a girl's future. Crofton House is committed to building an inclusive community of talented, passionate, and extraordinary students from a wide range of backgrounds independent of their financial circumstances.
Affording a Crofton House School Education
The generous support of the wider CHS community allows the School to offer tuition and program financial assistance in the form of a bursary to qualifying candidates–removing the significant barrier of cost to enrollment.
Applying for Financial Assistance
Financial assistance is based on demonstrated financial need and is determined on a case-by-case basis. At this time, financial assistance is only available to currently enrolled students and new students applying to Grade 8. Apple Financial Services will confidentially assess all financial applications and provide the school with unbiased evaluations of the financial resources available to each applicant family. This information will assist the CHS Financial Assistance Committee in making their decisions. If financial assistance will be awarded, this information will be communicated at the time of offer. Financial assistance applications for the 2017–2018 school year must be received by December 1, 2016.
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For more information about how your family can afford a Crofton House education, please call the Admissions Office at 604 266 5423.
Tuition and Extra Costs
Fees are reviewed by the CHS Board of Governors annually and set in March. CHS is a not-for-profit educational institution and its priority is to provide a meaningful education for a diverse population of girls.
Tuition Fees for 2016/17 Academic Year, JK to Grade 12
Note: this fee includes our Community Dining lunch program
New Student Registration Fee: (one-time, non-refundable)
In addition to tuition, families should expect to purchase uniforms, textbooks, technology fee (grades 8–12), and depending on the programs your daughter is involved in, there may be additional costs for supplies, field trips, and athletics.