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Tuition

International Student Boarding* $60,000
7 Day Domestic Boarding $55,400
5 Day Domestic Boarding $44,350
New Day Students $25,000

*The Knox School does not allow homestay for International Students.

Required Fees

Day Student Personal Incidental Account $1,500
Boarding Student Personal Incidental Account $2,000
International Student Health Insurance $1,825
Domestic Parent Association Fee $50
International Parent Association Fee $100
Smart Tuition Enrollment Fee $50

*International Students Only

Additional Optional Fees

Academic Support Fees:

BOOST Academic Support Program $11,660
ENL – Level 1 $7,000
ENL – Level 2 $12,000

Arts & Athletics Fees:

Vocal and Instrumental Lessons $3,000
Crew $1,225

Equestrian Fees:

See Our Equestrian Fees Page

Tuition Financing Options

Extended payment plans are available from Your Tuition Solution. Plans range from 24 to 84 months and cover tuition amounts to $50,000. Interest rates are fixed and can be as low as 3.99% APR. There are no application or origination fees and no prepayment penalty which allows parents to pay the loan off early if they’d prefer. You can calculate monthly payments, learn more, or apply online at yourtuitionsolution.com.

Extended Payment Plan (using Your Tuition SolutionSM)

  • Covers tuition amounts up to $50,000
  • Fixed rates as low as 3.99% APR
  • Plans from 24-84 months
  • Calculate monthly payments at yourtuitionsolution.com
  • No application or origination fees. No pre-payment penalties.
  • For more information or to apply, visit yourtuitionsolution.com

Tuition includes many additional activities and services, including athletics, meal programs, student clubs, and more. For information about activities and services, please contact admissions today.

Knox offers exciting opportunities for students to engage in the campus community both inside and outside the classroom.

If you are interested in our Equestrian Program or Horse Boarding, please contact admissions so that we can arrange a meeting with our Director of Equine Science, James North.