See below for Admissions & Tuition information about our amazing school.
TEN $16,000 Scholarships
available now to the first 10 families who enroll in June, July or August.
We are accepting 2nd – 8th grade students at this time for the 2022-2023 school year. We have a Rolling/Open Admissions process, which means there is no specific deadline to apply.
If you have specific questions about Admissions & Tuition to The Academy NJ, we ask you to schedule a meeting with our Founding Executive Director, Ann Gradman. Gra.
Tuition for the 2022-2023 school year for The Academy NJ is $42,263. This is payable in one full payment or you can make monthly payments.
Additional educational materials and learning applications average approximately $200 per student per year. All students must bring a laptop to school each day. There are no other tuition related fees.
If you have specific questions about Admissions & Tuition to The Academy NJ, please schedule a meeting with our Founding Executive Director, Ann Gradman.
Monthly Payment Option
Paying your tuition on a monthly basis is another option at The Academy NJ and a way for you to spread out your annual tuition costs. So, after you register and are admitted to The Academy NJ, your first equal monthly payment will be due. Each monthly payment thereafter will be due on the last business day of each month.
We offer a multi-child discount of 5% to families who have more than one child enrolled at The Academy NJ. This discount is deducted from the annual tuition cost of your most favorite child 🙂
Reduce Your Tuition
Reduce Your Tuition by using one or both of the strategies below.
Tax laws are specific to each state. So, you will want to contact your local accountant to inquire about your specific situation.
Strategy #1 – 529 PLAN – You may be able to pay Academy private school tuition using a 529 plan. This can be up to $10,000 per year. Your contribution to a 529 plan could be deductible in your state up to $8,000, so it applies to 2021 for joint filers.
Strategy #2 – MEDICAL EXPENSE – Is your child diagnosed with a special need and it is verified by a doctor? If this is the case, you can deduct in excess of 10% of your adjusted gross income. The 10% threshold is for medical expenses. So, any expenses in excess of this amount (which could be tuition and mileage) are considered deductible.