Financial Aid FAQ

Please see the information below for our most frequently asked questions about financial aid and merit scholarships.

2021–22 TUITION

Lower School Tuition
(Grades 3-5)


Middle & Upper School Tuition
(Grades 6-12)


Financial aid available annually

$4.8 million

Percentage of families receiving aid

Average grant per family $25,817

Landon’s need-based financial aid program works to ensure that the cost of attendance does not preclude access to this unparalleled academic experience. We recognize that for some families, the full tuition stretches resources beyond the family budget, which is why we strive to make the Landon experience accessible to families of all income levels.

Gross Household Income for Financial Aid


Financial Aid Estimator

Would our family qualify for financial aid? And if so, how much?

Landon can provide an estimated financial aid grant to prospective families. The purpose of this service to help families understand if and what they may qualify for in financial aid. Fill out both an admissions inquiry form and the abbreviated financial aid form.  Once both forms are received, Landon’s Director of Financial Aid Russ Gagarin '77 will be in touch via email. Here are the steps:

STEP 1: Complete the admissions inquiry form.
STEP 2: Complete and submit the financial aid review form. The form will take approximately 5-10 minutes to fill out.
STEP 3: Receive an email or call from our Director of Financial Aid Russ Gagarin '77.

Financial Aid Application Process 

Financial Aid Clinics

Financial Aid FAQ

Landon Students

Merit Scholarships

Landon believes our boys benefit from being surrounded by other intelligent boys of character and integrity.

That’s why we offer scholarships for outstanding students joining Landon in Grades 3, 4, or 9.

In its admission of qualified boys, and the administration of its educational policies, financial aid, athletic, and other student programs, Landon School does not discriminate on the basis of color, race, national origin or ancestry, religion, sexual orientation, or disability unrelated to a particular activity.

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