Financing Your Education

Burgundy recognizes the financial investment families make when choosing an independent school education.

Although families and extended families take primary responsibility for the cost of a student's education, we are committed to helping parents who need assistance afford the choice of a Burgundy education. Burgundy offers need-based financial aid.

Financial aid awards are reviewed on a yearly basis. Parents of aid recipients must submit a School and Student Services by NAIS (SSS) Parents’ Financial Statement (PFS) and federal tax documents each year. More than 20% of Burgundy families receive financial assistance. Our average financial aid award is approximately 50% of tuition. You may access, complete and submit your PFS via the Financial Aid (SSS) Application link.

Click on the Black Student Fund and Latino Student Fund links in the list to the right to find out more about these organizations that may offer limited financial support to some families attending independent schools. Educational loans may be available. Click on Your Tuition Solution link at right for details.

Please feel free to call the Business Office at 703.960.3431 with questions regarding tuition, payment options, or financial aid.

2016-2017 Tuition
Annual tuition charges include the cost of textbooks, supplies, milk, most field trips and visits to Cooper’s Cove. An annual fee of $1,200 for Capital Maintenance is charged per family.
Junior Kindergarten $26,934
Kindergarten  $28,002
Grades 1-5 $29,289
Grades 6-8 $30,814

Three tuition payment options are available:

  1. 100% (minus the $1000 tuition deposit) for a discount of 1% of tuition
  2. 60/40 plan (60% in June and 40% in January, minus the $1,000 tuition deposit)
  3. Interest-free monthly payments over 11 months, with a one-time $150 service fee

Burgundy Farm Country Day School admits qualified students of any race, color, religion, gender, and national or ethnic origin.We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, physical disability, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of our educational policies, admission policies, personnel policies, financial aid program, or any other school-administered programs or activities.