Waldorf High School strives to promote a healthy socioeconomic balance in its admissions and financial aid policies. It is our goal to be able to grant financial aid to all who qualify and to provide assistance adequate to meet the needs of families desiring to send their children to Waldorf High School.
Financial aid awards are based upon the demonstrated financial needs of a student's family.
By mid-February: Complete and mail the School and Student Service for Financial Aid (SSS) form, with the fee, to Princeton, NJ. It takes four to six weeks to process this form. Our school's code number is 3776.
By mid-February: If applicable, the non-custodial parent submits a copy of the Parent's Financial Statement to Admissions Coordinator Susan Morris
By the first week of March: Submit a signed copy of the tax form 1040 with all supporting schedules, and a copy of W-2 form to the Financial Manager.
In mid-March: Waldorf High School reviews tax forms and application.
By the end of March: Financial aid awards are granted and families are notified.
Families new to Waldorf High who apply after the above deadlines may submit a financial aid application any time after completing the enrollment/registration process. Awards will be made according to the availability of funds.
If you have questions about our financial aid process, please contact Susan Morris