Mount Madonna School is committed to maintaining economic diversity within our community of families. The Bernice Arnold Scholarship Endowment and other special donations are allocated for financial assistance. Financial assistance awards are based on the family’s economic needs, student eligibility and the family’s participation in the school.
Approximately 25% of the student body receives financial aid grants with a diverse range of awards. If you are questioning whether you can afford Mount Madonna School, we encourage you to apply for financial assistance and talk with Supriya McDonald or Jivanti Rutansky about possible ways to make an MMS education affordable for your family.
Current families apply for financial assistance in January by filling out the NAIS School and Student Service for Financial Aid (SSS) form. Our school code is 1867.
For new applicants, please plan to file your application by early February – or by the application deadline, at the latest. If you apply for enrollment and are admitted later than March, you may still apply for financial aid. The Financial Assistance Committee continues to award aid as long as there are funds available.
Please contact Supriya McDonald (ext. 274) or Jivanti Rutansky (ext. 273) for assistance or questions by calling 408-847-2717.
Tuition Payment Plan (for Enrolled Students ONLY)
First Time FACTS Tuition Management Company Users
Mount Madonna School uses the services of FACTS Tuition Management Company to collect all tuition paid in installments. You have the option of enrolling in a FACTS payment plan online through e-Cashier. Simply click on the link below and complete the FACTS enrollment form. If you enroll in FACTS online, you will need to return a signed copy of the Financial Policy and Tuition Contract.
Please contact Beth England (ext. 558) for assistance or questions by calling 408-847-2717.
Mount Madonna School’s open admission and financial assistance policies do not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, sexual preference, ethnic origin, disability, marital status, religion, creed or similar factors. This policy applies to all areas of student concerns: admissions, athletics, educational policies, financial assistance, and other school administered programs.