Tuition and Financial Aid

Moorestown Friends School is committed to creating an inclusive, diverse, and accessible community. We recognize that, for some students who would be ideal for our school, affording the full cost of attendance is not possible. For this reason, financial aid is essential in allowing us to welcome students from a range of socioeconomic backgrounds.

Annually we award more than $3.6 million in tuition assistance to qualified families in grades 1 to 12. This need-based aid comes in the form of grants, not loans, that do not need to be repaid. For the 2022-23 school year, a third of our students will receive some level of assistance, supporting families with annual incomes ranging from $20,000 to $190,000, and an average award of $15,550.

Submitting a Financial Aid Application

Moorestown Friends School uses School and Student Services (SSS) to process all financial aid applications. In order to submit a financial aid application, you will need to create a profile in SSS.

All new FA applications are due by Feb 2, 2023.

2023-24 Tuition
  • Preschool Half-Day  – $10,900
  • Preschool Full-Day (2 days)  – $15,000
  • Preschool Full-Day (3 days)  – $16,000
  • Preschool Full-Day (5 days)  – $21,750
  • Prekindergarten  – $21,750
  • Kindergarten  – $22,800
  • Grades 1 – 2  – $26,700
  • Grades 3 – 4  – $27,950
  • Grades 5 – 6  – $31,400
  • Grades 7 – 8  – $33,000
  • Grades 9 – 12  – $36,250
Merit-Based and Need-Based Scholarships

Moorestown Friends School offers three scholarship programs. Learn more about each opportunity, as well as how to apply for them below.


  1. Determination of Tuition Aid — Grants are awarded by the Financial Aid Committee. It is composed of the Director of Enrollment Management, the Associate Director of Admissions and Financial Aid, and the Director of Finance and Operations, in consultation with the Head of School and the Division Directors. All information submitted in support of such applications is strictly confidential.
  2. Basis for Grants — A family’s financial need is the primary consideration in determining awards.
  3. Limitations — Grants are not transferable from one child to another in the same family. Beginning in Grade 9, the first $1,000 awarded is in the form of a loan with the remainder of the award in the form of a grant. Grants are applied only to tuition costs and all awards are made on the basis of yearly application.
  4. Conditions – A financial aid request will be considered by the Financial Aid Committee on the condition that the following requirements are met:
    • The student is enrolled for the school year for which the financial aid request is made and the
      enrollment deposit has been paid.
    • In the case of students presently enrolled, all current financial obligations to the School have been paid.
  1. Grants are made by the Financial Aid Committee at meetings. Letters will be emailed confirming awards shortly after these meetings.
  2. The enrollment deposit is refundable only if a family determines that the financial aid award is not sufficient to permit the child to attend MFS. Within two weeks of notification of the financial aid award, the school must be notified in writing to that effect before the deposit can be refunded.

For more information, contact the Admissions Office via email or by phone at (856) 914-4426.

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