Affording Hill

A Hill Learning Center education is a valuable investment, empowering students to reach their full potential and become confident, independent learners. The Wendy B. Speir Student Financial Aid Fund reduces the financial barriers to attending Hill School by offering financial assistance to students who qualify for enrollment yet lack family financial resources to attend. In 2019-20, approximately $354,000 was awarded in financial aid. Twenty-four percent of Hill Learning Center families received awards averaging $8,400. In addition to financial aid, two State Scholarship Grants are available to qualifying families. Below you will find information regarding Hill’s financial aid process and the State Scholarship Grants.

Tuition and Fees

2019-2020 School Year

  • 3 Hours Daily Instruction (Half-Day): $20,410
  • 2 Hours Daily Instruction (Grades 9-12): $15,790
  • 1 Hour Daily Instruction (Grades 9-12): $11,670
Additional Fees
  • Initial Application Fee (non-refundable): $50
  • One-time New Student Fee: $375
  • Tuition Refund Insurance Fee: $225 – $395

Financial Support

Financial Aid
Applications for financial aid through the Wendy B. Speir Student Financial Aid Fund are accepted through TADS, a trusted third party that takes into consideration a family’s income, savings, assets, and liabilities. All inquiries and applications for financial aid are held in the strictest confidence. The recommended deadline for submitting your financial aid application is March 15th.

 

State Scholarship Grants

Hill Learning Center participates in two North Carolina State Scholarship Grant programs. We encourage families to review the program rules thoroughly and to take advantage of these opportunities. Parents for Educational Freedom in North Carolina (PEFNC) is a statewide organization that supports greater educational options through parental school choice. Visit the PEFNC website for more information about State Scholarship Grants.

 

Federal Tax Deduction

School tuition and fees may be tax-deductible as medical expenses. Children who have been diagnosed as having a specific learning disability or attention deficit disorder may qualify for deductions under the federal income tax regulations.

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