Making Private School Affordable
AHB Community School believes that a community of diverse families is better for all students. To achieve this goal, we offer a variety of tuition assistance options to help families who are a perfect fit for our micro school but might not be able to afford it. Options include scholarships, work/trade arrangements, sibling discounts, and employee tuition remission programs.
Apply For Tuition Assistance
Each year, our independent private school offers a limited amount of tuition assistance packages in the form of scholarships and work trade agreements.
Scholarships are need-based as determined by our third-party vendor (FACTS). Their calculations determine whether a family is eligible for aid (and if so, UP TO what amount). Families are welcome to submit statements of extenuating circumstances if they believe more context is needed regarding their ability to meet the assessed financial obligations. AHB then allocates its limited scholarship funds among qualifying families. It is important to note that as AHB prioritizes keeping tuition affordable for all families, we do not have unlimited scholarship funds to guarantee meeting all demonstrated need.
Work Trade is the other form of tuition assistance at our micro school. The availability of Work Trade positions is dependent on school needs. Priority is given to need-based candidates, but we can open these positions to other families, regardless of financial need. Work Trade allotments are considered income and the assigned parent gets a 1099 at the end of year.
Interested families can apply on the FACTS website.
- If you use FACTS Tuition Management, you may log in using the same credentials
- Fill out and submit your online application. Note: A nonrefundable application fee may be required before your application is submitted.
- Submit all required supporting documents by uploading online or faxing to 866-315-9264
FACTS Customer Care Representatives are available to assist you at 866-441-4637.