Financial Information

The tuition for the 2017-2018 school year is:

Grade K-8: $26,900

A Riverside School education is one of the best investments parents can make on behalf of their child, and we realize that with it comes a significant financial commitment. However, we are committed to providing options for families to make the possibility of attending Riverside School a reality.

Tuition Payments
Tuition payments to Riverside School are made through FACTS, a tuition management service.  All Riverside families will establish a FACTS account and choose a payment option which best meets their needs.

Tuition payment options include:

  1. Pay 100% of the tuition and applicable fees via FACTS in August of 2017.
  2. Make two payments via FACTS. First payment is due in August of 2017; second payment is due in January of 2018.
  3. Make ten monthly payments via FACTS, starting in August of 2017 and ending in May of 2018.

All payments will be made through electronic fund transfer through your savings or checking account or by credit card (MC, Discover, or AMEX. VISA is not accepted).  

Click here to visit the FACTS website and establish an account.

Financial Aid
The Annual Fund helps to bridge the gap between the actual cost of educating each student and the tuition charged. There is also limited financial aid available and partial tuition awards are determined based on need.  Riverside School uses the FACTS Financial Aid service to make an unbiased determination of a family’s need. Financial aid applications for the 2017- 2018 school year are now being accepted. For returning students, financial aid applications are due by April 15, 2017. For new students, applications are due by June 1, 2017.

In addition to Riverside’s Financial Aid, Riverside is a parent of the Great Aspirations Scholarship Program (GRASP). Families that meet certain income criteria and that are applying to Riverside from a public school with an IEP, can apply through GRASP for additional financial assistance. For more information, please contact or visit GRASP website.

Student Loans & Scholarships
Education loans or scholarships from church related opportunities, community service organizations, or philanthropic foundations may be available. You may also apply for a fixed-rate education loan through or through