Our educational objectives are ambitious - and they should be. Families will invest substantially with us over 15 years to prepare their children for the future. Our responsibility is to deliver, and our goal will be to exceed even our own expectations.
For the 2019-2020 academic year, we welcome applications for pre-school (PS), pre-k (PK), kindergarten (K), and grades 1 through 10.
Eligible students will be considered for our prestigious merit scholarship programs for our most talented applicants. Please note financial need is not a prerequisite.
The Founding Whittle Scholars Program
The Inaugural DC Scholarship Program
The DC Embassy Scholars Program
More information on our merit scholarship programs can be found here.
Whittle School & Studios has a strong commitment to offer financial assistance to families across a wide range of socioeconomic backgrounds. We believe that students learn best in an environment with peers from a variety of economic, cultural, and geographic backgrounds.
Need-based financial aid applications are due by February 15, 2019 for regular decision applicants. The School and Student Services (SSS) financial aid service will be used to process our financial aid applications.
A Whittle School & Studios education is a long-term investment in a child’s future as a global citizen.
For applicants entering grades 8 through 12, we offer five and seven-day boarding options. Please visit our Boarding website for more information about our residential program and boarding tuition and fees.
Below, you will find tuition figures for the 2019-2020 school year.
New Student Registration Fee
New students also pay a one-time registration fee of $2,000 in addition to stated tuition.
Additional Annual Fees
Additional mandatory fees include lunch and program fees. Program fees cover instructional materials, X-Day travel, and technology services. The cost is $2,000 and $2,700 respectively for Pre-school - Kindergarten and 1st - 12th Grades.
A distinguishing characteristic of a Whittle School & Studios education is the absence of expected donations more typical at other independent schools.