Concord Academy is committed to being a diverse and inclusive community that represents a broad range of economic backgrounds.
No student should be deterred from applying for admission due to financial constraints. Families who feel they need financial assistance to attend the school are encouraged to apply for financial aid. CA is committed to awarding financial aid that meets 100 percent of a student’s computed financial need.
The 2019–20 budget for Concord Academy’s financial aid program is $5.1 million and represents 21 percent of the school’s operating budget. Currently, financial aid grants are used to support 106 new and continuing families representing approximately 26 percent of the student body. Grants range from $1,000 to the full tuition. Financial aid funds are also available for aid recipients to help defray the cost of additional expenses including books, travel, athletic equipment, computers, school trips, music lessons, tutoring, and the college application process.
Tuition for 2019-20:
Tuition does not include a separate registration deposit. The cost of books, studio fees, and other miscellaneous additional expenses typically total about $1,100.
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Financial aid is available to help defray the cost of attending Concord Academy. For more information about Concord Academy’s financial aid opportunities and procedures, please click here.
Profile of Admitted Students Fall 2017
106 new students in total
11 new sophomores
5 new juniors
51 who identify as girls
55 who identify as boys
Boarding & Day:
70 day students
International & Domestic Demographics:
6 dual citizens
12 international students
11 states: CA, FL, GA, IL, MA, NH, NJ, NY, RI, TX, and VT
42 US students of color
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The Admissions Office is located in Belknap House at 207 Main Street. You may park across the street in West Lot, just inside the Main Gate in Aloian Circle, or on either side of Main Street.