Co-ed junior boarding and day school for students in pre-kindergarten through grade nine
Tuition for the 2020-21 school year is as follows:

7 Day Boarding Tuition (Grades 6-9): $66,659
(includes tuition, room and board)
Boarding Deposit: $6,665 (10% of tuition)
5 Day Boarding Tuition (Grades 5-8): $62,460
(includes tuition, room and board)
Boarding Deposit: $6,246 (10% of tuition)

International Boarding Tuition: $71,640
(includes tuition, room and board)
International Boarding Deposit: $7,164 (10% of tuition)

Upper Campus Day (Grades 5-9) Tuition: $35,175
(includes tuition and lunch)
Day Deposit: $3,517 (10% of tuition)

Lower Campus Tuition (Pre-K through Grade 4): $22,785
Lower Campus Deposit: $2,278 (10% of tuition)

Fees, many of which are billed on a monthly basis, that can be incurred at Indian Mountain include:

Parents will automatically be enrolled in the the Tuition Refund Plan, at a cost of 4% of the net tuition. To be eligible to waive the Tuition Refund Plan, full tuition payment must be received by August 1.

Accident Insurance (optional): Covers $1,000 of eligible expenses per incident for a cost of $58.

Activities: Materials for special activities and hobbies not included in the regular curriculum.

Lower Campus Ascend Program: Additional $7,000

Upper Campus Ascend Program: Additional $10,000

Allowance: $10 is issued each week to boarders.

Computers: If applicable, charges for iPads and related expenses (ebooks, apps, insurance, etc.).

The School assumes all normal wear and tear, but students should understand that they are responsible for all willful or easily avoidable damage to school property.

ESL (English as a Second Language): Grades 7,8,9 meet 4-15 periods per week with a lead and resource instructor where needed. 
ESL Level 1 - $4,000/year
ESL Level 2 - $8,000/year
Grade 6 (if required) receives one-on-one instruction and follows the tutoring fee schedule.

Health Services Fee: $300/year for boarders; $150/year for day students

Laundry: Laundry charges are billed three times yearly commencing in November (estimated at $1,118 per year).

Lower School Supplies: $450

Music Lessons (Upper Campus): Private music lessons are billed in four installments over the course of the year ($1,830 per year).

Photo (Sports): Athletic team photos.

School Store: Individual purchases including textbooks, supplies, shampoo, toothpaste, sundries and athletic items (apart from uniforms and equipment supplied by the school). CT sales tax is charged on taxable purchases.

Testing: Charges for aptitude and achievement tests administered by the School, testing at centers for SSAT and special testing required by preparatory schools or requested by parents.

Transportation (student): Transportation for medical visits, to and from airports, trains and buses at vacations and weekends.

Trips (school): Tickets, meals, transportation for special trips and entertainment, and secondary school admission interviews.

Tutoring: Optional instruction (supportive and remedial).

One appointment/week/year $2,345
Two appointments/week/year $4,715
Three appointments/week/year $7,050
Four appointments/week/year $9,450

Contact Us

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    Heather Eckert 

    Assistant Head of School for Enrollment Management and Director of Admissions
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    Williams College - B.A.
    University of Pennsylvania - M.S.Ed.
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    Ruth Collier 

    Admissions Associate
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    University of Connecticut - B.A.
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    Melissa Proper 

    Controller, Director of Financial Aid
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    Marist College - B.S.
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    Charles Brown 

    Senior Associate Director of Admissions and Financial Aid
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    College of Charleston - B.A.
    University of Pennsylvania - M.S.Ed.