Tuition is always a key concern of parents. The cost of tuition is set by individual schools, and varies widely. It is important to note that tuition does not necessarily cover all costs, and additional fees may apply for other resources or access to facilities at the school. Financial assistance of various kinds is sometimes available.
What Linden School says about their tuition:
Fees are set in January for the coming year. Upon acceptance of admission, parents/guardians must confirm registration by sending a completed registration form with the initial tuition fee instalment, as well as the one-time New Student Registration and Infrastructure Fee of $6,000 which is included in the annual fee as follows:
JK-SK: $26,050 | Grade 1-6: $31,850 | Grade 7-12: $33,350
2nd child (sibling)
Need-Based Financial Assistance
The Linden School's need-based financial aid. Learn this school's average amount of aid offered, the grade levels it offers aid to, and the percentage of eligible families it offers aid to.
Grade range that need-based aid is offered:
JK to 12
Percentage of grade-eligible students receiving financial aid
Average aid package size
Percentage of total enrolment on financial aid
Total aid available
Apply for financial assistance at The Linden School
This school works with Apple Financial Inc. for processing financial applications Linden's Commitment to Equity
The Linden School lives up to its values of diversity and inclusivity. Last year, 20% of our students benefited from a Linden education thanks to the school’s generous bursary policy. Bursary awards are based solely upon the family’s demonstrated need, as determined by Linden’s Bursary Committee. While we are unable to provide bursaries that cover full tuition, our Bursary Committee will do its best to meet demonstrated need. We expect that parents, as much as they are able, will bear the primary responsibility for financing their daughter’s education, which can sometimes be at the expense of other discretionary expenditures.
Bursary Application Process
The process to apply for a bursary begins with the submission of an application to Apple Financial Services, a third-party organization that provides an unbiased evaluation of an applicant’s financial resources and ability to fund their private education.
Application deadlines for the 2023-2024 school year:
Applications must be received by Apple Financial by Friday, November 25, 2025, in order to be prioritized for consideration for the 2023-2024 school year.
Applications must be received by Apple Financial by January 6th, 2023 to receive a response by the Common Offer Date, Friday, February 24, 2023.
Applications received after these dates will be evaluated as space and funds allow.
Families who have been awarded bursaries previously must re-apply each year. Awards may be adjusted if family financial circumstances change significantly.
We ask recipient families to volunteer their time at the school in various capacities. We value your willingness to share your time and expertise.
Please contact our Admissions Office if you have any questions about your application.
Merit-Based Financial Assistance
The Linden School's merit-based scholarships. Learn about the different types of scholarships this school offers, how much they're worth, and their application details.
The Linden School does not offer merit-based financial awards.