Oak Hill School’s Financial Aid Program provides monetary resources for parents and their students who, without this assistance, might not otherwise be able to attend Oak Hill. Approximately 50% of Oak Hill families receive some amount of Financial Aid. This money is not a loan but rather tuition assistance. It is through fundraising and generous donations that we are able to offer this financial aid and scholarships to families.

We encourage all families who feel they would benefit from this assistance to apply for financial aid. Financial aid decisions are made by a committee separate from the admissions process. Decisions are based on a variety of factors such as family income, assets, and number of children among other variables. Because each family is different and unique, and the calculation of need is so complex, it is difficult to predict eligibility.

For more comprehensive information about Financial Aid and Tuition reduction, please read this document which outlines the Financial Aid application process, deadlines, and policies.

In addition to need-based financial aid, Oak Hill School has two Merit Scholarship programs for which newly-enrolling students can apply:

• Oak Hill Merit Scholars Program 

• NAACP Merit Scholars Program