The Heights is committed to a quality-driven admissions process that provides access to a Heights education for as many deserving boys as possible. The Heights uses need-based grants and scholarships to make attendance possible for qualified students who would not otherwise be able to do so for financial reasons. Need-based grants and scholarships also ensure a student body that reflects a broad social and economic mix. Individual grants are intended to supplement a family’s own resources, and recipients range from families whose ability to pay school costs is extremely limited to families who may need only a minor subsidy to meet our tuition requirements.
Apply for grants (applications available November 1, 2016)
Attend our Orientation to Grants and Scholarships on Tuesday, December 13th at 7:30pm
We are very pleased to offer two Upper School scholarships: The Cavalier Scholarship and the Blatty Scholarship. Both awards are need and merit-based, and will be awarded to applicants who demonstrate academic promise, moral character, and the zeal and spirit of a future Heights leader.
Notes on Grants and Scholarships:
Foreign students should speak with the Admissions Office, as their tuition, room, and board is on a different fee schedule. The Heights uses FACTS for tuition management and grant and scholarship assessment. You may manage your accounts online. If you have questions about signing up for FACTS, please call Jerry Hadley at (301) 365-0227, ext. 124.