Serving Preschool Through 8th Grade in the San Francisco East Bay Since 1962

Affordable Education

We know that socioeconomic diversity enriches our community, broadens perspectives, fosters inclusion, and enhances the educational experience for both children and adults. We also are aware that independent school education is a major investment and believe all qualified students should have access to the whole child programs and engaging opportunities at The Seven Hills School.

A need-based financial aid program is available to bridge the difference between the cost of a Seven Hills education and a family’s resources. The Tuition Assistance Committee reviews each application and considers extenuating circumstances. The goal of the Tuition Assistance Committee is to award funds to families who demonstrate financial need and the committee's deliberations are confidential.

Importantly, tuition assistance decisions are independent of admissions decisions, and both are made without regard to race, color, religion, gender, disability, sexual orientation, nationality, or ethnic origin.

Please click below for instructions, FAQs about tuition assistance at Seven Hills, and Extended Day (before and after school program) rates.
Please contact Susanne Goldman, Director of ECE-5th Grade Admission and Tuition Assistance, or Rebecca Cushing, Director of Middle School Admission and Outreach, with any questions about Seven Hills and our admissions process. We look forward to hearing from you!
"As we consider student applications within the admissions process, we are looking for families with whom our mission resonates. And we are committed to making a Seven Hills education accessible to as many of those families as possible."
- Susanne Goldman, Director of ECE-5th Grade Admissions