Woodside International offers flexible payment plans to help families afford private school. We believe that all students should have access to high quality education, so we work with families to find a payment plan that works for them.
Affordable Payment Plans
2019-2020 Tuition & Fees
|A||One||$32,000||June 1, 2019||$32,000|
|B||Three||$11,000||June 1, 2019; September 1, 2019; January 1, 2020||$33,000|
Administrative fee for new student applications, payable online.
50% of Student’s Tuition
Due upon enrollment & each year thereafter to reserve a place for the following school year. The amount is announced in January and payable by March 1st.
Payments are due on the 1st of the month and must be received by the 5th to avoid late charges. You will receive a bill two weeks in advance of each due date. Wire Payments can be made directly to the school’s bank account for an additional charge of $30. Or you can pay with a credit card or PayPal (there is a 3% surcharge for online payments to cover bank fees).
The school makes absolutely no refunds on tuition payments or most fees.
New students who pay the 50% enrollment deposit may request a partial refund if their student visa is denied. The school will remit a partial refund of the enrollment deposit amount paid, minus a $500 processing fee, provided the student complies with all of the following requirements:
- Return the original I-20 to the school;
- Show proof of denial from U.S. Immigration;
- Write a letter to the school requesting the refund;
- Present these materials within 3 months of the date of issue on the I-20 Form.
Tuition and some fees are prorated according to enrollment date.
Modest tuition discounts are available to siblings.
Woodside International School offers scholarships to help families afford a Woodside education. These scholarships are available to students with demonstrated financial need and/or exceptional academic ability who have both good academic standing and good citizenship.
Applying for Financial Aid
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you think you may qualify for need-based financial aid or an academic merit scholarship.