Admissions

Tuition & Financial Aid

An Investment In A Life-Shaping Education

The world’s best schools should enroll students from a range of socioeconomic backgrounds and provide an exceptional education value. We are committed to both.

WE WORK CLOSELY WITH FAMILIES from a range of income levels to help make this outstanding education possible for their daughters.

WITH AN 8:1 STUDENT-TO-FACULTY RATIO, advising and mentoring happens on a personal scale not found at most day or boarding schools.

THE ST. TIMOTHY’S LIVING AND LEARNING COMMUNITY is enhanced by our commitment to providing state-of-the-art resources, including the Five Arts and Student Center building and technology-aided classrooms.

THE SCHOOL’S PICTURESQUE, GATED CAMPUS—set in the Maryland countryside—is within commuting distance to New York City and Washington, D.C., sites of numerous student learning experiences. And Architectural Digest named St. Timothy’s among the 50 most beautiful boarding school campuses in the U.S.—and the most beautiful in Maryland.

2020–2021 Costs

Day Tuition*........$34,900
Boarding Tuition ..............$61,700
*Daily meal plan included

We offer several options, including monthly and semi-annual payment plans, to help you manage your budget. To learn more, please call us at (410) 486-7401.

Financial Aid Application Procedure/Checklist

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Financial Aid FAQ

List of 3 frequently asked questions.

  • What if tax information is not available at the time of the application?

    St. Timothy’s requires families to submit 2019 Federal Income Tax returns to SSS. Please estimate your 2020 tax information to complete the PFS form. Initial computations will be done using your estimated figures. Final action on a family’s financial aid award will not be completed until the 2020 Federal Income Tax returns have been submitted to SSS. Initial computations will be adjusted up or down if necessary to reflect the information contained in the 2020 returns.
  • What if parents are divorced, separated, or have never married?

    The philosophy at St. Timothy’s is that both parents have an obligation to pay for the educational expenses of their children. In order for a family’s financial aid application to be complete, both living parents must submit financial aid information.

    In order to waive the pfs requirement for a non-custodial parent, information must be submitted from a doctor, lawyer, clergy member, or school counselor clearly stating the non-custodial parent’s personal and financial relationship with the applicant.

    If either parent is remarried, the step-parent must submit financial information, but the financial aid committee will bear in mind the obligation of that step-parent to his or her own natural children.
  • Who is eligible to apply for financial aid?

    All families are eligible to apply for financial aid. While financial aid is typically reserved for United States citizens, international students may apply for and receive financial aid on a limited, case-by-case basis.
Scholarship funds recognize meritorious academic performance and contribute to the School’s longstanding culture of academic excellence.

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  • The Legacy Scholarship

    The St. Timothy’s Legacy Scholarship program recognizes the importance of tradition by providing grants to the daughters, granddaughters, and nieces of St. Timothy’s and Hannah More Academy alumnae.
    Partial scholarships are awarded to legacy applicants who have demonstrated success both inside and out of the classroom. The deadline to apply is January 1.

    To be eligible for scholarship consideration, a girl must:
    ▪ Be a new student applying to St. Timothy’s School
    ▪ Have a mother, legal guardian, step-mother, grandmother, or aunt who attended St. Timothy’s School or Hannah More Academy

    Click here to download and fill out the application.
  • The Foreign and Public Service Scholarship

    St. Timothy’s highly values the contributions of men and women who serve in the foreign, military, and civil service fields. As such, we offer the St. Timothy’s Foreign and Public Service Scholarship each year to the daughter of a public servant.
    This partial scholarship is awarded to the girl who meets the above criteria and who has demonstrated success both inside and outside of the classroom. The deadline to apply is January 1.

    To be eligible for scholarship consideration, a girl must:
    ▪ Be a new student applying to St. Timothy’s School
    ▪ Have a mother, father, legal guardian, step-mother, or step-father who is a member of the U.S. Federal Government, U.S. Military, IMF, World Bank, or United Nations

    Click here to download and fill out the application.
  • The Hannah More Scholarship

    Made possible by the Rich family who were instrumental in the development of Hannah More Academy, the scholarship was created to help Hannah More daughters at St. Timothy’s as well as St. Timothy’s legacies. In recent years, the scope of the scholarship criteria has been expanded to include St. Timothy’s students of the Episcopal faith.
    This partial scholarship is awarded to the girl who meets the above criteria and who has demonstrated success both inside and outside of the classroom. There is no separate application required, but applicants should note their connection to an Episcopal church or school in their admissions application.

    To be eligible for scholarship consideration, a girl must:
    ▪ Be a new student applying to St. Timothy’s School
    ▪ Be Episcopalian or attend an Episcopalian church or school