Over $1.2 million in financial aid is available each year to ensure that deserving boys can benefit from a Crescent School education.
Headmaster Michael Fellin and the Board of Governors are passionate advocates of Crescent School's needs-based financial assistance program. It allows exceptional boys across the Greater Toronto Area to benefit from a Crescent education, regardless of their family's financial circumstances.
Student financial assistance is made possible thanks to the generous support of the Crescent community.
How To Find Out If You Qualify For Financial Assistance At Crescent
Crescent School awards financial assistance to outstanding boys whose family circumstances put private school tuition out of reach.
Needs-based financial assistance is available to students in Grade 5 to Grade 11. Need is assessed by a third-party organization called FAST Aid. FAST Aid will advise Crescent on whether you qualify for financial assistance and recommend a level of support that will make it possible for you to afford Crescent tuition.
The deadline for applicant families to apply for financial assistance for the 2022/2023 school year is January 14, 2022.
All financial information is confidential. Boys who receive financial assistance at Crescent are not identified to the faculty or other students without their permission.
Families must re‐apply annually for financial assistance. Typically, the level of financial assistance remains the same throughout a boy's time at Crescent, unless his family's situation changes.
A small portion of our financial assistance budget is allocated towards Headmaster’s Merit Awards. All applicants are automatically considered for this award.
Ask me about Financial Assistance
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Mr. David Shaw
Director, Enrolment and Financial Aid
Our Alumni support financial assistance to help future Boys of Promise benefit from a Crescent education. Click the video below to learn more.