Financial Assistance

Each year the Vanguard School offers a limited amount of financial assistance to applicants based on financial need. The amount of funding available each year varies, and any assistance given to students is only valid for the school year indicated. Families must reapply each year for financial assistance.

2017-2018 Applicants:

In order to be considered for financial assistance, new students must complete the admissions process and be offered enrollment. Upon being given an offer of enrollment, the parent/guardian may then apply for financial assistance by completing the online application through FACTS. The Vanguard School has begun a new partnership with FACTS beginning with the 2017-2018 school year, and will no longer be using TADS for its financial aid assessment.

Parents/Guardians of returning students may complete the online FACTS application immediately upon receiving notification via email that applications are being accepted. Applications for financial assistance are normally accepted beginning February 1st for the following school year.

Please note that FACTS does not award financial assistance. All information provided to FACTS is used by The Vanguard School's Financial Assistance Committee in determining financial need.

In order to begin your application for financial assistance for the 2017-2018 school year through FACTS, please click the link provided here: https://online.factsmgt.com/signin/3V0H7.


2018-2019 Applicants:

The Vanguard School is now partnering with School and Student Services (SSS) in its financial assistance process. Please click here for instructions on completing your online Parent Financial Statement (PFS) financial assistance application.

To begin your PFS Application, or to log in to an existing PFS Application, please click the following link: https//sss.secure.force.com/familyportal.

Please note that SSS does not award financial assistance. All information provided to SSS is used by The Vanguard School's Financial Assistance Committee in determining financial need.


Veterans' Benefits:

The Vanguard School is an approved school through the United States Department of Veterans' Affairs. If your dependents are eligible to receive educational benefits through the GI Bill, please contact your local Veteran's Affairs office for information on possible usage of your benefits toward your child's education. You can also visit the Department of Veterans' Affairs Website at: https://benefits.va.gov/gibill/.

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