Tuition and Financial Aid
Affording a Langley Education
Empowering all students as curious, confident, and resilient leaders, thinkers, and creators is our mission, and we know that what happens here lasts a lifetime. The benefit of learning to read, write, and think critically grows in perpetuity when done right. Learning to be a good friend, regulate emotions, and respect differences at a young age is the essential path to creating leaders who will set the example for others.
We understand that a Langley education is both a financial investment and a sacrifice. But we believe that, when made early, this investment grows in impact over time.
Langley is committed to welcoming qualified students from all backgrounds because we know this environment reflects the global world in which our students are growing up. We value a diverse community that enriches and deepens learning for everyone.
Tuition Assistance at Langley
To ensure that a Langley education is accessible for qualified students, we award more than $2 million in tuition assistance annually, with an average award of 73 percent off tuition. Bus, extended day, and lunch costs are all discounted at the same percentage as the tuition award.
The financial aid deadline for the 2024-2025 school year is February 1, 2024, for new students and January 10, 2024, for returning students. Please contact the Admission Office with questions.
17% of our student body receives tuition assistance
$2.1 million awarded for the 2023-2024 school year
$22,025 average award
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The Langley School believes that a diverse school community promotes learning and growth, preparing students for responsible and compassionate global citizenship. The school administers all programs and policies without discrimination based on race, color, religion, creed, gender identity or expression, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, national or ethnic origin, citizenship status, military or veteran status, age, genetic information, physical or mental disability, or any other legally protected status.