We understand that a private school education requires a significant financial commitment from families
so we work hard to ensure that financial concerns are not a barrier to accessing
the Midwest's most distinct academics. 

At ISI, our goal is to clearly communicate the total cost of earning an International School education, so we provide one all-inclusive fee. Our transparent fee structure includes lunch, books, supply fees, technology support, activity fees, local field trips, Parent Association support, and more. These important services remain a vital part of our mission to provide a high-quality education to your children.

Financial Aid Options
ISI is committed to economic diversity and provides support to those that need it in the form of monthly payment plans, scholarships, financial aid and other forms of financial assistance. In a typical school year, approximately 40% of our students receive some level of scholarships or other forms of assistance. 

ISI offers both need-based assistance and merit-based awards. Need-based aid depends on a family’s financial profile as determined by the Parents' Financial Statement (PFS) that a family creates online and submits as a part of our application process.

 

2019-2020 Academic Year
Tuition and Fees Listing

Annual Tuition - General

Pre-Elementary (3 Years-Old – Kindergarten): $18,782 per year
Elementary (Grades 1-5): $19,207 per year
Middle School (Grades 6-8): $19,580 per year
High School (Grades 9-12): $21,028 per year

 

Annual Tuition - Corporate

Pre-Elementary (3 Years-Old – Kindergarten): $23,680 per year
Elementary (Grades 1-5): $24,080 per year
Middle School (Grades 6-8): $24,480 per year
High School (Grades 9-12): $25,430 per year

Annual Tuition - Foreign International F-1 Student

Middle School (Grades 1-8): $25,420 per year
High School (Grades 9-12): $27,555 per year

Trips/Exchanges

Exchange Trips are required as part of the ISI curriculum. The School may waive this requirement due to medical conditions or financial hardship.

(Trips/Exchanges can be paid monthly but must be paid in full by February 28, 2018)

Grade 5, Washington, DC: $1000
Grades 6, 9, 10 Destination Chile, France, or Spain: $2,700
Grades 6, 9, 10 Destination China: $3,700
Grade 6, 9, 10 F1 International Students, English as Additional Language Learners Destination Prague: $3,600

Administrative Fee

Administrative New Student Fee (per student)-
International F1 Visa Tuition Students, one-time only fee of $5,000 per student
Corporate Tuition Students, one-time only fee of $1,000 per student
General Tuition Students, one-time only fee of $1,000 per student

General Tuition Only (per family)-
Family paying annually: reduction in tuition of 2%
Family paying semi-annually: reduction in tuition of 1%
Family paying monthly via ACH payments: $75
Family paying monthly via check: $225
Late payment fee: $35

Childcare, After School Enrichment Classes & Late Pick Up

Before and After Care for 3-year-old - Grade 7: $6.50 per student/hr

Late Pick Up Frees for Grades 8-12:
6 p.m.-6:15 p.m.- $1 per student/minute
After 6:15 p.m.- $5 per student/minute

Enrichment Classes: detailed classes and fees listing provided each semester.
(Examples of Enrichment opportunities- Pottery, Lego, Chess, Dance, Scouts, Math Pentathlon, Private Music Instruction, Karate, Choir, and Gymnastics. There are also clubs for Upper School students including, Social Justice Club, Timmy Club, Film Club and many more).

Athletic Participation and Kit Fees

Athletic Participation Fee (Per student/sport):
Grade 4 - 8: $275
Grades 9 - 12: $325

Athletic Kit Fee:
Grades 4 - 12: varies, per student/sport

Sports Include: Basketball, Volleyball, Soccer, Swimming, Diving, Track & Field, Cross-Country, Tennis, Golf, and more.

Bus Fees

Per year (not prorated for use): $1,200

Additional Annual High School Costs

IB Diploma Examination Fees, Grade 12: $1,200 per student
Graduation Fee, Grade 12: $250 per student (includes cap, gown, and tassel)