Financial Aid


In these
 difficult and unprecedented times, we recognize that families in our community are feeling the financial impact of the Global Pandemic. In response, Calvert has created the Calvert Emergency Financial Aid Program to provide short term tuition assistance for those significantly impacted by this crisis.  
Families enrolled in Calvert School for the 2020-2021 school year who do not currently receive financial assistance, please click here for instructions on how to apply.  
Families enrolled in Calvert School for the 2020-2021 school year who currently receive financial assistance, please click here for instructions on how to update your previously submitted financial aid application.
If you have any questions or concerns,
please do not hesitate to email 
Tom Travers, Director of Finance.  
Since 1897, Calvert School’s vision has been to provide children with a solid foundation in education, giving them the opportunity to achieve excellence. The financial aid program is designed to help families who could not otherwise afford the cost of a Calvert education by helping to fill the gap between tuition fees and the family’s ability to pay those costs. 
About the Program
Calvert School is committed to maintaining a diverse student body that is representative of the cultural, ethnic, and socioeconomic diversity of the surrounding communities. We believe that economic diversity contributes to a strong and healthy school and we are committed to providing financial aid on the basis of family need. To assist in identifying families with financial need, Calvert utilizes the services of TADS Financial Aid Assessment to collect basic financial information.

Using TADS’s Financial Aid Assessment as a guide, both Calvert School and TADS prepare a need analysis that suggests the amount a family can contribute for educational costs. Information gathered by TADS provides the Calvert School Financial Aid Committee with a starting point for determining how much financial assistance may be offered. It is important that applicants address all financial aid documents with total disclosure and candor.

Families receiving financial aid must reapply each year. Any significant changes in income may affect the amount of the award.

Complete the application on the TADS website.

Click here to apply at

TADS charges a fee of $34.00 for their service. Further information regarding fees and instructions for filling out the appropriate forms can be found on the TADS website.

To be considered for financial aid, all TADS Financial Aid Applications for returning Calvert students and new applicants must be submitted by January 5, 2020. Please note that after the deadline all financial awards are awarded on the basis of available funds.

Starting in early November, the TADS Financial Aid Assessment can be submitted online at

Applicants are required to submit the following documents to TADS:
  • payment of the $34 application fee;
  • copies of your most recent tax return, including all supporting schedules;
  • copies of your 2019 W-2 form for both you and your spouse when available; and
  • copies of supporting documentation for Social Security Income, Welfare, Child Support, and Workers’ Compensation.
If there is any additional information or special circumstances the family would like to make known, please contact the Financial Aid Committee by letter or by email.

To assist you in completing your application, please have the following information available:
  1. prior year tax return
  2. other current financial information:
    • recent pay stub
    • mortgage statement
    • bank statements
    • car loan(s) statements
    • credit cards statements, etc.

On or about February 10, decisions on awards are emailed from Calvert School to all returning students who have met the deadlines above. Decisions on awards to new applicants will be mailed with acceptance letters on or about February 20, 2020.

More Information

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  • Components of Consideration

    • Total family income
    • IRS forms and schedules
    • Number of children in family
    • Number of children attending tuition charging schools
    • Net worth
    • Discretionary expenditures
    • Annual retirement savings
  • What to Do

    To be considered for aid, all TADS Financial Aid Applications for returning Calvert students and new applicants must be submitted by January 5, 2020. Please note that after the deadlines, all financial grants are awarded on an as available basis. Incomplete forms will not be considered until completed.
  • How to Apply

    Starting November 1, the TADS Financial Aid Assessment can be submitted online at
  • Divided & Blended Families

    Calvert School requires that both biological/adoptive parents as well as re-married couples contribute to the cost of education according to their ability.  If divorced or separated, each biological/adoptive parent who shares legal custody must complete a TADS financial aid application.  If one or both biological parents have remarried, the stepparent’s financial information must be included on the TADS application. The family’s ability to contribute is based upon both parents’ income and assets.  In addition, Calvert School may request divorce decrees and child support documentation.
  • Late Applications

    Limited funds sometimes remain available after the initial awards have been offered.  Families whose application for admission have been initiated after the above deadlines are encouraged to proceed with the required forms although resources cannot be guaranteed and amounts at this time are likely to be reduced.
  • Incomplete Applications

    Incomplete applications will not be considered until all of the above criteria have been met and all pertinent information has been compiled.


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  • Tom Travers 

    410-243-6054 x 153

Tuition Assistance

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  • K-12 Tuition Loan Services

    The prepGATE K-12
    phone: (866) 362-4283
    The Sallie Mae K-12 Family Education Loan:
    phone: (877) 279-7172

    Your Tuition Solution:
    phone: (800) 920-9777
  • Private School Scholarship Providers

    The Abell Foundation
    111 S. Calvert Street
    Suite 2300
    Baltimore, MD 21202-6174
    phone: (410) 547-1300
    fax: (410 539-6579

    Baltimore Educational Scholarship Trust
    808 North Charles Street
    Suite 200C
    Baltimore, Maryland 21201
    phone: (410) 752-2225
    fax: (410) 752-2249

    Children's Scholarship Fund
    8 W. 38th Street
    9th floor
    New York, NY 10018
    phone: (212) 515-7137
    fax: (212) 515-7111

    Children's Scholarship Fund Baltimore
    1000 St. Paul Street
    Baltimore, MD 21202
    phone: (410) 243-2510
    fax: (410) 243-8629
Calvert School is a coed independent lower and middle school.