Affording a St. Andrew's EducationSt. Andrew’s Schools are committed to honoring Queen Emma’s vision of providing access to an excellent education for Hawaiʻi’s children. We value diversity among our students and pride ourselves in having a depth of students from different socio-economic backgrounds attending our schools.
Tuition assistance is available for only The Prep and The Priory through our financial aid program. Financial Aid requests have no impact on the admissions decisions made by the Admissions Committee.
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St. Andrew’s Schools uses the services of the School and Student Service for Financial Aid, SSS by NAIS. Within the limitations of our budget, and according to our financial aid policies, the recommendations from SSS by NAIS are used as guidelines in determining tuition awards. Tuition assistance is available for only The Prep and The Priory. Read more about how to apply.
Every effort is made to bring this extraordinary educational opportunity into reach for local families. About 1/3 of our families receive financial aid.
The average income of families receiving financial aid at our school is $104,999.07
St. Andrew’s Schools have many named scholarships, all of which are awarded based upon a family’s financial need.
Upon acceptance to St. Andrew’s Schools and after completion of the financial aid application, the Financial Aid Committee meets and distributes scholarship monies based on the specific criteria set forth in the scholarship. Scholarships are renewable annually as long as the student remains in good academic standing, continues to fulfill the scholarship criteria, and continues to qualify financially.
Here are a few of our scholarships:
- Amelia G. Gaston Scholarship
Children of Episcopal priests who demonstrate financial need are eligible for this scholarship.
- Fred Haruto Shintaku and Ruth K. Shintaku Scholarship
Students entering grades 9-12 with a minimum grade point average of 3.0, that participate in community service, and demonstrate financial need are eligible for this scholarship.
- Phoebe Furtado Gedge Memorial Scholarship
Students entering grades 7-12, of Hawaiian ancestry, that participate in athletics, and have earned at least a 2.75 grade point average, and demonstrate financial need are eligible for this scholarship.
- Mililani Group, Inc. Scholarship
Students who live in the Pearl City/Mililani (Ewa/Central Oahu) areas and demonstrate financial need are eligible for this scholarship.
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