Tuition & Scholarships

TUITION

For tuition details for each school, please click on the program title (below). For more information, contact Eaton Arrowsmith directly at 604-264-8327 or admissions@eatonarrowsmithschool.com.

Information on our registration policy can be accessed by downloading this document.

Information about Eaton Arrowsmith’s 2017-2018 tuition refund policies can be found in your tuition fee schedule. Information about EA’s 2018-2019 tuition refund policy for all sites can be accessed by downloading this document.

Information on tuition tax credits/medical expense claims can be found here.

2018-2019 Tuition Structure:

    $33,960 (Returning Student)
    $34,960 (Local First Year Student)
    $37,460 (International First Year Student)

  • The full-time program is a day school for elementary and secondary school students that runs from September to June.
  • Tuition is payable either in lump sum or by instalments.
  • Each year, tuition payments begin in February for the following academic year. For example, payments began in February 2017 for the September 2017-June 2018 school year.
  • Financing options for full-time program fees are available through VanCity and the Bank of Montreal.

2018-2019 Tuition Structure:

$18,280 (Returning Student)
$19,280 (First Year Student)

  • The half-day program is only offered out of the Redmond, WA location.
  • The program has morning and afternoon options and is offered to children and adults.

2018-2019 Tuition Structure:

    $6,700 (Returning Student)
    $9,520 (Local First Year Student)
    $9,520 (International First Year Student)

  • The part-time program is an after-school program that begins in October and continues until May.
  • Classes are held twice a week at Eaton Arrowsmith and are two hours in length starting at 4:00pm at most sites.

2018-2019 Tuition Structure:

    $21,675 (Returning Student)
    $22,675 (Local First Year Student)
    $25,175 (International First Year Student)

  • Tuition is payable either in lump sum or by instalments.
  • Each year, tuition payments begin in February for the following academic year. For example, payments began in February 2015 for the September 2015-June 2016 school year.
  • Financing options for full-time program fees are available through VanCity and Bank of Montreal.

2018-2019 Tuition Structure:

    $4,725 (Returning Student)
    $5,725 (Local First Year Student)
    $5,725 (International First Year Student)

Tuition will remain at the current rates for the 2018-19 school year

  • The MSS Program runs from the beginning of October to the middle of May and consists of 18 two-hour sessions at Eaton Arrowsmith.

Total Fee: $5,900 if registered on or after March 1st – $5,400 for earlybirds who register before March 1st. (6 weeks of full days – 9am-3:00pm)

  • The program runs from July 3 to August 10 (Monday-Friday) at the EA Vancouver and Redmond locations.
  • Students focus only on the symbol relations cognitive function.

Total Fee: $1,680 per session

This program is for current students enrolled in full-time, half-day (Redmond location) and part-time Eaton Arrowsmith programs. It offers students the opportunity to continue their cognitive work over the summer months or get ahead before September.

Eaton Arrowsmith teachers will be in touch with families of enrolled students in May to determine exactly which exercises will be worked on during the Summer Cognitive Extension Program.

Eaton Arrowsmith in Vancouver, White Rock and Redmond offer the Summer Cognitive Extension Program half days from July 3rd to August 10th, 2018.

July 3rd – July 20th, mornings
July 3rd – July 20th, afternoons
July 23rd – August 10th, mornings
July 23rd – August 10th, afternoons

2018-2019 Tuition Structure:

    $27,320 (Returning Student)
    $28,320 (Local First Year Student)
    $30,820 (International First Year Student)

  • This program runs from September to June and is offered to students between the approximate ages of 18 and 30.
  • Each year, tuition payments begin in February for the following academic year. For example, payments began in February 2018 for the September 2018-June 2019 school year.

2018-2019 Tuition Structure:

    $6,700 (Returning Student)
    $9,520 (Local First Year Student)
    $9,520 (International First Year Student)

  • Students in the Eaton Arrowsmith Adults part-time program come to the centre twice per week between October and May.

Program Schedule (available from October to May):

EA Vancouver

  • Monday/Wednesday 4-6pm
  • Tuesday/Thursday 4-6pm

EA White Rock and EA Redmond

  • Tuesday/Thursday 4-6pm

Program Cost for 2018-2019:

  • $6,700 (includes the cost of the program and the symbol relations exercise assessment only)

Program Schedule options in Vancouver (available from October to May):

  • Tuesdays and Thursdays 1-3: October 3rd to May 22nd – total of 57 sessions – a study permit would be required for international students enrolled in this 8 month program.
  • Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 1-3: November 1st to April 30th – total of 56 sessions over 6 months.
  • Weekdays 1-3 every day:
  • Session 1: November 1st to February 14th – total of 57 sessions over 4 months
  • Session 2: February 15th to May 28th – total of 57 sessions over 4 months

Program Schedule options in White Rock and Redmond

  • Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4pm-6pm

Program Cost for 2018-2019:

  • $6,700 (Includes the cost of the program and the Symbol Relations exercise assessment only)

 

Scholarships & Bursaries

Eaton Arrowsmith, Eaton Arrowsmith Adults and Magnussen offer scholarships and bursaries to our students.

Bursary allocation is based on financial need. Amounts offered also vary according to need.

Scholarship applicants (students or parents) create a persuasive presentation (500-word essay or three-minute multimedia presentation) and scholarships are awarded based on these applications.

Please note that, to apply for a scholarship or bursary, a student must either be enrolled or officially offered a place at Eaton Arrowsmith.

Please check back each fall for scholarship and bursary application forms and information.

Application deadlines

Applications for scholarships and bursaries are due each year in December. Students receiving financial aid have until mid-January to accept their scholarship and/or bursary by confirmation of enrollment for the following school year.

Deadlines for 2019-2020 Scholarships and Bursaries:

  • December 5, 2018 – Applications are due by noon
  • December 12, 2018 – Scholarships and bursaries are offered / recipients are informed
  • January 18, 2019 – Scholarships and bursaries must be accepted by noon on January 18, 2019

Please note that all students applying for bursaries and scholarships must first have been assessed by our admissions team and been offered placement. For an assessment of fit or for more information about the admissions process please contact our team at admissions@eatonarrowsmith.com.

The scholarship and bursary program is an important part of giving back to our community and continues to grow each year. Our goal is to continue to enable more students to access Eaton Arrowsmith.

If you have any questions, or if you or your organization would like to donate to this program, please contact our registrar, Rose McLachlan, at rmclachlan@eatonarrowsmith.com or 604-264-8327.

*Please note that scholarship and bursary amounts given range from 2.5% to 30% of the yearly tuition rate, with the majority falling between 5% and 10%.

Emily spent four years at EA. We saw improvements in her ability to communicate and she had stronger abstract thinking skills and heightened cognitive awareness.

Heather Bishop, EA Victoria parent
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