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Tuition & Assistance

The Wolfeboro Value

Wolfeboro is a high-value educational program.  Summer is the only thing we do; we prepare for our students throughout the year.  Do your research and you will see why Wolfeboro can ensure academic progress. A summer at Wolfeboro equips students with the tools and confidence they need for years of academic and community success.

  • The program is intentional and outcome driven. 
  • You will not find a truly similar summer option. 
  • All teachers are experienced: no first-year teachers or college students in the classroom. 
  • Class size of 4 - 5, the perfect size, little is left to chance. 
  • Smiles, summer fun, friends and laughter are everywhere.
  • Cell phone and screen time limited to 30 minutes per day.

Tuition and fees

Tuition for our 2024 session:

5-week main session:

  • Tuition: $15,400
  • Student Account: $1,800 (textbooks, trips, etc.)

3-week middle school boost (limited space for rising 5th-7th graders):

  • Tuition: $10,800
  • Student Account: $1,800 (textbooks, trips, etc.)

Enrollment Deposit (non-refundable) of $3,000 is due within 2 weeks of acceptance. The deposit may be paid by credit card, check or wire transfer. Remaining balance is due by May 1st.

Online Payments

To make an enrollment deposit or tuition balance payment:

For card payments, head to this link.

For wire payments, contact for account information.

Financial Aid

Award grants are typically $2,000 to $4,000.  Grant decisions are made at the time of acceptance.  Generally reserved for US families, financial aid is extended to 15% of enrolled students.

To request financial aid, please contact us at 

Consistent with the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) Principles of Good Practice, Wolfeboro determines eligibility for admission without regard to a student's application for financial aid; adheres to local, state, and federal laws and regulations that require non-discriminatory practice in the administration of its financial aid policies; and safeguards the confidentiality of financial aid applications, records, and decisions.