The value of a Bay Ridge Prep education pays dividends over a lifetime.
After an enriching K-12 college prep experience, Bay Ridge Prep students are accepted to and enter colleges that suit them best. Some of those institutions happen to be American University, Boston College, Brown University, The Cooper Union, Columbia University, Cornell University, Fordham University, Smith College, Grinnell College and New York University.
Grade K $29,400
Grade 1 $29,400
Grade 2 $29,400
Grade 3 $29,400
Grade 4 $29,400
Grade 5 $29,400
Grade 6 $31,450
Grade 7 $31,450
Grade 8 $31,450
Grade 9 $35,700
Grade 10 $37,400
Grade 11 $38,725
Grade 12 $41,275
Each year Bay Ridge Prep offers a limited amount of Tuition Awards to incoming 9th grade students.
Tuition Awards are considered based on:
To be considered you must:
Apply and be Accepted to Bay Ridge Prep prior to Feb 1, 2023 (unless funds are still available after this date)
Submit any additional materials you would like the committee to review. This could be submitting a written essay (see essay prompts below), a resume showcasing your extracurriculars, athletic or artistic talents, a portfolio, a video etc. Please submit all materials to firstname.lastname@example.org
The committee will review the complete application including the student admissions interview and supplemental materials, and award recipients will be notified by the end of February. Award recipients will receive an enrollment contract (with the tuition award reflected) and will have one month from the date of the award letter to sign the enrollment contract and accept the tuition award. Awards are forfeited after the one month time period. Bay Ridge Prep cannot guarantee availability of any potential tuition awards for applicants.
If writing an essay, please choose 2 of the 5 below.
1. Thinking about your unique qualities and attributes, how do you feel you can contribute to our school and enhance our community beyond being a strong academic student?
2. If you could spend a day with any historical or fictional character, who would it be and why, and what would you do for the day?
3. Explain what the term “leader” means to you. Do you envision yourself being a leader during your high school years? How so?
4. When our school gives a student a scholarship award, we consider it an investment in the future. Explain why you think our school should invest in you as a potential member of our community.
5. Perhaps the most important unwritten “rule” in our school is kindness. Discuss what that means to you.
Bay Ridge Prep offers the Achieve Program, which is designed for students requiring an additional layer of support in areas such as study skills, organization, writing and reading.
Grade 5 $46,550
Grade 6 $48,350
Grade 7 $48,350
Grade 8 $48,350
Grade 9 $52,875
Grade 10 $54,425
Grade 11 $56,000
Grade 12 $58,500
Bay Ridge Prep offers the Bridge Program, which addresses the needs of students in grades 3-12 who have one or more diagnosed learning differences and offers a specialized learning environment to maximize these students’ learning potential.
Grades 3-8 $71,900
Grade 9-11 $78,000
Grade 12 $78,700
The International Student Program offers services that will assist students whose primary language is not English. The program will enhance their communication skills, allowing them to reach their goals in language development and educational readiness. Inclusion into core subject classes will further enrich an international student’s academic experience, adding valuable social interactions furthering their language skills.
Grade 6 $42,050
Grade 7 $42,700
Grade 8 $43,500
Grade 9 $47,850
Grade 10 $49,500
Grade 11 $50,875
Grade 12 $53,275