Tuition & Fees

The investment you make in your child's education will pay dividends in the long run. We make every effort to keep Walsingham affordable and accessible to all families who apply. In fact, our tuition rates are on-par, or less than, the rates of other Williamsburg-area private institutions.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the cost of Walsingham?

2018-2019 Tuition Rates


3 Year Old Program
Half Day $ 6,175
Full Day $ 9,500

4 Year Old Program
Half Day $ 6,500
Full Day $ 9,995


Kindergarten - 2 $ 12,150
Grades 3 - 5$ 12,875
Grades 6 - 7$ 14,875
Grade 8$ 15,200
Grades 9 - 12$ 15,750

Are scholarships or financial aid available?

At Walsingham Academy, we seek to admit talented and motivated students, regardless of family resources. We believe that economic diversity enriches the educational opportunities for all our families. Therefore, families who feel the full tuition cost is out of their reach should not hesitate to visit or apply to the school. We are here to help you determine the best options for your family with this very important educational investment.

To view and apply for your financial aid options, please visit the FACTS website and create an account.

What is the application process like?

The admissions process is rolling throughout the year. After contacting the Director of Admissions, the first steps will include taking a tour, completing an in-person interview, then applying online.

How are admissions decisions made?

Admission to Walsingham Academy is selective with consideration given to the applicant’s past academic performance, teacher recommendations, test scores, entrance exam, and personal interview. Although metrics are an important part of the process, we seek to not simply qualify a student by a test score; instead, we strive to get to know our applicants as individuals with unique characteristics, strengths, interests, and contributions to the community. By doing so, we pride ourselves on building a unique and talented student body in an environment where education does not end when the bell rings.