Financial Aid

Admission to Beaumont School and awarding of tuition assistance are two separate decisions. 

Tuition assistance is determined based on the student's need, the family's ability to pay, and the availability of financial assistance funds. The intent of the tuition assistance program is to share the cost of education with the student and her family.

In order to be considered for tuition assistance, families are required to complete a FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment (FACTS).

Eligibility for assistance is based on demonstrated financial need, meeting entrance requirementsofBeaumont, must be current with all financial obligations due, and must be in good academic standing.

How To Apply for Financial Aid (deadline November 15)

Families applying for tuition assistance are required to submit the FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment, a third-party application which analyzes the financial situation of applicants based on a number of factors.

To apply, complete the FACTS application form online, submit the fee, and upload copies of the requested supporting documentation directly to FACTS by November 15. Applications are considered incomplete and will not be processed until all supporting documentation is received.

You only need to complete your FACTS once during your time at Beaumont, unless you would like to report a change in circumstances.

You can contact FACTS at 866-441-4637 with any questions or concerns about this application process.

Financial Aid Notification (late December)

Families will be notified of financial decisions in late December if they have completed their FACTS applications by the November 15 deadline. If the application remains pending due to missing information, the family will be notified of the missing information in a timely manner by FACTS.

If you do not receive a January notification letter, contact Erika Gofman in the Finance Office at  or 216.325.7312 to check on the status of your application.