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Tuition and Payment Plans

TUITION 2020-21

Tuition Activity Deposit Total Tuition and Activity Deposit
DAY $51,500 $850 $52,350
BOARDING $63,500 $1,080


The Activity Deposit covers weekend activities, class retreats, field trips and other extracurricular activities. Any unused activity deposit balance will be refunded at the end of the academic school year, either in the form of a check (if graduating), or the amount can be applied to next year’s tuition.


It is difficult to itemize miscellaneous expenses because of individual circumstances, but the following items should be kept in mind as you plan your budget: books and supplies, iPad, athletic equipment and spending money. Generally, additional expenses are estimated to be between $500 to $1,500. There are additional fees for riding lessons, private music instruction and academic support services. Students who do not have adequate health insurance and all international students are required to purchase Health and Accident Insurance offered through the School at a cost to be determined.



Dana Hall School offers three payment plan options:

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Payments to Dana Hall School may be made online in the Student Billing section of DanaConnect. You also can pay by check, money order or wire transfer.



SLM Financial Corporation – A Sallie Mae company

888-2-SALLIE or

Your Tuition Solution – A program of Springstone Financial, LLC
800-920-9777 or

1-866-362-4283 or


If you have any questions about these options or student billing, please contact Lori Adjami in the Dana Hall Business Office at 781-489-1342 or

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  • Saliba Courtyard

    Favorite Place
  • Senior-Sophomore

    Favorite Tradition
  • South Africa Trip

    Favorite Memory

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  • Vietta

    "Dana offers many great opportunities including a trip to South Africa every other year. I never in my wildest dreams thought I’d be visiting South Africa, let alone with some of my closest friends. The trip enabled us to interact with real South Africans as they experienced their real lives, an opportunity I could never have had as a tourist."