We believe a world-class education should be accessible to everyone., so we offer need-based partial scholarships to families who couldn't otherwise join Prisma. Scholarships range from 15-40% off tuition, depending upon family income. To be considered for a Prisma Scholarship, please complete a financial aid application, which is linked within our main application.
See Admissions for how to apply.
Annual tuition is $9,750 for our middle school (Grades 4-8) and $10,750 for our high school. Families who receive need-based scholarships can attend Prisma for as little as $6,000 per year. These are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis in the spring and summer each year and do run out, so apply quickly!
Most of our tuition goes toward employing our learning coaches. Parents of learners in grades 4-8 can apply to join our Parent-Coach Program ($4,800 annual tuition). This program is a good fit for families who are experienced homeschoolers or educators who are prepared to serve as their child's mentor coach, regularly meeting with them and giving them feedback on their academic work. Learners who are part of the Parent-Coach program still experience every other aspect of Prisma (project-based curriculum, daily live workshops, extracurricular opportunities, official transcripts, etc.).
Because we believe that your ability to receive a phenomenal education shouldn’t depend on your ability to pay, we offer financial support for families who cannot afford our standard tuition. Our goal is that 40% of learners receive a scholarship, so please don't let your ability to pay stop you from applying!
You can request financial aid within your child’s application.
Within your child’s application you will be asked to state your household income along with what you can pay for Prisma. Given this information and any other factors you wish to share, we’ll evaluate your request for financial aid. We have limited spots available at various tuition levels within our cohorts, so we recommend that you both state the maximum you can pay and apply as soon as possible to increase the likelihood of a scholarship being available.