Tuition & Financial Aid


Tuition Schedule

Mount Royal Tuition Schedule 2024-2025


"FACTS provides flexible payment plan options to families at private and faith-based schools.
Families can budget their tuition, making private school more accessible and affordable."
To learn more about FACTS Tuition Management, click here

Enroll in FACTS and begin the tuition remittance process

Financial Aid Philosophy

In fulfillment of our mission, the school's financial aid philosophy is one of privacy, honesty and compassion. If a family truly desires to send their children to Mount Royal, money will not be the reason preventing them from doing so. 

Families applying for financial aid are asked to do so by March 31st of the current year. If applying for enrollment and seeking financial aid after this point, you may still fill out the application. Funding for tuition assistance is limited and late applications may be affected.

The application may be found here. You will need to create or sign in to your FACTS account to complete the application.  There is a nominal application fee to apply for financial aid. Please note that financial aid is not offered to Pre-K students.

All families applying for need-based financial aid must also apply for funding opportunities offered by the Children’s Scholarship Fund.

Children's Scholarship Fund

All families that apply for financial aid must also apply for funding through the New Hampshire Children's Scholarship Fund. The New Hampshire Education Tax Credit Program provides education information and scholarships for New Hampshire students who are struggling in their current school to allow them to attend a school that is a better fit for them and their learning needs. The Children's Scholarship Fund recently partnered with Kate Baker to "to work with New Hampshire businesses, schools, and families to fund scholarships that allow low and moderate-income children statewide to attend the K-12 schools that best meet their needs, including private schools, out-of-district public schools, and homeschools." 

Scholarships are awarded to New Hampshire students based on highest financial need, funds raised, and the metrics in the Education Tax Credit law for tuition for private school, a public school outside of the student’s district or for homeschooling expenses.

The Children's Scholarship Fund in New Hampshire is a 501c3 nonprofit charity scholarship organization. All donations are tax deductible. 

For more information, visit their website.

For more information regarding our financial aid policy or admissions in general please call Mr. McMenaman at 763-9010 x104 or email at