We strive to increase financial accessibility to MAC and have several opportunities to help families afford a MAC education. MAC offers the below financial assistance options to eligible students.
Tuition Adjustment Program
The Tuition Adjustment Program for Primary* - 8th grade students is designed to help families with a demonstrated financial need receive adjusted tuition, making a MAC education accessible to more students. Tuition adjustment amounts will be informed by FACTS, a third-party service often used by independent schools to securely collect and analyze family financial data. Families with new students applying to MAC and returning students re-enrolling in MAC’s Primary - 8th grade program are eligible to apply. You can find key dates and the FACTS application here.
*Students must be four-years old by October 1st to be eligible.
Curtis Park Scholarship
MAC is committed to being an integral part of the vibrant Curtis Park community and has worked with a group of MAC donors to supplement tuition costs for children who live in the 80205 zip code. Please contact us directly at email@example.com if you are interested in learning more about the Curtis Park Scholarship.
MAC Middle Merit Scholarship
MAC offers a limited number of Merit Scholarships for rising 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students. Though these students may not demonstrate financial need, they exemplify MAC’s mission and our unique purpose-based Middle School curriculum. You may find out more information on the scholarship as well as how to apply here.
MAC Endowment Scholarship
MAC offers a limited number of Endowment Scholarships for elementary or middle school students demonstrating financial need who are committed to remaining at MAC through 8th grade. Please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in learning more about our Endowment Scholarship.