Tuition & Fees

A GSB education is a significant investment in your child’s future.

Our students are talented, passionate, creative, and thoughtful and come from a diverse range of backgrounds, independent of financial circumstances. We encourage families who need assistance to apply for financial aid. Tuition assistance awards are available for eligible families.

2023-24 Tuition 

The GSB daily lunch program is included in tuition costs for grades K-12.

Preschool  |  $23,750 (5 full days)  *  $16,590 (five half-days)
Prekindergarten  |  $23,750 (5 full day) *  $16,590 (five half-days)
Kindergarten  |  $33,000
Lower School (Grades 1-4) | $39,350
Middle School (Grades 5-8) | $44,750
Upper School (Grades 9-12) | $50,750

Tuition Refund Insurance Plan
Read additional details about the Tuition Refund Plan.

As part of our "Knight Cam" Instagram series, Upper Schoolers share what they love most about GSB. 

"The beauty of GSB lies in its commitment to creating an environment where children don’t just learn, they thrive. It's a place where they discover their strengths, embrace their uniqueness, and learn the importance of collaboration and community."

Current GSB Parent

Monthly Payment Plan

Monthly, biannual, and annual payment plans are available and managed through Blackbaud Tuition Management, which is activated during enrollment.

Additional Fees

Books and Academic Supplies

For books, technology, day field trips, and academic supplies, families should budget:

  • Early Childhood - $300 - 450
  • Lower School - $450
  • Middle School - $625
  • Upper School - $750 (includes yearbook) 

Matriculation Fee

  • New students upon enrollment - $400 

International Student Fee

  • International student enrollment - $5,000 

Transportation

Other Expenses

  • Purchases are billed on a monthly basis as they occur from the GSB School Store, for athletic equipment, overnight field trips, and other incidental expenses.
  • The annual Spring Unit program is billed separately.
GSB is a place where all students have the freedom and opportunity to explore their individual interests, gain new experiences, be strongly respected as individuals, have the support and mentorship of amazing teachers, learn to speak openly and freely to teachers as adults and to become the most complete version of their unique selves that they could possibly become.”

GSB Alum