Tuition & Fees

2017-18 Tuition Schedule

Primary Program
   Primary 3-4 (3 half days) $11,000
   Primary 3-4 (3 full days) $11,000
   Primary 3-4 (5 half days)
   Primary 3-4 (5 full days)
   Primary 4-5 (5 half days)
   Primary 4-5 (3 half days, 2 full days)
   Primary 4-5 (5 full days)
Lower School
   Grades one and two
   Grades three and four
Middle School
   Grades five through eight
Upper School
   Grades nine through twelve

Additional Fees

The above tuition includes the cost of lunch and Student Accident Insurance. An additional $300 fee is charged to all Lower School students (Kindergarten – Grade 4) to help cover the cost of workbooks, field trips and technology. Additional fees of $400 to all Middle School students and $500 to all Upper School students are charged to help cover the cost of day trips, yearbooks and technology. The annual Unit program is billed separately.
Purchases made at the school store or for athletic equipment, overnight field trips and other incidental expenses will be billed on a monthly basis as they occur.
A one-time matriculation fee of $250 will be charged to new students upon enrollment.

International Student Fee: $4,850
International fee covers the cost of medical insurance, text books, and English Foundation courses.

Monthly Payment Plan

GSB also offers the Tuition Management Systems monthly payment plan for interested families. The plan enables families to make tuition payments in monthly installments without interest charges.

Tuition Refund Insurance Plan

Read additional details about the Tuition Refund Plan.
"Gill prepared my son academically and intellectually for his post high school educational experience. My son graduated from Gill with the confidence that he was more than capable of meeting the challenges and rigors of college."
Gill St. Bernard’s is a private, coeducational day school for students age three through grade 12, located in suburban New Jersey. Each of the three school divisions provides a vigorous, meaningful and age-appropriate curriculum, and all students benefit from the environmental learning opportunities that exist on our 208-acre campus.