TUITION, FINANCIAL AID & SCHOLARSHIPS
Tuition for the 2022 – 2023 school year is $12,000.
Registration and Fees – Non-refundable
- $550 registration fee. Includes registration, student activities, and materials.
- $1,000 fundraising fee per family. This fee is fully refundable through participation in approved support activities such as Stadium Cleanup, lunchroom monitoring duty, and after-school study monitoring duty. It will appear on family tuition agreements, but it is not assessed until January each school year.
- $350 Academic Support Center fee. Assessed for students accessing the ASC. (Formerly known as the Learning Resource Center.)
- $125 senior fee. Includes graduation events and composite photo.
- Additional cost for books and uniforms.
All tuition and fee payments are processed through your online FACTS account. This online account will be established as part of your online registration for enrollment.
FGR offers three tuition payment options:
- One lump-sum payment: due in July;
- Four equal payments: due in July, October, January, & April ($75 finance charge);
- Ten equal payments: due every month July-April ($150 finance charge).
It is our goal to make an FGR education available to all well-qualified students who seek it. Through the generosity of parents, alumni, and friends of FGR, we are able to provide more than $500,000 in tuition assistance and scholarships each year. Approximately 25% of FGR students receive some amount of assistance. Financial aid is awarded based upon information provided through the application process. If you wish to apply for financial aid for the 2022 – 2023 school year, please complete the online financial aid application through FACTS, available here. Financial aid applications are due by February 4, 2022.
Academic Scholarship Offerings
Freshman academic scholarships are awarded based on the High School Placement Test scores. These scholarships are renewable each year for students maintaining a GPA of 3.7 or higher. Scholarships range from $1,500 to $5,000.
HSPT Score Scholarship