Summer Program Tuition and Financial Aid
Please note: all programming is virtual.
College Prep Program (for students entering grades 10–12 in fall 2021)
- 6-week Credit course: $3,500
- 3-week Enrichment course: $1,200
Rising Scholars (for students entering grades 7–9 in fall 2021)
- 6-week Math for-credit course: $3,500 (taken with College Prep students)
- 3-week Major course: $790
English for Speakers of Other Languages (for students entering grades 7–12 in fall 2021)
- 6-week course: $2,450
Optional Add-on Courses
- ACT/SAT/SSAT Test-Prep Courses
- SSAT/SAT/ACT 6-week Math and English: $975
- ACT/SAT 3-week Math or English: $650
- College Counseling
- 3-week course: $1,200 (available in both sessions)
- Public Speaking
- 3-week course: $650
- K-Pop Dance
- 3-week course: $650
Lamplighter Literary Arts Summer Writing Institute
- Session 1 (2 weeks): $900
- Session 2 (1 week): $450
Deposits are due within two weeks of acceptance and the remaining balance is due by May 1, 2021. NOTE: For late acceptances, after April 15, please refer to the deadlines specified in the acceptance letter.
Northfield Mount Hermon has a century-old tradition of offering educational opportunities to students of all socio-economic backgrounds. Anyone may apply, although the majority of financial aid is reserved for U.S. citizens. Financial aid is granted based on demonstrated need as well as the student's academic drive and performance. For more detailed requirements, please refer to the financial aid application form. All applications are due by March 1st, 2021.
If you withdraw after enrollment but before June 1, 2021, you will receive a refund of all fees paid except the application fee and the enrollment deposit.
No refunds will be issued after June 1.*
*However, a tuition refund may be considered if the student is unable to participate due to a medical reason, for which a doctor’s letter must be provided. Any refund will be tuition only. The deposit and application fee will not be refunded.
Any student who is unwilling to abide by the rules or the spirit of NMH Summer Session, who neglects their studies or work assignments, or who is believed to jeopardize the welfare of others may be dismissed without refund of tuition or fees.