The deadline to return financial aid forms to McCallie for all current students and new students. Although additional applications will be accepted after this date, it is possible that funds will be exhausted. The deadline for new boarding students will vary. New boarding students will be considered for financial aid depending on when they submit their application for admission and their financial aid forms and on the availability of financial aid.
Due by January 22, 2017
Parent Financial Statement (PFS) must be completed and submitted to SSS. First-time applicants must also submit to SSS the following additional documentation: 2015 1040 (all schedules), W-2 and/or 1099 form(s) and Corporate returns and/or K-1s (if applicable). Request a copy to be sent to: The McCallie School - school code 4744
Due by February 20, 2017
All applicants must submit signed copies to SSS copies of the following required documentation: 2016 1040 (all schedules), W-2 and/or 1099 form(s), 4506-T (SIGN and DO NOT DATE), Mortgage Statement, and Corporate/Business/Farm Statement and/or K-1's (if applicable).
Financial aid decision notification will be made to new day students in their acceptance packets. Notification to day families currently receiving awards plus all boarding families requesting awards will take place by mid-March. After these dates, financial assistance is awardedonly as funds are available.
Books, uniforms, travel, voluntary trip fees, bookstore charges and supplementary athletic apparel and equipment. McCallie offers a limited use book program for financial aid recipients based on their demonstrated need.
The only scholarships available are for highly-qualified boarding students who participate in the McCallie Honors Scholarship Program, which was established in 1998. Otherwise, the assistance McCallie offers is need based financial aid as determined by the School and Student Services (SSS) by NAIS.
Financial aid consists of funds given to families who demonstrate a financial need for assistance with tuition expenses at McCallie. Funds are made available by hundreds of donors who are interested in making a McCallie education available to outstanding boys who would otherwise be unable to afford such an opportunity.
Anyone can apply for financial aid, but only students who have been accepted to McCallie and demonstrate financial need, as determined by the School and Student Services (SSS) of NAIS, can be considered.
Changes in financial status may affect the size of your award. Therefore, a new financial aid application must be filed with School and Student Services (SSS) by NAIS each year. Families are strongly encouraged to complete financial aid applications with required documentation as soon as possible to be considered for awards.
Yes. All submitted financial aid information is confidential. Only members of the financial aid committee have access. We will not reveal provided information to any third party unless we have been authorized by you, or we are required to disclose the information by law (e.g. by a lawfully issued subpoena or court order).
To determine need, McCallie uses School and Student Services (SSS) by NAIS to calculate Financial Aid. This service uses information from the Parents’ Financial Statement (PFS) which asks for income, expenses, assets, and liabilities. The family completes and submits a PFS form online and request a copy to be sent to McCallie by entering our school code 4744. SSS computes this information and determines an estimated need. SSS sends the Report of Family Contribution (RFC) to McCallie. McCallie’s Financial Aid Committee uses this estimate as a guideline in making awards.
Submit documentation to the School and Student Services (SSS) by NAIS as they become available. You will be able to upload all required documentation to SSS. You can also mail copies of the required documents to SSS directly. Please do not send copies to McCallie. It is helpful to use your paystub for approximating annual income on the PFS if W-2’s are not available.
McCallie expects both the custodial and non-custodial parents to participate in the support of their son at McCallie. It is up to all parties involved to communicate and participate in good faith in their sponsibilities. Custodial and non-custodial parents will be expected to submit a financial aid form.
Each award is individualized based upon the financial need of the family and the strength of the applicants file. An applicant’s file reflects academic ability, extracurricular involvement, character and demonstrated leadership.
Each financial aid recipient is expected to maintain the highest academic standards for himself, to conduct himself in a responsible and honorable manner, and to play an active role in the daily life of the school community. Failure to meet these expectations will result in review of financial assistance by the Financial Aid Committee mid-year and/or at the end of the school year.
The Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) prohibits varsity athletes from receiving financial aid or merit awards in excess of demonstrated need. (This does not apply to non-TSSAA sports such as Climbing, Crew, Lacrosse and Swimming.)
McCallie offers a several payment plans and financing options to help in making private education a reality.
The 10-month plan* – Monthly payments are due July through April
The 60/40 plan – 60% of tuition is due August 1; 40% is due December 1.
Full payment – due on August 1.
International Students: Full payment by August 1. In addition a minimum of $2,000 is required per semester (by August 1 and January 1) to be applied towards a student allowance account, tutoring, books, and any other incidental charges.
*There is an administrative fee per year for this payment plan.
"I believe in high standards and hard work. McCallie is not a school of short-cuts and bail-outs, glitz or glamour. McCallie has always been a school of 'let's roll up our sleeves and get to work.'" A. Lee Burns III '87, Headmaster
McCallie is an All-Boys Private Boarding School and Day School, a Christian-based College Prep School. McCallie seeks out and accepts boys from all ethnic, racial, religious, and socioeconomic backgrounds and places a high value on a diverse student body.