Providence Country Day School cutting tuition by more than 35 percent

Providence Country Day

EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WLNE) – The Providence Country Day School is looking to make private education more affordable for families.

The school announced Thursday it is launching a new plan called “The Quest.” The new plan involves cutting its annual tuition by more than 35 percent.

Beginning next year, high school tuition will drop from $39 thousand to $25 thousand. Middle school tuition will go from $34 thousand to $22 thousand.

Current families who already pay less than these new tuition rates will remain under the school’s financial aid program.

Continuing to demonstrate a forward-thinking approach, the school is shifting its educational landscape by launching PCD Online Academy. The virtual academy provides an innovative, self-paced program for students from grades 6-12 who live outside PCD’s drawing area, to benefit from the school’s rigorous college preparatory curriculum.

PCD is considered a top-tier top private school in Rhode Island and is a member of National Association of Independent Schools.

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