Tuition and Value

The Oakwood School is committed to making our remarkable school affordable and accessible to a wide range of families across eastern NC. Every child we enroll embarks on a journey to prepare them for success far beyond our campus. Oakwood graduates rank highest in the region and well above national private school averages for SAT scores and are sought after by colleges and universities across the country. A remarkable education, environment, opportunities and overall experience…yep, it's worth it.

2019-20 Tuition and Fees



*Tuition Refund Insurance: Parents have the responsibility for full tuition payment whether or not the student completes the school year. Tuition Refund Insurance provides assistance for this financial obligation in the event of an early withdrawal. The cost is 1.9% of gross tuition due. Due July 1, 2019. Required for Semester/Monthly Payment Plan. Optional for Single Payment Plan.


Extended Day
1st Child$9.60 hourly; $2,700 academic year; summer rates available
2nd Child+$6 hourly; $1,620 academic year; summer rates available
Eagles Landing Lunch Varies

*Rates subject to change.

Payment Options

*An additional 8% APR will be applied to the Monthly Payment Plan.

Financial Assistance

financial ASSISTANCE

Oakwood seeks to admit motivated students, regardless of family resources. Families that feel the full tuition cost is out of their reach should not hesitate to visit or apply to the school. Need based financial aid and NC Opportunity Scholarships are available in all grades. New students in rising 9th to 12th grades are eligible to compete for the Monk Family Scholarship. The Oakwood administration is here to help you determine the best tuition options for your family.

  • Available for families of students in all grades
  • Determined through third-party evaluation by ISM/FAST (Independent School Management/Financial Aid and School Tuition)

If a student is enrolled part-time with Greenville Learning Center (GLC), Oakwood’s tuition may be prorated. GLC’s tuition is paid directly to them. This service does not financially benefit Oakwood. It is located on campus solely for the convenience of students and their families.