Families can apply for financial aid online at: www.sssbynais.org. An analysis will be sent directly to Le Jardin. Our school code is 4576.
Copies of the following documents are required along with your online application.
For parents who are divorced, separated, or never married, information for both biological parents is required.
- A copy of signed current federal (1040) income taxes, with all filed schedules and attachments
- A copy of Wage and Tax Statement/s (Form W2)
- Bank Statement
- Mortgage Statement
- Copy of Paycheck/Paystub
Documents can be uploaded through your online tuition assistance application.
Applications for Tuition Assistance are accepted starting in January.
Current and New Families: February 15, 2017
The Tuition Assistance Committee will review all applications and notify families of their award in May.
Le Jardin Academy offers a number of merit based scholarships to rising 7th and 9th graders. Scholarships cover at least 25% and up to 100% of tuition for the duration of a student’s enrollment at LJA. Extra fees, such as textbooks, a laptop, lunch, instrument rental, and trip fees are the responsibility of the family. Annual renewal is anticipated, dependent upon student performance and family financial need. In order to determine the degree of financial support that can be offered, families must submit financial information regarding the income of the applicant’s parents. This information will remain confidential and can be submitted through www.sssbynais.org.
To be considered for this scholarship, simply indicate that you are a merit scholarship applicant on your application for admission. A scholarship application and details will be sent to you and is due by February 15, 2017. Finalists will be invited to an interview with our Head of School and recipients will be notified in March.
Pauahi Keiki Scholarship
The Pauahi Keiki Scholars (PKS) program is a need-based scholarship program for eligible applicants who are planning to attend approved, non-Kamehameha Schools preschools in Hawaii. Applications will be accepted by Kamehameha schools from November 1, 2016 - February 17, 2017. To apply for this scholarship, visit: www.ksbe.edu/programs.
The Kipona Scholarship (KS) is a need-based scholarships for eligible keiki who are applying to a KS-eligible private school in Hawai'i. Applications will be accepted by Kamehameha from August 15, 2016-September 30, 2016. Students of Hawaiian ancestry applying to K, 4, 7, and 9 may apply for the Kipona Scholarship. Families who are awarded the scholarship from Kamehameha will be awarded additional funds from LJA. To apply for this scholarship, visit: www.ksbe.edu/programs.
Child Care Aware Program
Military families may apply for the ChildCare Aware of America Assistance program for early and after school care.