Financial Aid Process
Oldfields’ financial aid budget helps to support roughly 30% of our student body. Financial aid awards are based on a family’s demonstrated need. Oldfields utilizes School and Student Services (SSS) to help us make a fair assessment of what each family can contribute towards an Oldfields education.
Applications and all supporting documents are due by February 1st.
Please note that we only accept financial aid applications online.
To begin a financial aid application please follow these instructions:
Go to sssnais.org
*Applications will be accepted beginning November 1.
Click on the prompt to begin your Parent’s Financial Statement (PFS). You only need to complete one PFS even if you have more than one child applying. You will be given a username and password that will allow you to return to your PFS at a later time in case updates are necessary.
You will be given instructions about submitting supporting documents. Oldfields School requires the following documents:
- A complete copy of your previous year's Federal Income Tax Return along with all supporting schedules.
- A complete copy of your most recent return as soon as it is complete.
- A copy of all W2s.
- A copy of all year-end pay stubs.
- Business tax returns for the previous 3 years if you own your own business.
Additional documentation and information may be requested as we evaluate your file, including a request for a 4506-T form after the student has enrolled.
In the case of separated or divorced parents, Oldfields requires a completed PFS from both natural parents and any step-parents. In such instances, an application with only one PFS will be considered incomplete. Please feel free to contact the financial aid office directly to discuss your individual family situation.
Financial aid decisions will be mailed along with admission decisions on March 10.
Thank you again for your interest in Oldfields School. For more information or questions, please contact a member of the Admission team below: