Tuition and Financial Aid
Harpeth Hall offers a transformative education to the girls and young women of Nashville.
We are delighted you are interested in Harpeth Hall. Harpeth Hall seeks to enroll talented young women regardless of their family's ability to pay. Investing in an independent school education requires careful financial consideration. Seventeen percent of the student body will receive over $2.3 million in financial aid for the 2020-21 school year, with an average of 94% of demonstrated need met. The average grant is $18,568.
Harpeth Hall is dedicated to the education of girls and young women and the development of their limitless intellectual and personal potential. A Harpeth Hall education inspires young women to think critically, to lead confidently, and to live honorably. We invite you to explore Harpeth Hall!
Learn more about The Girls' School Advantage.
Why We Chose Harpeth Hall
If there is one word that encapsulates how we feel about Harpeth Hall, it is OPPORTUNITY.
Leisa Byars-McSpadden, Harpeth Hall Parent
- Day retreats and field trips
- Student admission to all on-campus plays, concerts, and regular season athletic events
- Athletic team uniforms and regular season travel
- Student Accident Insurance
- School publications, including yearbook and newspaper
- Science fee
Also included for Middle School:
- After Care
- Art Fee
- Overnight class trips
- Testing fees
Admission decisions are made separately from financial aid determinations. The application process for both occur concurrently, in parallel. Families will receive an estimated financial aid package at the same time they receive their admission decision. All families contribute toward the cost of a Harpeth Hall education. We expect this investment to be among a family’s highest financial priorities. Financial aid determinations are confidential agreements between Harpeth Hall’s Financial Aid Committee and each family.
For any additional questions about applying for financial aid, please contact Director of Admission and Financial Aid, Jessica Viner, at 615-346-0103, or Senior Associate Director of Admission and Financial Aid, Natasha Robinson, at 615-346-0098.
There are not enough words to describe the immense love and encouragement that permeates throughout Harpeth Hall's campus. To put it in the simplest way, Harpeth Hall is like the book you don't want to put down and never will.
Zora Young '19
The most important things I learned at Harpeth Hall are confidence and perseverance. There were times when I fit in with the crowd and other times I did not. Regardless, I gained the strength to overcome obstacles and keep standing.
Tara Scarlett '91