Bosque School offers need-based financial aid to qualified students each year. Qualifications are determined by a third party, School and Student Services (SSS), and reported back to the school. Currently, Bosque School distributes more than $3.4 million in need-based financial aid, which supports 55% of the student body.
To be considered for a financial aid award, please complete the following steps. Bosque School is unable to make an award until all items listed below are submitted. It is important to note that late filing or incomplete applications will jeopardize an award. All information will be kept confidential.
Please remember that you must also apply for admission to Bosque School separately from the financial aid application. Apply to Bosque School here.
1. File the Parents’ Financial Statement (PFS) on or before February 23, 2018. You may apply online to School and Student Services (SSS). The online fee is $49.
2. Submit your 2017 IRS forms: 1040, all filed schedules and attachments, and W-2's. The best way to submit your tax documents is to upload them to School and Student Services (SSS)* by February 23, 2018. If uploading your tax forms is not a convenient method you can mail a printed copy to:
School and Student Services by NAIS
SSS PFS P.O. Box 449 Randolph, MA 02368-0449 *Please do not submit tax documents directly to Bosque School.
*Please note: You may need to complete your tax return sooner than you typically would in order to meet the deadline. If you choose to mail any documents to SSS, please allow a minimum of 10 days mailing and processing time.
If parents are divorced or separated: The custodial, non-custodial, or parents sharing joint custody must independently follow steps 1 and 2.
Thank you for your interest in Bosque School. Please contact the admission department if you have any questions. 505-898-6388
Spanish as a Heritage Language Scholarship
As part of our commitment to enhance the education of Spanish speakers in a college preparatory setting, Bosque School is pleased to offer up to two scholarships to students who are learners of Spanish as a heritage language or students who have attended a dual language (English/Spanish) school.
As a way to show appreciation for the efforts of the first responders during the fire that burned a large portion of the Rio Grande bosque in 2003, Bosque School will award up to two need-based scholarships each year in the amount of $10,000 per student. These scholarships will be awarded to children of emergency services first responders. Applicants must follow the admission process and meet the First Responder Scholarship Criteria found here. To be considered for this award all admission documents are due by February 12, 2018, and financial aid documents are due by February 23, 2018. For more information on this scholarship, please contact Suzie Castilleja.