As an independent school, most of the money needed for operation comes from tuition. Rossman does not receive federal, state or church funds. When the Board of Trustees sets the budget, it is largely based on income from tuition and fees, but the quality of the school’s programs, the select faculty and the scope of activities cost more than tuition provides. Interest from investments and the Annual Fund bridge the gap between the tuition families pay and the actual cost to provide a Rossman education.
Prospective families are invited to schedule a Virtual Visit with Rossman's director of admission while campus is closed due to COVID-19. Current parents, click here for the latest Rossman School COVID-19 updates.