Do you think your child attends one of the most expensive private schools? Maybe they go to Harvard-Westlake School in Los Angeles or The Dalton School in New York. Or Deerfield Academy in Massachusetts. It’s expensive to go to Deerfield! But what are the most expensive private schools in the world, you ask? Wonder no longer. “The Huffington Post” has an article out listing what they believe to be the ten most expensive private schools (high schools) on the globe. So which school do you think is the single most expensive?
In Rolle, Switzerland, Institut Le Rosey has an annual tuition of $99,566. You read that right. Annual. But, don’t worry — it includes room and board. Also in Switzerland (in Villars-sur-Ollon), College Alpin International Beau Soleil might get some beautiful sun but tuition is at $93,158 a year. That, too, includes room and board. Middlesex School in Concord, Massachusetts charges $50,320 a year, while Eton College in Windsor, England charges $50,213 a year. Lawrence Academy in Groton, Massachusetts charges $52,640 annually, while The Hotchkiss School in Lakeville, Connecticut charges $45,350 a year. The United World College of South East Asia in Singapore charges an annual tuition of $48,403. The Lawrenceville School in New Jersey charges $51,025 a year. Appleby College in Ontario, Canada is more expensive than Applebee’s. They charge $53,911 each year. And in the Bronx, New York, Riverdale School charges $42,000 a year.
These figures are all according to “The Huffington Post.” We actually know of some schools that should be on this list — schools that charge more than $42,000 a year. But you get the idea about expensive private schools. What do you think about these tuition costs? What do you think about spending almost $100,000 a year to go to school? Let us know your thoughts on the matter by posting below!
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