Tuition, Financial Aid and Scholarship Information for The Woodward School

Woodward is Still Accepting Applications for Fall 2023-2024

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Why Woodward?

You want the best for your daughter, and so does Woodward.
For over a century, Woodward has educated and empowered young women in grades 6 - 12. Woodward attracts students from a rich diversity of backgrounds who are committed to advancing themselves, their education, as well as the lives of others through hard work, high standards, and service. Woodward students are thoughtful, compassionate, and conscientious members of their communities.

Why All-Girls?

Woodward Checks All the Boxes

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check in a box Challenging Academics

check in a box Vibrant Visual and Performing Arts

check in a box Competitive Athletics

check in a box 4 to1 Student Teacher Ratio

check in a box 8 - Average Class Size

check in a box Renovated Historic Campus

check in a box Convenient Location on the MBTA Red Line

check in a box Affordable Tuition

check in a box School Safety & Security
"Woodward introduced me to my passion and taught me to stand up for myself and to speak for myself. Transformation happens at Woodward." ~ Rachael McIver '16
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Best value for a secular (non-religious) Girls Independent School on the South Shore & Greater Boston 


2023-2024 Tuition RatesWhite Woodward Logo

$19,403 Upper School Tuition 
$18,880 Middle School Tuition 

Financial Aid

Woodward's need-based financial aid program works to ensure that the cost of tuition does not exclude access to this exceptional academic program. We recognize that full tuition can stretch resources beyond some family's budget, and we strive to make a Woodward education accessible to families of all income levels.


Woodward's historical roots in the City of Quincy are well documented. The Woodwards' and the Adams' families gave back to their community, as does The Woodward School. We offer scholarships to Quincy residents who decide to enroll at the Woodward.

Quincy Adams Scholarship

The Quincy Adams Scholarship is awarded to Quincy residents, daughters of Quincy municipal employees, and the daughters of any educator teaching within the City. This scholarship honors President John Adams and Abigail Adams for their commitment to education and their historic ties to Quincy and Woodward. To receive the Quincy Adams Scholarship, applicants must provide proof of Quincy residency or employment annually. There is no fee or other application for this scholarship.