THE PARENTS' FINANCIAL STATEMENT (PFS) IS YOUR GATEWAY TO FINANCIAL AID FROM THE NATION'S LEADING PRIVATE AND INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS.
We estimate the amount you can contribute to school expenses and forward that estimate to the schools where you're applying. It's one form, for one fee, for any number of siblings, for any number of schools.
Returning families that completed a PFS or created an account in the past (either in the Family Portal or our former system), please use the email address that you previously indicated for Parent A. This step is necessary to link up your past and current PFSs. Just make sure that email address is still active. If it is not, please contact us at 800-344-8328 and we will assist you in updating your profile.
First-time applicants with SSS should create an account here.
Still need help? Click here for a helpful FAQ.
By submitting a PFS to SSS, you grant us permission to securely analyze your financial information. Learn more about the security of your information.
Join us for a free informational webinar for parents on December 7, 2014 from 2:00 - 3:00 pm EST for valuable tips on completing the Parents’ Financial Statement (PFS). Register here.
We're also offering a special online session for Boston-area families on December 2 at 7:00 pm EST. You'll get help on completing the PFS itself and hear directly from schools on how they determine eligibility and consider special circumstances. Participating Schools: Beaver Country Day School, Belmont Hill School, Boston University Academy, Brimmer and May School, Buckingham Browne & Nichols, Carroll School, Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School, Dexter Southfield, Pingree School, Rashi School, Worcester Academy. Register here.
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