An independent, college-preparatory day school serving grades 7 through 12.
Tuition and Affordability
Community Scholars Program
Seen, Respected, and Empowered
Falmouth Academy is committed to providing equitable access to culturally underrepresented populations. FA values the richness of an educational experience that includes people with diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and identities. In that spirit, the school established theFalmouth Academy Community Scholars Fund to recognize academically motivated students who desire to be part of a vibrant and inclusive school community where each member is seen, respected, and empowered to contribute.
Please visit the Community Scholars Program page for more information. Please contact the Admission Office if you are unsure as to whether or not your student qualifies for this program.
The selection committee seeks to award students from culturally underrepresented communities from Cape Cod and the Islands, South Shore, and South Coast regions who have demonstrated strong academic past performance, good citizenship, and an interest in engaging in Falmouth Academy’s robust school community.
The Community Scholars Fund provides qualified students with awards that cover a portion of, and in some cases, the full cost of attendance, depending on demonstrated financial need (families will need to complete a Tuition Assistance Application). Qualifying funds also may include transportation, lunch, textbooks, and a laptop computer. These awards are renewable for as long as the recipient remains a student in good standing at Falmouth Academy.
How To Apply
Please fill out the Community Scholars Inquiry Form below to start the application process. Once you’ve inquired, you will be set up with an account to start the Community Scholars application process.
Falmouth Academy is fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) and is a member in good standing with the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS). Falmouth Academy adheres to the NAIS Principles of Good Practice with regards to its admission and financial aid processes.