How to Apply for Financial Aid
Important! To be considered for financial aid, please first complete your student’s enrollment application.
During the enrollment application process, you will be asked for the following documents:
- your most recent Federal Form 1040 along with all accompanying schedules and your W-2’s
- your child’s birth certificate
- report cards for students applying for 1st grade or above
- any additional documents that demonstrate the family’s financial need
An incomplete or inaccurate application may result in delays in your financial aid decision completion.
You may also send copies of your documents by mail to the address below.
The SAE School
Attention: Financial Aid Application
6688 Mableton Parkway
Mableton GA 30126
It is the opinion of the school that, regardless of the marital status of an applicant’s parents, both of the child’s natural parents share the responsibility for educating their child. Thus, wherever possible, both must comply with the filing requirements as stated above. In the case that the custodial parent has remarried, the financial situation of the stepparent will also be taken into account.
Requirements for Financial Aid Consideration
- For new families: Your child(ren) have been accepted for enrollment to the school.
- For returning families: You have submitted re-enrollment forms for your child(ren) for next year. You do not have any outstanding tuition, fees, or bookstore balances from a previous year. You are up-to-date on the current year’s tuition.
- For all families: Your financial aid application is complete. Copies of appropriate documents were uploaded or mailed to SAE.
- You recognize that financial aid is awarded on current assessed needs. You will need to reapply every year. If your financial situation changes, your aid award may change as well.
The SAE School is committed to the principle of equal opportunity in education and employment. The school does not discriminate against individuals or students on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, ancestry, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, employment policies, and other school-administered programs and activities.