Investing in your child's future.
Quest Academy admits qualified students of any race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities available to all students at the Academy. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color religion, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, financial aid policies or other school administered programs.
Preschool (3 year Olds) – half day $9,550
Preschool (3 year Olds) – full day $12,750
Junior Kindergarten – Grade 8 – $20,250
New Family Legacy Fee*
Junior Kindergarten – Grade 8 $1,500
* In addition to tuition, new families are charged a one-time New Family Legacy Fee the first year they enroll. In order to fulfill the Quest Academy mission, maintain the value and excellence of our educational experience, and build upon the strong foundation laid by generous families in years' past, the New Family Legacy Fee honors the commitments of alumni families and current families whose contributions of time, talent, and treasure helped found, purchase, renovate, and expand our campus.
Options exist to make tuition more affordable. See below details, or contact the Business Office at 847-202-8035 to discuss.
- We offer several tuition payment schedules: in full, in 3 installments or in 10 installments.
- Financial Aid is available for qualifying families. Awards are based on need and are determined by the School's Financial Aid Committee. See the link below for more information about applying for Financial Aid.
- Tuition loans are available from our NAIS partner, Springstone Financial LLC. Information and an application can be found at https://yourtuitionsolution.com/family
- The Invest In Kids Act created opportunities for donors to fund needs-based scholarships and receive Illinois tax credits. It also allows for parents to apply for those needs-based scholarships to use toward private-school tuition. Click here for more details.
- 529 Plans - 2018 Tax law changes expanded the use of 529 Plans; those funds can now be used for K-12 education (in addition to college) costs. Click here for more details. Limitations do apply, so consult your tax advisor for advice.
Quest seeks to attract a talented and diverse student body. To achieve that end, Quest provides financial assistance to qualified students whose families cannot afford full tuition. On average, nearly 25% of the student body receives financial assistance annually. To apply for financial aid for the 2018-2019 school year, please see the information in the “Financial Aid Application Process” below.Quest offers financial aid to families on the basis of demonstrated need, as determined by your family’s particular financial circumstances. Quest has a limited financial aid budget, and as such we review and award aid requests in the following order:
- First to students who currently receive aid
- Second to other current students
- Third to new students
Quest Academy uses School and Student Services (SSS) to process financial aid applications. SSS is a service of the National Association of Independent Schools. Based on the financial information you provide, SSS gives us an estimated amount your family can contribute to educational expenses. This helps us make fair and objective financial aid decisions.
For further information and to begin your financial aid application, please follow the steps outlined here:
Questions regarding tuition, payment schedules, and financial aid should be directed to Shawna Brauer, Director of Finance and Operations at Quest - 847-202-8035 x419 or firstname.lastname@example.org