Hovnanian School’s financial aid grants for Pre-Kindergarten through the 8th grade are awarded by the Financial Aid Committee each year based on each family’s need for financial assistance. The school has limited funds for financial aid and therefore cannot meet the full 100% needs of every family. The school uses two documents as part of the financial needs assessment process and must be submitted to TADS:
TADS Financial Aid application
Copies of most recent W-2 forms, pay stub, and federal tax form, corporate tax return, if applicable, any 1099 forms.
There is a processing fee of $39 payable to TADS. The application process is a fair one and kept strictly confidential. To access the TADS online application click on the button below. Once all reports and forms have been submitted and the child is registered, the Financial Aid Committee will review all applications and decide on the aid awards for each child. Late applications will be reviewed as they are received. A financial aid award from Hovnanian School does not guarantee financial assistance in the future.
For more information. Please contact Hilda Baronian in the school office at (201) 967–5940 x102.
Click the buttons above to link to the Financial Aid Application and Worksheet Online Pages.
Families who intend to apply for financial aid should be aware of the following important dates:
May 17, 2019
Register your child(ren) by submitting the Enrollment and Tuition Agreement and Exhibit C forms.
May 17, 2019
Deadline to process the TADS form and submit the 2018 signed Tax Return online.
June 30, 2019
Financial Aid Committee will notify applicants of its decision.
July 31, 2019
Deadline for applicants to accept enrollment and submit completed and signed Enrollment and Tuition Agreement Exhibit BF (to be enclosed in the financial aid award letter).
Financial Aid applications will be reviewed only after the student is registered.
Supporters of Hovnanian School have made it possible for deserving families to apply for financial awards. In addition to the following form, an essay written by the student alone should be submitted to ATTN: Scholarship Application, Hovnanian School, 817 River Road, New Milford, NJ 07646 or email@example.com. General guidelines for the essay include:
12-point font (your choice of font type should reflect your self-expression)
One-inch top, bottom, and side margins
Maximum of 300 words
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