Mid-Pacific awards a limited amount of financial aid to assist families with tuition. Mid-Pacific uses the independent services of "School and Student Services By NAIS" (SSS) to help assess and process applications for financial aid. SSS provides Mid-Pacific with a preliminary estimate that each family can contribute toward tuition; and Mid-Pacific awards a percentage of the SSS-calculated family need. Numerous factors are considered in determining need, including but not limited to family income, size, assets, family debt, number of children attending tuition-charging schools, lifestyle choices, etc.
Also, please see our Financial Aid Frequently Asked Questions page here.
In order to help determine eligibility, Mid-Pacific uses School and Student Services (SSS) by NAIS. New applicant families must submit the completed Parents' Financial Statement (PFS) and the $48 non-refundable fee to Randolph, MA for processing by February 15, 2017.
Access the SSS website here http://sssbynais.org/parents, and read the information presented. When you are ready to complete the form, click on the green Complete Your PFS link.
Only one PFS is required for multiple children and for those applying to other independent schools; however, document requirements differ at all schools. Remember your password; you will need it to "save" your work-in-progress and to return to the PFS at a later time.
About 24 hours after you have paid for and submitted your PFS online, you will have access to the Manage Documents section of the PFS Online. You can now upload documents (see next section) and view your Family Report that summarizes the information that will be provided to Mid-Pacific.
If you wish to complete the PFS using the paper form, please call Mid-Pacific Institute's Admissions Office at (808) 973-5003 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Helpful School Information
School Name: Mid-Pacific Institute
SSS School Code: 1439
Admissions Office: (808) 973-5003
Complete all additional required documents and submit either online or by mail. See checklist below.
|Required Documents to Upload or Mail to SSS|
|PFS (Parents' Financial Statement) Submit online or mail paper form to SSS|
|Complete 2016 Federal income tax return, signed and dated (including all schedules)|
|Other 2016 tax returns, such as S-Corps, Partnerships, and Corporations for which you receive K-1s|
|All 2016 W-2s and 1099s|
|Copies of last paycheck statements|
|Real Property Tax Assessments (for all residential and investment real estate owned)|
|IRS Form 4506-T (signed and undated)|
|Financial aid award letters for school year for all children attending other private schools and colleges/universities|
|Non-custodial parent's PFS and all applicable items as instructed above (if applicable)|
Contact SSS Customer Service at (800) 344-8328 or email email@example.com with any questions.
|Deadline||Items Due to SSS|
|February 15||PFS form|
|February 22||Supporting Documents|
|February 28||PFS form|
|March 7||Supporting Documents|
Financial aid award letters mailed in April to newly accepted students entering grades 6 to 12, if complete financial aid application received by the due dates.
Financial aid award letters mailed in May for newly accepted students entering kindergarten to grade 5, if complete financial aid application received by the due dates.
Please Note: No financial aid is available for preschool students.
Month of April and May, 2017
Financial aid award letters for current financial aid recipients, kindergarten to grade 12, mailed throughout April and May, if complete financial aid application received by the due dates.
Divorced Or Separated Parents
Mid-Pacific considers that both parents have an obligation to contribute to the extent they can to their children's educational expenses. Assets and income of both natural parents are taken into account. Mid-Pacific cannot be bound by the assertion that one parent has disclaimed legally or otherwise any responsibility for educational expenses. If either parent has remarried, income of the step-parent will be considered, keeping in mind the obligation of that step-parent to his or her natural children. If either parent lives in a household with another adult, Mid-Pacific may consider the assets and income of that person, depending on circumstances. In view of this, both natural parents and their current spouses need to fill out a separate PFS form.
Mid-Pacific Institute, in the administration of its programs, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion or gender, in administering its educational or admissions policies, financial aid, athletic or other programs.
The process of admissions and financial aid are unrelated, and the need for financial aid will not affect admission to Mid-Pacific Institute.
Financial assistance will be considered based on demonstrated financial need, availability of funds, academic performance, personal behavior, and information provided on the PFS. With current families, Mid-Pacific also considers tuition payment history. Continuation of financial aid is contingent upon a satisfactory record of grades, citizenship, and community-service and school-service work performance.