NYC private school to raise tuition to $60K to cover COVID test costs

1/15/2022 2:13:00 AM

NYC private school to raise tuition to $60K to cover COVID test costs

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NYC private school to raise tuition to $60K to cover COVID test costs

Faced with ballooning student and staffer COVID testing costs, at least one elite city private schools is passing the bill on to parents.

is passing the bill on to parents.Collegiate School in Manhattan — which counts David Duchovny and John F. Kennedy Jr. as former students — sent a note to parents this week informing them of a 4 percent hike in tuition and their responsibility for testing costs.

City private schools have opted forstringent coronavirus safeguards, with most mandating vaccines and conducting regular screenings each week.“You will see in the enrollment contract a new clause that requires families to cover the costs of COVID testing and other related mitigation steps,” Collegiate trustees wrote in a note to parents.

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Collegiate School in Manhattan — which counts David Duchovny and John F. Kennedy Jr.” Cara Borgard, Substitute Principal “I’ll be sure to bring that up at my no-benefits service job. as former students — sent a note to parents this week informing them of a 4 percent hike in tuition and their responsibility for testing costs. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin mandated the COVID-19 vaccine in September but allowed the services to come up with their own implementation deadlines and plans to process exemption requests. City private schools have opted for stringent coronavirus safeguards , with most mandating vaccines and conducting regular screenings each week. “You will see in the enrollment contract a new clause that requires families to cover the costs of COVID testing and other related mitigation steps,” Collegiate trustees wrote in a note to parents. “While the order does not apply to religious services, it does apply to major recreation facilities and this event is clearly in breach of both the spirit and intent of the order, which is in place to help keep the community safe,” New South Wales health minister Brad Hazzard said in a statement Thursday evening, the Guardian reported.

The board said that testing bills are piling up and they can no longer foot the bill from the school’s budget without compromising other areas of need. The religions of the two Marines who obtained exemptions from the Marine Corps are not known. Collegiate announced this week that annual tuition for the 2022-2023 school year will rise to $60,400. “As you no doubt understand, the costs associated with the pandemic are significant, and they cannot come from the operational budget indefinitely without eventually impacting educational programming,” they wrote. A Collegiate parent said that the school’s affluent families can absorb the costs, but that steadily hiking tuition costs are beginning to raise eyebrows. Twenty-nine of the 35 SEALs represented in the lawsuit went through the Navy's process for religious exemptions and were denied, according to the lawsuit. Collegiate School told parents that COVID testing costs required them to raise tuition. “Outdoor Christian services are held during the camp but these are only a small part of the program… and any singing is only a small part of each service (a video circulating on social media today reflects a few minutes of this part of the program).

SOPA Images/LightRocket via Gett Other city private schools are expected to charge parents for COVID testing. Robert Miller “The more restrictive the school environment, the more we are expected to pay,” a Collegiate parent told The Post. Trending News. “It’s frustrating because it feels like there’s no end to it.” Sources said other city private schools are going to charge parents for school testing or roll those expenses into already hefty tuitions. “Please know that the tuition is the only source of revenue that Collegiate can control,” the trustees told parents.

“And it is our primary tool in meeting these and other increased costs.” Share this article: .