If you are looking for an environment that caters to your child academically, you have found the right place. In addition to the academics, our ability to encourage and develop each child’s unique abilities ensures our students perform well in this global and culturally-diverse world.
The Einstein Academy believes that all children deserve the opportunity for excellent education, regardless of economic status. In order to provide top-notch education to families who might not be able to otherwise afford it, TEA offers Financial Aid.
Financial Aid is awarded to students at all grade levels and is decided by the Board on the basis of need and availability of funds. More than half of the students who attend The Einstein Academy currently receive some level of financial aid.
Our process is simple! Just complete the form and submit it to the Admissions Office.
Tuition for the 2019-2020 school year is $14,000 for PreK – 8th and $15,500 for High School. For more information on Financial Aid or tuition rates, please contact our Admissions Director at (847) 697-3836.
Don’t pass up the opportunity to enroll your child in our highly-recommended program. Apply for admissions today!
How To Register Your Child for The Einstein Academy
If you would like to have your child considered for admission to The Einstein Academy for the current or upcoming school year, you can apply online.
See the guidelines to the right to make sure you have everything necessary to complete the application process.
If you have any questions, please contact the Admissions Office:
Call For Inquiry
Due to our rolling admissions process, we accept applications throughout the year. A non-refundable fee of $50 (or $100 for International) must accompany the application, payable to The Einstein Academy.
Each applicant is required to schedule a class visit as part of the admissions process.
To be considered for acceptance by The Einstein Academy the following must be provided by the applicant:
- Copy of birth certificate
- Copy of report cards or assessment reports
- Teacher’s recommendation form
- Copy of results from any standardized test taken in the past three years