Loudoun Tuition Rates Decline for New School Year

It will be slightly cheaper for out-of-county students to attend public schools in Loudoun this year.

The School Board last week adopted updated tuition rates. The state code requires the rates to be based on the per-pupil cost in the FY 2021 budget, which this year was cut significantly, if only temporarily, until county leaders have more confidence in tax revenue collections.

This year in-state non-Loudoun students will be charged $10,794, $134 less than last year. Out-of-state students will be charged $15,898, $100 less.

Last year, tuition rates increased 8.8 percent and 9.9 percent, respectively.

One thought on “Loudoun Tuition Rates Decline for New School Year

  • 2020-08-24 at 3:50 pm

    Shouldn’t the BOS at least ask the school board to estimate the savings from the $1.4 billion in-person budget? Isn’t it highly likely that bus drivers, assistant teachers, custodians and cafeteria workers might be less needed for a half year?
    Also – what protections AND opportunities are being provided to teachers who are putting in many cases their life’s work online which could be taken by others without compensation to the teacher?
    Are either boards connected to the reality we are putting our children and parents through?

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