Students: 120 | Faculty: N/A | Grades: 9-12 | Gender: Boys
Grand River Academy
The Grand River Academy, located in Austinburg, Ohio, sits on 200 acres on the Grand River. It was founded in 1831 by Dr. Orestes K. Hawley. It’s a private boarding school for boys, grades 9 – 12. It’s home for boys from across the United States and around the globe.
It offers a five day boarding program as well as seven day. Tuition for the five day is $37,000 per year and $38,700 for the seven day. Additional costs are: a Student Expense Account which includes laundry, weekend events, student center purchases, travel, etc.
The fee for a five day boarder is $400 and a seven day is $500. There is also a Student Services fee.
It includes the yearbook and portraits. The cost is $600. The total cost for an international student is $43,600 per year. Financial Aid is available. The school has a full athletic program and is part of the Lake Effect Conference.
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