Tuition and
Financial Aid


A new student is a student who has not attended Robert F. Munroe Day School previously. Robert F. Munroe will provide new students, grades 6-12 with an iPad that is school-owned and will be returned to school at the end of the academic year. Parents are fully responsible for the cost to repair or replace any damaged or lost iPad.

All billing and tuition payments will be done through Smart Tuition. Parents MUST create a Smart Tuition account. To create an account, you must sign up with www.enrollwithsmart.com. Our school ID# is 14038.


Most students can apply for a state scholarships that cover 90% of tuition.


Visit our Infant Page for tuition and additional information.


$553 a month for 12 months of classes
(Based on a 12-month payment plan March-February)

4k Student

$6,461 (after VPK Scholarship)


$538.37 a month for 10 months of classes
(Based on a 12-month payment plan March-February)


4K parents sign up for VPK assistance with Florida Early Learning
(VPK scholarship for Florida students must be four years old on or before September 1st)

gRADEs K – 5

$9177 per child Annually


$9,177 – $764.75 a month
(Based on a 12-month payment plan March-February)

gRADES 6 – 12

$9639 per child Annually


$9,639 – $803.23 a month
(Based on a 12-month payment plan March-February)

Optional Fees
Available by Request


Round trip bus: 
One child – $900.00

Two children – $1,200.00
Three children – $1,400.00

One-way bus: 
One child – $750.00

Two children – $1,100.00
Three children – $1,125.00


$200 (per child, LS Only)

Financial Aid

Financial Assistance is available and we encourage you to apply. Robert F. Munroe Day School uses Step Up for Students and AAA Scholarships. To apply visit,

  1. AAA Scholarship:  aaascholarships.org
  2. Step Up for Students: https://www.stepupforstudents.org

The state of Florida has made a dramatic change to the Florida Choice scholarship program. Based on these changes, we are encouraging all families to apply at https://www.stepupforstudents.org.

  1. The income level has been dramatically increased to $100,000 or more depending on family size.
  2. The award amount will be increased slightly.
  3. There is no longer a requirement for some scholarships that a student comes from public school.
  4. Once one child gets it, all students in your family get it.
  5. Once you get it, you have the scholarship until your child graduates unless you leave Munroe, then you must reapply.
  6. The number of qualifying disabilities has been expanded for qualifying for the special education scholarships.
  7. A number of other ways of qualifying besides income have been added, such as foster children and military service.

The Step Up for Students website is not yet updated, so you will not be able to see this information yet.

  1. Go onto the website and apply now. They are creating a waiting list. If they ask you if your income is over a certain amount, state that it is lower regardless of your income level. This is what Step Up for Students instructed us to tell you.
  2. By applying you will get on the waiting list. Students will be granted scholarships on a first come first serve basis.