**Reduced Fee for Siblings**

If 2 students from the same family attend in the same year (and neither has already attended for 2 years), the fee as otherwise computed is reduced by 1/9th.

**Example 1.**
Your son and daughter are both accepted to MathPath and let's say by our other fee policies you owe 2 x $4700 = $9400. You may take off (1/9)*9400 = 1044.44. Your final bill is $8355.56.

Now suppose you also pay 3 months early. Then you may take a further reduction of .015 x 8355.56 = 125.33, for a final fee of $8230.23. Or thought of another way, first you take 1.5% off 9400, obtaining 9259, and then you take 1/9th off that. The final fee is $8230.22. (It is a little theorem that these two reductions commute – or they would if we did not round off to the nearest penny until the end of the calculations.)

**Example 2.**
Your twin daughters are admitted and qualify for financial aid.
We tell you that the reduced tuition for each of them is $3150. Your bill at that point is $6300. Taking off 1/9th, your final
bill is $5600.

**«
Back**