Tuition Rates

An investment that will pay off for a lifetime.

“I have never seen my daughter more excited about learning than she has been while taking classes at Williamsburg. The mentors, projects, books, and assignments are inspiring.”

– Jennifer T., Suwanee, GA

Individual Course Fees*

Live Courses$375
Self-Paced Courses$225
Second Language Courses (high school)$225
Independent Courses$150
Elevation Outdoor Course$500

Average Full-Time Tuition**

Williamsburg – per semester$2,100
Williamsburg – per academic year$4,200
Williamsburg – lowest monthly payment$350
Average non-sectarian U.S. private middle school – per year$18,170
Average non-sectarian U.S. private high school – per year$25,180

Or, contact us if you have any questions.

Flexible Payment Options

Installment Payments

Spread out the total cost of your student’s tuition with a series of equal monthly payments. You can extend your payment plan through the last month of the last semester for which you are registering.

Multiple Payment Methods

Use a credit card to pay in full or set up your monthly payment plan. Or, pay in full by mailing a check within ten business days of registering.

Satisfaction Guarantee

All online courses come with a 28-calendar-day satisfaction guarantee. We’ll refund 100% of tuition fees for dissatisfied students within the guarantee period so you can make sure we’re the right fit.

View our full payment policies here.

Can’t sign up for a full course load? Choose your courses à la carte.

Because our courses are priced individually, your student can take as many as they like. Here are a few options we recommend:

Start with a Leadership course (grades 6-12).

Our unique middle school and high school Leadership courses are the heart of our program. These courses empower students to effectively manage their time and energy, develop healthy relationships, and home in on their life’s purpose. Many students and parents report that these courses are life-changing.

Take a Social Studies + Language Arts combo (grades 9-12).

Our high school Social Studies and Language Arts courses work in tandem: For example, students read Emerson in American Lit at the same time they study Transcendentalism in U.S. History. These pairs of courses can serve as the backbone for the rest of your student’s homeschool curriculum.

Take a Leadership + STEM or Humanities combo (grades 6-8).

Students who sign up for a middle school STEM or Humanities course are required to also sign up for a middle school Leadership course (unless granted an exception). This is because we offer a high level of support in Leadership classes that will help younger students excel in their other courses.

Take a fill-in-the-gaps course (grades 6-12).

Many of our students have amazing academic strengths—but everyone has their weaknesses. Does your student need to catch up in a subject like writing or math? If so, they can pick and choose courses to boost their skills and get extra support in any area where they might be struggling.

Or, take something just for fun!

We offer a wide range of Electives for both middle school and high school, including topics like photography, journalism, second language, and public speaking. We also offer Independent Studies courses that let students get credit for activities they are already doing.

You can view middle school and high school course descriptions on the Williamsburg Learning website.

Or, contact us for questions about payment options.

*Fees for all courses increase by 7% after the on-time registration deadline. This deadline, which is usually 2-4 weeks before the start date of each semester, is posted on our school calendar.

**Estimated Williamsburg tuition based on five live courses and one self-paced course per semester. Pricing is the same for both middle and high school students. Average U.S. private school tuition costs based on data from the Council on American Private Education (CAPE). Williamsburg is non-sectarian.