All Saints Episcopal Day School offers a comprehensive financial aid program to all our families who have a demonstrated need. The financial aid program is designed to make the school accessible to all families who value the long-term benefits of an independent school education for their child.
Families interested in applying for financial aid should:
Check the box on the application indicating an interest in financial aid or request information on applying for financial aid from the school.
Submit a detailed letter to the school, which must include the reasons for your request (including any unusual or extenuating financial circumstances not covered in the PFS and supporting documents) and the amount you are able to pay for your child’s education.
Go to https://www.solutionsbysss.com/parents/ and click on the prompt to begin your Parents’ Financial Statement (PFS), which is due no later than January 25. When asked for our school code, please enter 1214. You will be given a password that will allow you to return to your PFS at a later date before submitting it.
Supporting documents, including your most recent Federal and State tax forms, W-2’s and 1099’s, must be provided to SSS by NAIS, Application Processing Center, PO Box 449, Randolph, MA 02368-0449. The SSS website will provide instructions on submitting required backup documents by mail. Materials must be received by the deadline to ensure a timely determination of award.
Mr. Coniglio joined the All Saints community in 2021. Prior to becoming the Business Manager, he served for over sixteen years as a strategic innovative financial executive leader in the education industry for public and private educational institutions. Mr. Coniglio has over twenty years of professional finance and accounting experience. His career background includes working in the Tax department Deloitte & Touche L.L.P. and as a State of New Jersey School Business Administrator. His expertise includes strategic business planning and financial leadership, budgeting, and business administration. Mr. Coniglio earned a B.S. in Accounting from the University of Maryland, College Park, a M.A. in Educational Administration from Kean University, and a M.B.A. from the University of Wisconsin. He is also a graduate of the Stanford University Innovation and Entrepreneurship certificate program and has completed certificate programs in Change Leadership and Business Leadership skills from Cornell University. In his spare time, Mr. Coniglio enjoys spending time with family, volunteering, coaching and watching sports.