Tuition

Day Tuition is designed for local day students. It includes an individualized educational plan, lunch in the dining hall, required textbooks, speech and language therapy, an assigned Apple laptop with bundled latest assistive software, medical and clinical support, tutoring, some social skills training and activities transportation.

Total cost for 2016-2017 school year = $45,300.

SAO

Boarding Tuition is designed to be primarily all-inclusive for boarding students. It includes an individualized educational plan, residential living, a healthy breakfast served in the dorm kitchens daily. Lunch and dinner served in the dining hall daily (all meals prepared on campus with as many fresh, locally sourced meats, fruits and vegetables as possible), and everything below.

Dorm room   Included
All meals   Included
All required textbooks & materials   Included
Speech and language therapy   Included
Assigned Apple laptop   Included
Latest assistive software   Included
Standard medical and clinical support   Included
Basic recreational clubs   Included
Tutoring   Included
Social skills training   Included
Practical life skills training   Included
Activities transportation   Included


Total cost for 2016-2017 school year = $75,300

Some of our students receive full tuition reimbursement via their school districts (under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act – IDEA). For more information contact your school district or your School Board of Education and ask for a Parents Rights Handbook. Brehm is on the ISBE, Illinois State Board of Education, approved list of schools.

Low-rate educational loan programs with monthly payment options are also available through:

SLM Financial

A Sallie Mae Company

www.slmfinancial.com

1-888-2-SALLIE

Financial LLC

 

www.YourTuitionSolution.com

1-800-920-9777

Tax Deductible Expenses

Brehm School provides special education services. A Brehm education may be considered a deductible medical care expense under the Internal Revenue Code (Section 213).

Before taking a tax deduction for expenses relating to the special education of a student, parents should consult with their attorney or tax professional.