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Enrolling Your Student

In order to enroll your student, please sign and return an original contract to Suffield Academy with your enrollment deposit by the due date of the contract. Wire instructions can be found below. Please review the Tuition Refund Protection Plan information below. Enrollment in this plan is mandatory unless you select the advance payment plan.

Paying Tuition

Effective May of 2022, Suffield Academy will be migrating billing to Blackbaud Tuition Services. During this month new and returning families will receive an email invitation to establish your child’s on-campus billing account. This account will be used for charging and paying tuition as well as any ancillary charges your student may incur. We will communicate with families more in the coming months regarding this transition.

Paying Tuition [pdf]

Wire Transfers

*Please make sure your bank includes your child’s name so that we can clearly identify the source and application of funds.

Domestic Wire Transfers

Bank Name:
330 Whitney Avenue
Holyoke, MA 01040

ABA Routing Number: 211871772

Account Number: 10898

Account Name:
Suffield Academy Operating Account

Further Credit Purpose of Wire:
(Name of Student)

International Wire Transfers

Bank name:
JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A.
270 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10017

ABA Routing Number: 021000021

Account Number: 3375775185

Swift Code: CHASUS33

Account Name: Suffield Academy

Further Credit Purpose of Wire: (Name of Student)


Why Is Tuition Refund Protection Important?

Your financial obligation to the school is for the full annual tuition as stated in the school’s enrollment contract. The school cannot refund tuition or cancel unpaid obligations if your child is forced to withdraw during the academic year. If your son or daughter withdraws, the Tuition Refund Plan will pay refunds to the school. These refunds provide substantial assistance in meeting your financial obligation.

The Plan provides substantial financial protection at a modest cost. Every year, thousands of students must withdraw from private schools. The following are examples of reasons why:

Family Move • Change of Objective • Injury or Sickness
Mental Health Conditions • Death of Parent or Student
Job Loss • Disciplinary Dismissal
Scholastic Difficulties • Financial Problems

If you have any questions, please contact the Business Office
Patrick Booth

Patrick Booth

Chief Financial Officer, Varsity Coach, Softball
Paula DellaBernarda

Paula DellaBernarda

Business Office
Michele Kertanis

Michele Kertanis

Human Resources Specialist
Cami Gaglioti

Cami Gaglioti

Accounts Payable Clerk
Beth Bailey

Beth Bailey

Assistant Business Manager