Tuition for individual students:
As you know, Kroka is a 501(c)3 non-profit community that exists out of the enormous hard work and generosity of a dedicated group of staff, board members, volunteers, donors, and participants. Each student who attends Kroka pays some tuition in order to help cover the cost of their program. We work incredibly hard to minimize our costs and keep tuitions affordable as possible.
Our sliding scale tuition program is designed to allow families of many different backgrounds and income-levels to participate fully and fairly in Kroka. Most programs have three different tuition levels based on a family’s annual income.
In addition to our sliding scale tuition structure, Kroka offers several additional scholarship programs:
The Noah Simring scholarship program offers one annual $500 scholarship for any young man or woman to attend any Kroka Program, including apprenticeship and/or semester programs.
The Julie Seiler scholarship program offers one annual $500 scholarship for any young woman wishing to attend any Kroka Program.
The W.S. Badger Company offers scholarship support for students from Cheshire County NH who wish to attend a Kroka semester program.
Tuition for School Groups:
Tuition for school group programs is calculated on a per-student per-day basis. The cost per student/day will depend upon the season, location, and program activities. We also try to offer scholarship support to schools who may need help in making a trip possible.