PK-12 School Parents

What is the Tuition Refund Plan?

The Plan is a form of group insurance originated by Dewar to give parents the opportunity to protect their investment in education by refunding a portion of the unused annual tuition and insured fees lost because of a covered medical absence or withdrawal, non-medical withdrawal, or dismissal.

Why do I need the Tuition Refund Plan coverage?

All families enter a contract with a school whereby they are financially obligated to pay the full annual tuition for their child to attend the school, regardless of withdrawal for any reason.  The Tuition Refund Plan provides exceptional coverage and peace of mind for families who cannot or do not wish to be exposed to the possible loss of thousands of dollars in tuition charges.

How much does the coverage cost?

The cost varies from school to school. Rates are based individually and are dependent on specific factors at the school.

My school does not currently offer the coverage. What can I do to make it available?

Feel free to contact us and we will be happy to discuss the Plan with your school in an effort to make it available to you.  You may also contact the school directly and let them know of your interest in our Plan.

What benefits are available according to the Plan?

Our comprehensive benefits are custom to each school’s needs. Please see the explanatory brochure provided by your school for more details.

What school costs are covered by the Tuition Refund Plan?

Tuition, room and meal costs (where applicable) are covered subject to limitations of the policy. A participating school may also cover the tuition deposit and any scholarship. Please check with the participating school to find what specific fees are covered.

Where can I obtain a claim form?

Claim forms are available at the participating school business office as well as on our website by clicking here. Forms are also available by contacting A.W.G. Dewar, Inc. at 617-774-1555 or emailing us at

Questions? Contact us at 1.617.774.1555
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Is the Tuition Refund Plan currently available at your school?