|Enrollment||Tuition||10-month Plan||12-month Plan|
Special IEP tuition is additional and is determined by specific, individual needs as assessed by the IEP instructor.
Re-enrolling Fees New Enrolling Fees
$100 K4-12 (February) $300 K4-K5
$200 K4-12 (March) $350 Grades 1-12
$300 K4-K5, $350 Grades 1-12 (April +)
*Maximum of $700 per immediate family
|Included in Tuition||Not Included in Tuition||Sports Fees|
Entrance Testing ($50)
PE Uniforms ($30)
Late Pick-up Charges
Nap Mats ($30)
Safety Patrol Trip
Ignitia ($275 per subject/per semester)
Athletic Shoes & Uniforms
Withdrawal Fee ($500)
FACTS Tuition ($50)
Home Economics ($50)
Graduation/Reception Fees (K5 and Senior $100)
Scholarship Administration Fee ($100)
Private Tutoring ($30 per hour)
Private Music Lessons ($20 per half hour)
Instrumental Rental Fee (monthly)
Junior/Senior Banquet--Juniors only ($100)
PSAT Testing--Grades 9-12 ($25)
Tax Form Request--$25 (w/ one-week notice)
|Varsity Football ($185)|
MS Football ($130) (5th-8th)
Cheerleading Football ($65)
Cheerleading Basketball ($65)
*Final transcripts (3 maximum) are sent by request at no cost for current seniors. Preliminary transcripts, extensive online forms, and alumni records requests (after graduation year) may incur a handling fee of $25-45, depending on the process required.
Parents must complete the online re-enrollment in addition to paying the re-enrollment fee. This will secure the child's enrollment for the upcoming year. Parents of new students must submit the completed application online in order to proceed with the enrollment process.Re-Enrollment Contingency
The account for the 2022-2023 school year must be current in order to re-enroll for the 2023-2024 school year. Any payment sent to the financial office for re-enrollment will first be applied to delinquent accounts.
At 15 Days Delinquent - Late charges apply.
At 30 Days Delinquent - Students will not be allowed to attend classes or participate in any extra-curricular activities until the account is brought current. Students will receive zeros while out of class due to a delinquent account. Classwork missed must be made up with opportunity for credit. The administration reserves the right to withhold financial privileges, such as private lessons, tutoring, lunch orders, school store purchases, etc., until a payment is made toward the outstanding balance. Students may not be able to take final exams if the family account is not current at that time.
For students enrolled in the full Extended Care Plan, there will be a yearly fee of $1,200 per child for Grades K5-12. Families with multiple children receive a $100 discount per child over the age of five.
For students enrolled in the Three-day/weekly Extended Care Plan, there will be a yearly fee of $900 per child for Grades K5-12.
This amount is billed to your account according to the payment plan you have specified for tuition. This fee includes a snack. Late fees of $1 per minute per student will apply after 6:00 p.m. Parents must sign their children up for this program in the school office, and the student will remain enrolled in the program until written notice is given to the office stating the last day the child will be enrolled. Availability will be on a first-come, first-serve basis.
For students who are not enrolled in Extended Care and stay past 3:30 p.m., a daily drop-in charge will apply; however, this amount will only be charged on the days that the student is present in Extended Care. Kindergarten and elementary students not picked up by 3:30 p.m. will be charged $3 for every 15-minute increment to follow, not exceeding $12. High school students not picked up by 3:45 p.m. will be charged $3 for every 15-minute increment to follow, not exceeding $12.
*Extended care fees apply to children who remain on the premises past pick-up time but are tardy in reporting to the extended care rooms.
**Camp Meeting Week is not covered for enrolled extended-care students. Special rates apply.