Pre-Kindergarten $2625 + $200 registration = $2825
Grades Kindergarten through 4: $5250+350 reg. fee=$5600
Grades 5 through 8: $5250+350 reg. fee + $150 iPad fee =$5750
You can pay over 11 months, with one payment or two payments. Those arrangements can be made during registration with the principal. All payments will be sent or delivered to the school. The hold the seat fee of $100 is credited to the first payment.
Registration, 1st payment, due on July 1.
Pre-Kindergarten-4th: $350 less $100 hold the seat fee ($250)
5th-8th: $500 less $100 hold the seat fee ($350)
Need help with affording tuition? Financial Aid Priority Deadline May 1.
Go to www.factstuitionaid.com
Field Trips: Off-campus learning experiences often have associated costs, depending on the activity. Families may be asked to cover all or a portion of these costs in order for their student(s) to participate.
The operation of Seventh-day Adventist schools is one of the most important ministries of the global Seventh-day Adventist Church. The Lincoln City SDA Church provides significant funding for Lincoln City Christian School, as does the Oregon Conference. This financial support constitutes nearly 40% of our school’s operating costs and allows us to keep our tuition at a manageable level. All of our students, whether members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church or not, benefit from the generosity of our local and regional church. However, in order to cover the remaining amount necessary to operate a school, parental financial involvement is still necessary. We believe that tuition you pay is one of the best investments you can make for your children, because it prepares them for a successful future while helping them develop a moral and spiritual foundation that will stay with them throughout their lives. The payment and collection of your tuition and fees, approved annually by our school board, are governed by the following board policies:
All payments are due on the selected due date. If payments are not received by the 20th of the month, the following process will take place:
If a payment is overdue by 30 days, the parent(s) will be contacted by school personnel, and the school finance committee will be made aware of the situation.
If a payment is overdue by 45 days, the parent(s) will be subject to a late fee of $25 and the parent(s) will receive a registered letter from the school notifying them that they must contact the bookkeeper with a plan to bring their account to current by day 60.
If a payment is overdue by 60 days and no arrangements have been made, then the school board will be notified and the parent(s) may be asked to withdraw their student from Lincoln City Christian School.
A student with an outstanding balance from a previous year may not enroll for a new school year until the account has been brought to current or appropriate arrangements have been made to do so.