The following statements are designed to convey to parents a clear understanding of TCA policies regarding payment of tuition and fees. Please read them carefully. If you have any questions, please call the school office.
- Prompt payment of all accounts is necessary to enable the school to meet its financial obligations (Romans 12:8).
- No statements will be sent unless requested or as reminders of overdue accounts.
- The school reserves the right to exclude from classes any student whose financial obligation remains unpaid thirty (30) days after the due date.
- Student records, report cards, and diplomas may be withheld until overdue accounts are paid in full.
- Request for transcripts and record releases for transferring students will not be granted until financial obligations are settled and proper withdrawal procedures are followed.
- No student will be re-admitted to TCA until overdue tuition, fees, or other monies are settled and current re-enrollment fees are met.
- Tuition will be pro-rated for students enrolling after the beginning of the school year.
- Tuition will be refunded on a pro-rated basis for students withdrawing after the beginning of the school year. Fees are non-refundable.
- All accounts must be up-to-date as of September 1st(typically two monthly payments), and at the end of each quarter (approx. November 10, January 27, March 4).
- Notify the financial secretary immediately if you cannot make a payment. The Financial Secretary will discuss any situation with TCA Finance Committee, which will provide a written decision to the parent. The parent must provide a current telephone number where they can be reached within three (3) days of the call to the Financial Secretary.
- If any account is not up-to-date as of September 1st, or at the end of any quarter and a waiver has not been received from the Finance Committee, the student(s) will not be allowed to attend classes.
- The Christian School Council reserves the right to increase tuition during the school year if circumstances warrant it. Such an increase will not exceed the equivalent of one month’s tuition.
- The Christian School Council reserves the right to assess a 10% penalty upon all unpaid balances not paid up by July 31 of the current school year.