It is our hope that every family who sincerely desires to have their children at Statesville Christian School will be able to do so regardless of their financial situation. At the same time, we must balance our stewardship responsibility to compensate our teachers and staff according to Biblical principles. Tuition assistance awards are granted for a maximum period of one school year. We ask families to reapply each spring. To maintain the fiscal integrity of the school and to provide as many families as possible access to financial aid, grants will generally not exceed 35% of tuition. Priority for consideration in granting
tuition assistance is given to SCS faculty/staff, ordained ministers, currently enrolled families, students enrolled in upper grades, and students enrolled in classes with vacancies. New families, who apply for tuition assistance and do not receive as much aid as they believe they can adequately manage, may have their enrollment fee reimbursed upon request. Tuition assistance may be forfeited if the student is placed on probation due to academic, behavior, or attendance deficiencies, or if a the balance of the account is more than sixty days past due.
Tuition Assistance Procedures
Steps for applying for tuition assistance:
New Families: Submit admission application and attend scheduled admission interview.
Returning Families: Submit re-enrollment fee.
Complete income taxes by February 15th; our process requires verifiable income information from the most recent calendar year.
Download the Parent Guide from the link above, which gives detailed instructions for completion of the application.
Complete FAST application form by March 15th (application accessible via FAST link above).
If there are extenuating circumstances not reflected on the FAST application, a supplemental letter may be submitted to the SCS admissions office prior to March 15th.
While the tuition assistance program is on-going, assistance decisions for the next school year begin in March and are discontinued when the designated tuition assistance budget is exhausted.