If a student has withdrawn, the month’s tuition in which the student is withdrawn is required in full and all prepaid discounts will be prorated. Scholarship funding will be calculated based on the student’s last day of physical attendance.
Your student’s account will be billed accordingly as charges are incurred throughout the year. These fees may include extended care, tardy charges, late fees, etc. and are due and payable upon receipt of statement. Report cards are distributed four times throughout the year. In order for a student to receive his/her report card, the balance for combined accounts (cafeteria, athletics, and school account) cannot exceed ten dollars. All tuition and ancillary charges must be paid and kept current.
Families failing to satisfy their financial obligations, or those that have demonstrated an unwillingness to make suitable arrangements, will be subject to the Board of Directors policy on delinquent accounts. Once the account is delinquent for 30 days, parents will be notified that the student cannot return to the classroom until a payment and suitable arrangement has been made. If a student is locked out of the classroom and a suitable arrangement has not been made within 30 days, the student will be withdrawn from Trinity Christian Academy at the discretion of Administration. Please note any absences due to a delinquent account are considered unexcused.
Scholarship Funds Approval
Parents are responsible for ensuring student accounts are paid in a timely manner. This includes student scholarship payment approvals. Once the parent is notified by either the scholarship funding agency or the Business Office, parents are to make every effort to electronically verify their student’s payment in a timely manner. Failure to approve your student’s scholarship funds may result in student(s) being placed on lock-out status at the discretion of administration. Student(s) placed on lock-out status will not be able to return to campus and resume classes until the endorsements have been made and proof has been submitted to the Business Office.
A $25 fee will be assessed for returned checks or rejected auto payments. A $20 tuition late fee will be assessed after due dates.