Below are the financial obligations for attending Bayshore Christian School. Please read the financial obligations carefully.
Application/Testing Fee: For new students, a $100 application/testing fee is due with the submission of the application. This fee will be applied to the registration fee (upon acceptance to the school) and is non-refundable.
Registration Fee: A non-refundable registration fee will be due at the time of registration. This fee covers registration costs, curriculum, supplies and field trips. This fee may not cover all of the costs for all trips and does not cover the full cost of any overnight trips; such trips may require supplemental fees. Such supplemental costs will be conveyed to the parents prior to the trip.
Returning Student Re-Enrollment Registration Fee Schedule:
January & February: $300 per student with the additional $375 deferred to monthly tuition payments.
March & April: $700 per student due in full.
May: $825 per student due in full.
After June 1st: $875 per student due in full.
New Student Enrollment Registration Fee Schedule:
$700 per student due in full at time of enrollment.
Due the 1st or 15th day of each month (12 monthly payments, June-May)
Kindergarten $5,700 per year
First Grade through Sixth Grade $6,350 per year
Seventh Grade through Eighth Grade $6,500 per year
Ninth Grade through Twelfth Grade $6,700 per year
BCS uses FACTS (www.facts.com) as our means of collecting tuition. Each family is required to pay their tuition through FACTS. FACTS charges a $35 late fee.
Tuition Refund Policy
By signing and submitting the application or re-enrollment form, parents agree to all the financial terms and obligations of the school for the school year. Should a parent decide to withdraw their child from Bayshore Christian School at any time after enrollment or reenrollment, they will be responsible for payment of 50% of the remaining tuition at the time of withdrawal from school. Report cards and records will not be released until all fees have been paid, books and other school property have been returned or paid for, and arrangements to complete all financial obligations regarding tuition have been made. The school withdrawal form must be completed by a custodial parent in order for a withdrawal date to be set. Additionally, a custodial parent must complete the BCS exit questionnaire and return it to the front desk.
A discount is offered for siblings attending the school. (This discount is applied to the 2nd and subsequent children).
If a family’s account is 60 days in arrears, the student will not be allowed to return to school until the account is cleared, unless a mutual arrangement is made with the Head of School.