Thank you for your interest in Tri-Cities Christian School!
You face many choices today for the education of your child in your responsibility to "train up a child in the way he should go". The foremost goal of Tri-Cities Christian is to become the primary choice of parents and students seeking a Christ-centered elementary and secondary education in the Tri-Cities region.
At TCCS, the truth of the Bible is incorporated into every aspect of school life. TCCS provides a warm and friendly environment that emphasizes character, values, and academics. It is the goal of the school to teach students to think, speak, write, and act in a Christian manner. This best prepares students for life's challenges so they can model Christ in their school, church, workplace, and community.
The following are important facts you'll want to know about Tri-Cities Christian Schools. This information will help you determine if TCCS is the right choice for your child.
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Tuition and fees are the major source of income for Tri-Cities Christian Schools, a non-profit corporation. In order for TCCS to maintain financial stability, it is essential that families meet payment deadlines.
Payment of tuition and fees allows the school to strengthen programs, to increase faculty compensation and to operate with fiscal responsibility. Students are admitted with the understanding that the enrollment/re-enrollment contract is for the entire school year or from the time of enrollment until the end of the school year.
TCCS may, in its sole discretion, adjust the amount owed in the event of an emergency, such as catastrophic illness, employment transfer from the greater Tri-Cities area, suspension or dismissal of a student by the school, or other reasons deemed acceptable by the school.
The following terms will apply to early withdrawal: withdrawal before June 1, one month’s tuition plus book fees; withdrawal from June 1 to August 1, three months tuition plus book fees; withdrawal after August 1, 30% of the remaining tuition owed plus book fees. Except for the terms and conditions stated above, reductions in tuition cannot be made for absences, voluntary or involuntary withdrawal, or expulsion.
Tuition and fees are due and payable before students can attend class. Students will not be allowed to continue attending academic classes unless tuition is paid by stated deadlines. All accounts must be paid before academic records can be released to other schools or to colleges . A $35 fee will be charged for all returned checks TCCS, at its discretion, reserves the right to dismiss any student who does not follow the guidelines set forth by the school without refunding tuition or fees.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact Rita Sanders, email@example.com or call 423-323-7128 ext. 219.