Trinity Lutheran believes that tuition represents a value and investment, not a cost, in the life of your child. The investment is in excellence, preparation, and character development, which is confirmed by graduates from Lutheran schools over hundreds of years who reflect on the educational experiences with sincere gratitude.
PK 3: $650.00 per year ($65.00 per month)
PK 4: $850.00 per year ($85.00 per month)
Payments due June - March (10 months)
Activity Fee: $15 per family per year
Milk fees: $15 - $20 per year
The first month’s preschool payment is non-refundable.
PK 3 and PK 4 are 1/2 day classes. Students will be placed in either a morning or afternoon class.
PK 3 sessions are Tuesday/Thursday.
PK 4 sessions are Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday.
The following fees are non-refundable after the first day of school. The book fee cannot be pro-rated for students who attend a portion of the school year.
Activity Fee (PK-8)
$15 per family due on Registration Day
TLS provides various activities during the school year (i.e. NLSW activities, Family Fun Night, Teacher Appreciation Week, start up for the concession stand). Families are encouraged to participate in school events.
Book/Religion Materials Fee (K-8)
$95 per student due on Registration Day
TLS supplies all textbooks on a rental basis. All religious instructional materials are included in the book fee. Each student receives a Bible upon entering 4th grade. Families must pay for replacements. Seventh grade students receive Luther’s Small Catechism.
Technology Fee (K-8)
$100 per student due on Registration Day
TLS provides email, computers, school web page, and high-speed Internet access to each classroom. Education through supervised Internet usage has opened a new and exciting world!
Dress Down (K-8)
Students are allowed to wear casual clothing on scheduled “Dress Down Days”. The fee to participate is $20.00 per school year per student. Families do NOT have to participate in Dress Down Days.
Payments are made through the FACTS tuition management service. Click on FACTS to sign up. The application process is self-guided and has a 24/7 helpline.
Payment Date: Monthly payments are to be scheduled for the 5th or 20th of each month. Automatic payments can be made from a checking or savings account or from a credit card (Master Card, Visa, American Express, and Discover are accepted and will cost you a surcharge fee of 2.75%)
Payment options include a single payment, two payment option at semester, or a ten month payment.
More information is available online.
Preschool Parents: Preschool Tuition follows the same process as K-8 enrollment. Any family who has not paid the balance on their account at the end of each quarter will be unable to attend until the account is paid in full.
In addition to the above fees, nonmembers are asked to support the educational program at Trinity with a monthly pledge.
Payments can be made at any time in the school office. All payments are due by the 15th of each month. The first payment is due on Registration Day (K-8). All school accounts must be current at the end of each quarter.
Accounts that are not current at the end of each quarter will be placed on "probation". The family will have 30 days to bring the account up-to-date while on "probation". The school will notify the family in writing of the probation period and the amount due.
Hardship situations must be identified immediately to the Principal and will be addressed on a case-by-case basis by the Day School Committee.
Accounts are delinquent when not settled within the “probation” period (30 days). Families that do not honor their financial obligation AND have not had a verifiable hardship will be required to make other arrangements for education outside of Trinity. Any student not enrolled in school is subject to truancy laws.
Please contact the school office if your circumstances change and you are beginning to fall behind in your payments. FACTS will notify families and the school of delinquent accounts.
Families with delinquent accounts at the end of each school year will be prohibited from re-enrolling at Trinity until the account is settled in full.
Delinquent accounts involving 8th grade students will receive an unsigned diploma at graduation. The fully authorized signed diploma will be given when the account is settled in full.