$100 deposit paid by: May 29 July 1 After July 1 No Deposit
Entrance balance due: $169 $194 219 $319
Entrance fees cover the cost of textbooks, lab fees and library/music materials for your student.
(must be 5 by September 1)
|Grades 1st-8th||Annual||Semester||Monthly (Aug-May)|
|Constituent Church Rates*|
*Constituent rates apply to members of the Caldwell Adventist Church, Nampa Adventist Church or Gem State Academy Adventist Church.
Entrance fees and first month's tuition are due before the first day of school. Monthly payments are due on the 15th of each month and are considered late after the 20th of the month. Late payments will be subject to a $10 fee charged to your account. Past due accounts will be reviewed and sent to collections. Diplomas and transcripts will not be released until past due accounts are paid in full. Financial assistance may be available through Smart Aid and/or the Worthy Student Fund. Please see the Business Manager for assistance.
Hot Lunch tickets are $4 per meal.
Before and After School Care (BASE)
Stepping Stones is open between 7am and 6pm. The cost of BASE is per child at the rate of $2.50 a half hour. Unlimited BASE can be purchased for $50 per month, added to your monthly statement. The Unlimited Plan is available from Sep - May, excluding Christmas and Spring Break.
|Unlimited Before & After School Care Agreement|
To apply for financial aid, visit www.smartaidforparents.com and enter our school ID code #91134. There is a $35 processing fee and some supporting documents are required. See the link below to learn more. Once your application is process, a financial aid recommendation will be forwarded to us. All final financial aid decisions, including notification of an award amount (if any) will be made by the school. The whole process typically takes two weeks. The deadline to apply for financial aid for 2018-19 is August 1, 2018.
1. Accounts that are 45 days past due will be asked to meet with the business manager and/or the principal to discuss the situation. The business manager will work with the family to create a new payment plan to keep the account in good standing. After the new payment plan is in place, a second delinquency in the same school year will make a student(s) subject to suspension from the school until the account has been reviewed by the finance committee for further action.
2. Accounts that are 90 days past due and not in good standing will be asked to meet with the finance committee to develop a reasonable repayment plan. Failure to meet with this committee when scheduled will result in immediate suspension from the school and a letter of demand for full payment or further collection action will be taken, and the student will not be allowed to return to school until the account is paid in full.
3. Accounts that are 120 days past due and not in good standing will be sent via certified mail a collection letter with a 30-day due date to respond by. If no response or payment is received within 30 days, the account will be sent to a collection agency.