Tuition, Fees and Financial Policy

Crossroads Financial Policy

Policy

  1. In order to impartially and objectively manage student and organizational accounts, Crossroads Christian School (“CCS ”) has a Financial Policy.
  2. The tuition payment and student account policy is to be applied to all active and inactive accounts receivable.
  3. The payment and receipt options policy is to be applied to all active and inactive account receivable, as well as any fundraising event cash receipts, donation receipts, or any miscellaneous receipts.
  4. The fundraising event cash accounting policy is to be applied to all fundraising events sponsored by CCS , or any organization on behalf of CCS , where the primary fundraising is cash at the time of the event (e.g. Pancake brunch, Garage or Rummage Sale, Gala, Free will offerings, etc). The events noted are examples, and do not constitute a finite list.
  5. CCS reserves the right to refuse academic continuation at the first month's tuition delinquency or if no prior arrangement has been made. Report cards and other official documents are withheld until the account has been paid in full. School policy prohibits the release of official school documents (i.e. transcripts and report cards) until all accounts are resolved.

Tuition Payment and Student Account

  1. The educational programs offered at Crossroads Christian School (“CCS ”) are funded on a strict operating budget. For the school to maintain fiscal stability, it is important that each family responsibly remit tuition payments on a timely basis.
  2. At the time of registration, CCS and the student family can review tuition plans, including grants, discounts, and other tuition support. Also included are fees associated with the various programs in which a student may participate.
  3. After review of the tuition plan, CCS and the student family agree upon total cost to the student family, and payment plan options are provided. All registration fees, first months’ tuition and a finalized FACTS payment plan are required before your student is considered enrolled at CCS. Any violation of this agreement and the Verification of Enrollment Form for the student will be reported and submitted to the State of Texas as not currently enrolled.

Policy Regarding Payment of Student Accounts:

In order for the school to pay its expenses, it is important that the payments agreed upon in this contract be made as scheduled. If something happens in your life that interferes with your ability to make payments (loss of job, major illness, etc.), please contact the school immediately as we can work with you to accommodate your needs.

 

The following is the school policy that has been established for unresolved late payment issues.

Late Payment Policy

Notification will be provided to the family, as applicable when the payment is more than thirty (30) days in arrears. If this payment becomes more than sixty (60) days in arrears a financial person from the school will contact the family to work out a plan to become current.

The family will be put into provisional status and must make the agreed upon payments going forward. If at any time in the next sixty (60) days the payments are not made as agreed, the students of the family will be removed from the school roster and, additionally, report cards and other official documents withheld until the account has been paid in full. School policy prohibits the release of official school documents (i.e. transcripts and report cards) until all accounts are resolved.

Payments and Receipts

CCS accepts the following payment types:

  1. Cash. For any payment by cash, a receipt will be immediately available and provided by request.
  2. Check. For any payment by check, a receipt will be available by request. Typically, a cancelled check will constitute a receipt.
    1. Returned checks will result in a $35.00 charge.
    2. After two returned checks, payment must be made by cash or credit card.
  3. Credit Card. CCS accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover ($50.00 minimum to charge). A credit card receipt will be available by request.

Fundraising event cash accounting

  1. At any fundraising events sponsored by CCS , or any organization on behalf of CCS, where the primary fundraising is cash at the time of the event, the following actions must be followed:
    1. There must always be at least two acting cashiers at all times;
    2. At the beginning of the event, in a secure area such as the school office:
      1. At least two acting cashiers count and document the opening bank;
      2. Cashiers ensure security of opening bank, placing such in secure register or cash till; and
      3. Cashiers validate the availability of receipts for donors who request such.
    3. At the end of the event:
      1. At least two acting cashiers must immediately secure the register or cash till, and retire to a secure area such as the school office;
      2. Acting cashiers count and document the ending bank;
      3. If event was outside of normal banking hours, the ending bank must be secured in the school office. If within normal banking hours, a deposit should be immediately created and delivered to the bank.

Delinquent Accounts

  1. When the student account is delinquent, the student family will receive notice.
  2. If familial financial position has changed, CCS will make every effort to provide additional tuition support, but student family agrees additional support is not guaranteed.
  3. If student family does not respond, outstanding balances must be paid for the student(s) to continue in school. CCS reserves the right to refuse academic continuation at the first month's tuition delinquency or if no prior arrangement has been made. Report cards and other official documents are withheld until the account has been paid in full. School policy prohibits the release of official school documents (i.e. transcripts and report cards) until all accounts are resolved. Any violation of this agreement and the Verification of Enrollment Form for the student will be reported and submitted to the State of Texas as not currently enrolled.

Tuition & Fees

Annual Tuition Schedule showing sibling discount

Grade

1st (oldest) child

2nd child 5%

3rd + child 10%

Grades 3rd-6th (4 day program) $3,500.00 $3,325.00 $3,150.00

Grades 7th-12th (2/day program)

$3,000.00

$2,850.00

$2,700.00

 

Application Fee

$100.00 non-refundable due with Application

Registration Fee

$500.00 (non-refundable & due at time of registration)

*registration fees increase to $525.00 after June 1st

 

Registration Fee: A $500 non-refundable registration fee per child is required and due in full by June 1st ($525 after June 1st).

All registration fees are due by August 1st or the disenrollment process will begin.

Space is limited; this fee secures your child a spot at CCSI and includes the curriculum, technology fee, FACTS, Renweb, supplemental curriculums and required school supplies.

           Payment options are via bank draft only: https://online.factsmgt.com/signin/4JVLS

A signed FACTS Tuition Management Agreement form is required to enroll at CCSI. 

  • 10-month FACTS plan: Ten monthly payments beginning August 1.
  • 11-month FACTS plan: Eleven monthly payments beginning August 1.
  • 12-month FACTS plan: Twelve monthly payments beginning August 1.

*Tuition is due on the 1st of each month or on the 1st and 15th if you choose the split month payment plan. Delinquent accounts have a $35 late fee assessed. Please see below for payment options.

Any unpaid balance will result in termination of enrollment, and/or delay completion of course requirements.  School policy prohibits the release of official school documents (i.e. transcripts and report cards) until all accounts are resolved.

Please use the following link to secure your students spot:  FACTS Payment Plans

Student Withdrawal
Tuition is on a 10, 11 or 12 month term (depending on your payment plan) and starts every August 1st.  Notice of withdrawal must be given 30 days before before the following month begins.

 

Distance Learning

via

The Alliance Program

 

         

The AllianceProgram is a fully accredited online academy, accredited by both ACSI and AdvancEd for grades 3rd-12th.

 The Alliance Program offers over 460+ years of combined teaching experience, with on-line instruction and complete record keeping from an accredited body that will serve your student and family throughout the college and career preparatory years.  At our very core, we believe in teaching the mind and training the heart. Our classrooms fully and actively engage your student as they have individualized tutoring and one-on-one learner support.  Kids aren’t a number and they don’t get lost in the classroom. Our roles as mentors and educators offer a level of individualized care that no other school can provide as we foster individual achievement through flexible, personalized learning.

Distance Learning Tuition for the Alliance Program is $5500.00.
Due August 1st
 
* Sibling discount apply. 5% per sibling
* Special Program for Tuition Financing

Student Tuition Financing

Student Tuition Financing for (all or part of) your tuition needs is available through Prosperity Bank (click here for application). Please complete and return the forms in person or by fax or email to:

 
Jo Anne Georgie, Banking Center President, Prosperity Bank
Victoria Colony Creek Banking Center
1206 N. John Stockbauer Drive Victoria, TX  77901
Direct:  361-574-3205
Fax:     361-574-8362
joanne.georgie@prosperitybankusa.com
 
Below are calculated monthly payment quotes for several loan amounts and terms:
 

$2,000.00

(11.50% interest rate)

6 months @ $345

12 months @ $177

$3,000.00

(11.50% interest rate)

6 months @ $517

12 months @ $266

$4,000.00

(11.50% interest rate)

6 months @ $689

12 months @ $354

$5,000.00

(10.50% interest rate)

6 months @ $859

12 months @ $441

$5,500.00

(10.50% interest rate)

6 months @ $945

12 months @ $485

 

                                                                                                       (estimated payments)


Spring Tuition and Fees

Enrollment fee is $300. Tuition is $350/month for the semester. Spring tuition is not prorated and no discounts apply.

Please Note:  tuition and fees are subject to change. In addition to tuition and fees, other charges may be assessed on your account. CCS financial policies apply to the Spring semester.

Any unpaid balance will result in termination of enrollment, and/or delay completion of course requirements. School policy prohibits the release of official school documents (i.e. transcripts and report cards) until all accounts are resolved.

For payment plan enrollment: all registration fees, first months’ tuition and a finalized FACTS payment plan is required before your student is considered enrolled at CCS. Any violation of this agreement and the Verification of Enrollment Form for the student will be reported and submitted to the State of Texas as not currently enrolled.

Student Withdrawal

Tuition is on a 10, 11 or 12 month term (depending on your payment plan) and starts every August 1st.  Notice of withdrawal must be given before the following month begins in order to receive a refund for that month. Example: If you choose to withdraw in December and notify us after the 1st of that month, you are legally responsible for all tuition due in December, and will be withdrawn in January.