Tuition & Financial Aid

Sandhills Classical Christian School recognizes there may be families who would like to attend Sandhills Classical Christian School but are financially unable to do so. Therefore, the school offers ways for families to make the education affordable.


View the Preschool-12th grade tuition for 2017-2018 by clicking here.


 

OPTION #1


T.R.I.P.

The first is through T.R.I.P. (Tuition Reduction Incentive Program), a voluntary program of the school's Parent Association. T.R.I.P. allows you to earn credits toward tuition through purchases you already make.

Find out more about T.R.I.P. by clicking on the following links...

OPTION #2


TADS

The second is through financial aid. Each year Sandhills Classical Christian School allocates a specific and limited amount of funds to assist qualifying families.

Sandhills Classical Christian School uses an independent, outside source to assist in determining financial need. TADS Financial Aid Assessment Service has been selected by SCCS to conduct fair and confidential financial need assessments for families that may need assistance paying tuition.

If you have questions during the financial aid application process, you may reach TADS at 800-477-8237, Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM Central Time. TADS staff are also available through live chat on our website and email at support@tads.com.

Parents must fill out an application to be considered for financial aid. The Application fee for TADS is $34.   

Upon completion of the Enrollment Application for SCCS, please email office@sandhillsccs.org and request the link for the Financial Aid Application.  

OPTION #3
 

Scholarships


Tuition Assistance for K-12th grades - is a tuition credit provided by the school based on need. General Scholarship donations are used to help pay for tuition assistance. 

Military Scholarships- are scholarships which are specifically targeted for military families and are provided by external organizations. One such scholarship is the Duskin and Stephens Scholarship for children of active duty special operations forces. (K-12th Grade only)