$3,200 per child enrolled per year (2013-2014 rate)
$3,000 per additional family student
$4,000 Quarterly Payments
*NWOSF as per their recipient schedule
(Families with more than one child enrolled will receive a $200 tuition discount per additional child for the 2nd and 3rd child. The 4th child would be charged at one half the tuition amount).
Plan #1: If tuition is paid in full by August 13, 2013 a 10% per child tuition discount will apply.
Plan #2: 10% of total tuition and the registration fee is due by August 13, 2013 and 10% is due by the 15th of each month, September through May.
All families are encouraged to volunteer two hours per month. ie: Fruit pick-up day, landscape maintenance, window cleaning, etc.
Parents and others can purchase gift cards and coupons at face value and 50% of the profit from those purchases can be credited to tuition accounts. The purchaser may choose which student account the amount is applied to.
Non-Refundable Registration Fee
A non-refundable fee of $150.00 per student grades K-2, $175.00 for grades 3-4, and $200 for grades 5-8 is due at the time of registration. The additional amount for higher grades is to cover music fest and ITBS testing.
A $25 charge will be assessed for all checks returned due to non-sufficient funds.
Past Due Accounts
If an account is two months past due, the person responsible for the account must make satisfactory arrangements for payment or withdraw the student. Report cards, diplomas, and graduation ceremony participation will be denied for students whose accounts and fees are delinquent.
A student who has an unpaid balance from the previous school year may not be permitted to re-enroll until full payment is made.
If an account is delinquent and the student no longer attends Toledo Junior Academy, a fee to transfer the record will be added to the unpaid balance.
Financial assistance is available to families who qualify. Application forms are available from the school office.
Each family needs to be aware of the various activities that may require additional money throughout the school year. These may include field trips (costs will vary), class pictures, special projects, yearbook, graduation, 8th grade class trip, etc.
To keep tuition costs down, various fund-raisers, including the fruit program and T.R.I.P. program, are used to supplement our budget. These fund-raisers can only be successful if all parents are involved.