CHRISTIAN ACADEMY OF CHAMPIONS' Financial Commitment Considerations
Christian Academy of Champions asks for a financial commitment from those who enroll for next year. Enrollment is a commitment from the parents to pay for one of year tuition.
1. Christian Academy of Champions takes commitments very seriously. Commitments are like covenants which bind two parties together. As Christians we should honor our word just as Christ honors His word to us.
2. Christian Academy of Champions commits to the parents to provide a full year of education for the anticipated tuition payments. The school is committed to be here for the child and plans each year of expenditures based on the enrollment numbers.
3. Christian Academy of Champions depends on tuition payments to pay expenses. Expenses for the school include salaries and various contracts for copiers, computer maintenance, and software updates, as well as supplies, testing, and manyaditional items in the school budget. The school budget is based on the commitments of the parents to send their child (ren) to the School. Once contractual relationships are made, the school cannot undo these contracts.
4. The enrollment commitment does guarantee that a slot will be held for the child and the school makes that commitment to the parents. If the child does not partake in the next school year, it is not a simple matter of saying that the school has plenty of time to “fill that slot”. Even if another child comes in that grade, the school still loses the anticipated tuition income for the full year for your child.
Tuition Accountability/Early Cancellation:
The parent for each child enrolled at CHRISTIAN ACADEMY OF CHAMPIONS shall accept full accountability for the child's fees & tuition. Early cancellation must be received by July 31, 2020 for new students enrolled in the 2019-2020 school year. It shall be understood by the parents that no refunds shall be repaid for any payments made by the responsible party. If cancellation occurs after July 31, 2020, the parent shall be responsible for payment of the full semester's tuition and/or any unpaid portion thereof. If a student has been expelled from CHRISTIAN ACADEMY OF CHAMPIONS, the parent shall remain responsible for the payment of the full semester's tuition and/or any unpaid portion thereof. Refunds toward any pre-paid tuition shall be considered on a case by case basis for any families who can provide proof of financial hardship or proof of a legitimate move from the area.
Any account with a balance 10 days past due shall incur a $50 late fee. Any accounts past due 21-60 days shall incur a $75 late fee and a conference meeting will be scheduled between the parent and CHRISTIAN ACADEMY OF CHAMPIONS administration. Failure to meet the financial obligations by the due date may require that the student withdraw from future classes at CHRISTIAN ACADEMY OF CHAMPIONS, until an agreement can be made between the family and CHRISTIAN ACADEMY OF CHAMPIONS administration. All returned checks or non-sufficient funds shall incur a $25 penalty. Any fees incurred by CHRISTIAN ACADEMY OF CHAMPIONS to collect on a past due account shall be the responsibility of the parent that enrolled the student in CHRISTIAN ACADEMY OF CHAMPIONS. CHRISTIAN ACADEMY OF CHAMPIONS cannot continue to provide a quality education in a safe environment without the commitment from each family to meet their financial obligation.