Tuition Information for 2018–2019 School Year
Rates for Families New to CCS
- Oldest child in Junior Kindergarten only $6,500/year
- Oldest child in Senior Kindergarten up to grade 8 $8,750/year**
** Add $1,000 for each additional child to a maximum of $2,500. Tuition reductions do not apply to international students.
CCS is pleased to offer a tuition discount to new families enrolling for the 2017-18 school year. Please understand, however, that the discount only applies to 2017-18. The following school year, tuition will rise to the regular rate. This incentive helps new families adjust to paying tuition.
Regular Rates for Returning Families
- Families with One Child $13,000
- Families with Two Children $14,000
- Families with Three Children $15,000
- Families with Four or More Children $15,500
All families new to CCS will provide a $500 non-refundable application fee that will be applied to tuition upon enrolment.
For families enrolling children part-way through a school year, tuition will be pro-rated accordingly.
Families with children attending Redeemer Christian High School will receive a 25% deduction of tuition at both CCS and at Redeemer Christian High School. New families receiving a reduced tuition rate are not eligible for the 25% discount from CCS for joint tuition with Redeemer Christian High School.
After-School Care Program
CCS offers an after-school care program that runs from 3-5 pm on weekdays. The fees for this program are not included in tuition fees. For current hourly rates, please call our school office.
FINANCIAL AID PROGRAM
Following is a link to our Financial Aid application. Families who have had children enrolled for one full year may consider completing an online application. Our tuition assistance assessment is coordinated by a third-party organization called FAST ("Financial Aid for School Tuition"), created by ISM - Independent School Management, Inc., which enables us to safeguard your privacy while also making fair assessments of each family's financial capacity.
Since CCS is a non-profit organization, parents are able to claim a portion of tuition as a charitable donation on their tax returns. There is a federal tax credit that assists most parents paying tuition. Based on a Canada Revenue Agency formula, a portion of your tuition represents the actual cost of education per student. Parent contributions (tuition and/or donations) above and beyond that amount qualify as a charitable donation for income tax purposes.