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Financial Information

Parents seeking a quality Christian education for their children understand the benefits of smaller classes, Biblical teaching, Christian values, and a strong sense of community. In many cases, the only obstacle they face is the cost. At Redlands Christian Schools, we desire to enroll a talented and diverse student body and believe that the cost of tuition should not be a deterrent to prospective families.

The tuition and fee information for the 2017-18 school year is accessible in the online new student application and also through the Admissions Office.

Applying for Financial Aid

Step #1

New Families: Submit New Student Admissions Application along with Application Fee.

Returning Families: Skip to Step #2.

Step #2

Review the Financial Aid FAQs below to be informed about how aid is determined, the maximum aid award, the notification process and much more.

Step #3

Complete the online financial aid application process with FACTS by clicking on the link below. Keep in mind that your aid application is not considered complete until FACTS has received your required tax documents (the required items will print out on a checklist once you have submitted your application).

For the 2017-18 school year, the required tax documents include 2015 Tax Return along with 2016 W-2s (once they become available). These items are to be submitted directly to FACTS via email, fax or upload.

The tuition information for the 2017-18 school year becomes available in January 2017. For applications submitted prior to January 2017, please use current year tuition amounts in your aid application.

Priority Deadline for Returning Families
January 20, 2017 (application)
February 3, 2017 (tax documents/W-2s)

Priority Deadline for New Families
March 1, 2017

FACTS Aid Application

Financial Aid FAQs

Who Qualifies for financial aid?

All current and new families with children in grades Kindergarten through 12 at Redlands Christian Schools are welcome to apply (financial aid is not available to international students or students in Preschool or Jr. Kindergarten).

What Factors are Considered?

The financial aid committee uses the recommendations from FACTS, an outsourced company. Each family submits a FACTS application and uploads tax documents directly to them. After review of all materials, FACTS makes a recommendation to our financial aid committee.

Specific reasons for requesting assistance, along with indication of special circumstances (number of children in Christian education, employment challenges, or unique financial difficulties) should be included in the FACTS aid application. The financial aid committee will review all concerns, along with each family’s desired involvement in our community and each student’s academic and behavioral records. Further, in the evaluation process of current families, SCRIP and volunteer participation is required, and financial accounts must be in good-standing.

How much aid is granted?

Awards may be granted up to a maximum of 50 percent of the student’s annual tuition (financial aid does not apply to yearly enrollment or student fees).

When are applicants notified?

For new families, award notification is included in the student’s enrollment packet after acceptance has been offered. For current families, the award notification is emailed before the reenrollment priority deadline. After all priority applications have been processed, award notifications for late applicants will be mailed.

Will the aid award change from year to year?

Families must reapply for financial aid each year. Adjustments in award amounts may vary with respect to need and availability of funds. Cases are reassessed annually to maintain consistent principles of stewardship in accordance with each family’s changing needs.

What happens if the aid application is incomplete or late?

Incomplete applications will not be considered. Late applications, submitted after the applicable priority deadline, will be considered at subsequent financial aid meetings. Late applicants run the risk of receiving award adjustments based on availability of financial assistance funds.

Is there a tuition discount available for siblings?

No. The cost of educating each child is taken into account when tuition rates are set and class sizes are determined. The cost of sending multiple children to private Christian schools is taken into consideration when assessing a family’s demonstrated need through the financial aid application.

Are any merit-based scholarships available?

No. All financial aid is awarded on the basis of demonstrated need only.

Does the financial aid award need to be repaid?

No. Financial awards are grants, not loans. Financial aid recipients are required, however, to participate in the SCRIP Program and volunteer in the community.

If you have any questions regarding Financial Assistance for Redlands Christian Schools, please contact Betty Crocker at (909) 793-0601, ext. 161 or email at bcrocker@redlandschristian.org.

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