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2024-2025 SCHOOL YEAR


Understanding the significance of the investment families make in private education, Crosspoint is committed to offering financial assistance to families demonstrating a need. The total amount available for tuition assistance, approved by the Parent Association as part of the annual budget, is distributed based on individual family evaluations conducted through the tuition assistance application process.

Factors influencing the assessment of a family's need include income, assets, medical and living expenses, financial obligations, and the number of dependents. Recognizing the uniqueness of each family's financial situation, Crosspoint partners with the independent reviewer, Financial Aid for School Tuition (FAST), to process applications for tuition assistance. This process requires a review of your tax information alongside your application to accurately determine eligibility for assistance.

How to Apply for Tuition Assistance:

  1. Review the instructions before beginning your application to understand the required information.

  2. Go to FAST to complete the online tuition assistance application.

  3. Fill out and then download the Federal Form 4506T from, complete lines 1-4

  4. Upload a signed 4506T (not dated) copy to FAST.

  5. Upload your current W-2s and tax information to FAST, following the "Quick Processing" guide for assistance.

Application Deadline for All Families: April 30th

Please note that applications submitted after the deadline will only be considered based on the availability of time and funds. The Financial Assistance Service Group aims to finalize aid amounts by May 15.

For more detailed information and assistance with the application process, feel free to contact us.


Our dedicated Administrator, Mrs. Nadine Aitch, and Accounts Manager, Karen Honeycutt, are here to guide you through every step of the process and answer all your questions. Reach out directly at 636-742-5380 or use the form to email them. Let us make your transition to CCS as seamless as possible.

For assistance with admissions, understanding tuition, fees, or any other inquiries, please don't hesitate to contact us.

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A registration fee per family, along with a copy of the birth certificate and vaccination record for Kindergartners and new students, must be submitted with each family's application for admission or request for re-enrollment.

This fee is non-refundable once the student is accepted, unless the family relocates. The registration fee is payable as follows:

$100 until February 28

(Billed on March statement for returning families)

$250 from March 1 to May 31

$300 from June 1 to June 30

$450 after June 30 through school year

Discounts, Credits, and Penalties

  • Discounts may not be stacked. Families receive one discount per student, the most generous applicable.

  • A student whose parent is a Crosspoint staff or faculty member qualifies for a 50% tuition discount, pro-rated based on number of hours working.

  • Financial aid is available on a first-come, first-serve basis for those with demonstrated need. Interested parties must submit a completed financial aid application online.

  • A penalty of $25.00 will be charged for any NSF checks returned to Crosspoint.  After the second occurrence during the school year, all further transactions with the school must be paid with cash, money order, or cashier's check.

  • Once a student begins attending classes for a semester, tuition is required to be paid in full for that semester even if the student transfers to another school, withdraws, or is removed due to disciplinary measures.  Any exception must be approved by the school board. A student who begins a semester will pay no less than one month's tuition, regardless of exception.

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