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Tuition and Fees

Tuition Assistance

We wish to make excellent education obtainable to a wide range of Christian families in the Franklin County area, equipping students with both academic knowledge and the capacity to engage the world around them from a biblical, Christian perspective. To that end, Crosspoint constantly strives to find the balance in providing an exceptional, yet affordable, education for its families and students while also seeking to retain well-qualified teachers who provide that very education.

Please refer to the Tuition, Fees and Policy statement below for a full explanation of our fee schedule.  A book/activity fee also applies and varies in amount depending on the student's grade level. Extracurricular activities, such as participation in a sport, will have their own fee per activity. You may also contact the accounts manager, Karen Honeycutt, with any questions you may have. She can be reached through the school office at 636-742-5380 or by email.

 

Tuition Payment Plans

  • Single Payment: a 4% discount in tuition is offered to families who pay tuition in full by August 1

 

  • Two Payments: a 2% discount in tuition is offered to families who pay half of their tuition by August 1 and pay the remaining half by December 1

 

  • Installment Payments: families who prefer to do so may make monthly payments beginning June 1st.

 

  • All accounts should be paid in full by May 1 in order to be considered in good standing.

Because we recognize that private education can be a significant financial investment for families, Crosspoint offers financial assistance for families with demonstrable need. The Parent Association approves the total amount of tuition assistance available for distribution as a part of the annual budget. Each family that applies for assistance is then individually evaluated, and tuition assistance is granted based on need, as documented in the tuition assistance application.

There are many factors considered when determining a family's need for tuition assistance, including income, assets, medical expenses, living expenses, financial obligations, and number of dependents. Because each family's situation is unique, Crosspoint now uses the independent reviewer Financial Aid for School Tuition (FAST) to process tuition assistance applications. Along with your application, a review of your tax information is required in order to determine your tuition assistance.

How to Apply for Tuition Assistance
1. Complete an online tuition assistance application at FAST.
2. Before starting the application, please review the instructions (also available on the left side of the FAST login page). If you would like to view the application in its entirety, download the "User Guide" (also available on the left side of the FAST login page) to preview the information you will be required to submit.
3. Download a copy of Federal Form 4506T from irs.gov. Complete lines 1-4. Upload a signed but not dated copy of the 4506T to FAST.
4. When completed, upload copies of your current W-2s and tax information to FAST. Refer to "Quick Processing" (also available on the left side of the FAST login page) for directions and assistance on uploading your tax information.

Application Deadline All Families: April 30th.
Applications received after this deadline will be considered only as time and funds allow. The Financial Assistance Service Group tries to determine the amount of aid granted on or before May 15.

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