TUITION & FINANCES

Christian Education Is Not A Cost -- It Is An Investment

We recognize that families are constantly confronted with decisions about how to utilize the finances that God has provided.  We firmly believe that investing those finances into the future of your children through Christian education is the BEST investment you can make.  We also believe that you will receive great value on your investment at Tri-City Adventist School.

Tri-City Adventist School does have funds available for financial assistance.  All of our assistance is needs-based and you will need to complete the financial aid application and return it to the office.  Please use this link for our  Financial Aid Application.

TUITION 2022-2023

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TCAS 2022-2023 Tuition Schedule

Payments

Please note, starting August 2022 we have a new system for invoices and payments.  Please note,  that we are no longer doing recurring credit card payments at this time.  Please see below payment options.

Tuition invoices are sent electronically to the email listed with the school. Please contact the treasurer at Treasurer@mytcas.org if you would like a paper invoice sent to your home. 

 

Invoices are sent out the 26th of each month starting in July.  Payments are due on the 1st of each month and a late fee of $15 will be charged on the 11th if arrangements have not been made. 

There are several ways to pay your tuition.

  • Through the emailed invoice, click on the "Review & Pay" button

    • Recurring payments can be set up using this button too

  • Dropping off Cash or Check at the school office

  • Credit/Debit card payments can be made at the school office, in person or over the phone

    • Please note, there is a 3% convenience fee for any Credit/Debit card transaction

Statements are available upon request. 

 

If you need to change an email, add and email or have any questions about your account, please contact the treasurer at treasurer@mytcas.org.

TESTIMONIALS

"I know that my students are loved by the teachers and the teachers are striving to teach my students academics as well as let them know they are valuable and they have potential."

~ TCAS Parent