North Cobb Christian School is not supported or sponsored by any particular church or organization and operates solely on tuition, fees, program revenues, and the contributions of our families and supporters. NCCS provides excellent value in private Christian education while recognizing that we must adequately compensate our highly qualified faculty and staff, and maintain the beautiful facility God has blessed us with; therefore, it is necessary that we charge reasonable tuition and fees. It is our Board's policy that we strive to set our tuition as close as possible to the average of other area private and Christian schools.
Financial Aid is available to qualified families on a year-by-year basis. A specified amount of aid is set aside each year, depending on enrollment, funding, and budget requirements. If you are interested in applying for Financial Aid, you can get more information and apply on-line with FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment. FACTS is a company with whom NCCS has contracted to perform our financial aid assessment. Assistance is provided in the form of a discount on tuition only; no assistance is provided for application fees, registration fees, or activity fees. NCCS does not award scholarships. As a member of the Georgia High School Association (GHSA), NCCS offers need-based financial aid only. For more information, please carefully read the Financial Aid Policy.
Applications for financial aid for the 2017-2018 school year should be submitted at the time of application to NCCS and will be considered based on the funds available in the financial aid budget. Applications should be submitted online to Facts: FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment. FACTS charges a non-refundable $30 fee for each application.
FACTS Tuition Management is used for processing all tuition and fees. All payments are made by automatic payment processing from your bank account or credit card charge directly to FACTS Tuition Management. New families will receive an e-mail from the NCCS Business Office with instructions for logging into FACTS to set up their agreement. Please contact Judy Oshust in the Business Office if you need your log in information or have any questions.
|K3 (3 Day - Half Days)||$4,740||$4,815||$4,955||$0||$200|
|K3 (5 Day - Half Days)||$6,250||$6,345||$6,540||$0||$200|
|K3 (3 Day - Full days)||$6,480||$6,615||$6,805||$0||$300|
|K3 (5 Day - Full days)||$7,930||$8,085||$8,165||$0||$350|
|K4 Half Day||$6,250||$6,345||$6,540||$0||$300|
|K4 Full Day||$7,930||$8,085||$8,165||$0||$350|
|K5 Half Day||$8,040||$8,200||$8,595||$0||$350|
|K5 Full Day||$10,030||$10,230||$10,530||$0||$500|
NOTE: 7th -12th grade students are responsible for purchasing their own textbooks.
A per-student fee of $100 must be paid at the time an application for admission to NCCS is submitted. This fee is non-refundable and non-transferable.
A non-refundable, non-transferable fee. All students pay the Registration Fee each year. This fee is due at the time of registration or acceptance and will hold a place for your child. Enrollment is not complete until this fee is paid. Please contact the Admissions Office for Registration Fee details.
This fee helps offset the cost of the Fall Retreat, class enrichment trips, and other NCCS sponsored activities. Students enrolled in grades K3-4th do not have to pay an activity fee. The activity fee, if applicable, is payable no later than June 1 each school year. The activity fee is a non-refundable, non-transferable fee.
Students in grades 7th - 12th are responsible for purchasing their own textbooks. Electronic options may be available for some classes. Textbook lists are available HERE for 7th and 8th grade and HERE for Upper School.
Financial Support of NCCS
Throughout each school year, parents are presented with and encouraged to participate in a variety of opportunities to support the mission of NCCS through the giving of their time, talent, and treasure. The Eagles Annual Fund is the most important fundraiser of the year and parents are asked to consider their support to this campaign first and foremost. Participation of any amount helps NCCS obtain crucial community support.
After School Programs
QUEST Club is our after-school care program for PK3 through 5th grade students; it is available from 2:40 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. every day after school, except for PK3, which concludes at 6:00 pm. The cost for the basic program is $13.00 per day per child, regardless of how long the student is in attendance for that day. Certain extra activities may be available for an additional fee. In the event your child is not picked up from QUEST Club by 6:30 p.m., a Late Fee of $1 per minute is charged until the time that your child is picked up. There is no charge for before-school supervision from 7:00 a.m. until 8:00 a.m.
There is no after school care for Middle and Upper School students. Upper School students who are not involved in practices, clubs, study sessions, etc. after school should either be in carline waiting for their ride, in the middle/upper school cafeteria, in the quiet study room, or in the Media Center, and must be out of the building by 4:00pm. The Media Center is a great resource for our students to work on homework and utilize the computers. Once the Media Center closes, most of our teachers and staff leave for the day.
International Student Program
North Cobb Christian School is blessed to partner with families outside the United States to provide quality Christian Education for their students. For more information regarding tuition and fees for International Students, please call Beth Wright, Director of Admissions at 770-975-0252, extension 501, or email the Admissions Office.
North Cobb Christian School admits students regardless of race, color, creed, ethnic, or national origin who possess the motivation, ability, and character which would enable them to succeed in our School community to the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at NCCS. North Cobb Christian School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, ethnic, or national origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, financial aid programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.