Thank you for considering a Santa Clarita Christian school education for your family. For most families, investing in a private school education requires careful financial planning. SCCS families find great value in the SCCS educational experience and the distinctive way in which we prepare our students for college, as well as life.
Why Choose SCCS?
With a small, intimate class size and a 12:1 student-to-teacher ratio, your child will receive personal, individual attention from our caring teachers who love and fear the Lord.
At SCCS, students benefit not only from a strong academic program, but also the integration of the inspired word of God into all subjects.
As a parent, you have the confidence of knowing that what SCCS is teaching parallels your same convictions and values. Children love coming to school at SCCS.
What is so different about SCCS?
Voted a 2017 Favorite Private School in the Los Angeles Daily News AND 2017 “Best Religious School” by Santa Clarita Valley’s The Signal, at SCCS we do community well. Students who have attended SCCS from Kindergarten to twelfth grade, “SCCS Lifers” have stated that they love the unified culture and the feeling of being part of big family every single day. Students time and again have expressed the difference the teachers at SCCS have made in their lives.
At SCCS, students have received the academic and spiritual foundation they need to thrive and are well prepared to handle the rigors of higher education as well as life. Click to read how SCCS alumni are thriving!
Investing in your child's future...
Santa Clarita Christian School (SCCS) offers an affordable private, Christian school education for your family.
SCCS has strived to keep tuition low and programs high, focusing on academic excellence, athletic distinction, creative expression and servant leadership. With tuition more than a third below other local Christian schools, SCCS offers the best value for a private, Christian school education in the Santa Clarita Valley. The schedule of tuition and fees listed below represents the 2018-19 academic year. Tuition is determined annually by the SCCS School Committee and SCBC Deacon Board.
2018-19 Tuition Shedule
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1) Enrollment Fee
$200 PER STUDENT if paid by 3/1
$250 PER STUDENT if paid after 3/1 and before 5/1
$300 PER STUDENT if paid after 5/1
This non-refundable, per-student fee is due at the time of re-enrollment. This fee covers the cost of re-enrollment and reserves a place for the student for the upcoming school year.
NEW FAMILIES: ($400 total application fee and enrollment fee)
Application Fee: $200 PER STUDENT- This per-student fee is due at the time of application.
Enrollment Fee: $200 PER STUDENT – This is a non-refundable per-student fee and is due at the time of enrollment.
2)Student Program Fee: (Due July 1, 2018)
$35/year for grades K-6
$200/year for grades 7-12
This fee helps support special events and programs such as the elementary end-of-year party, Student Leadership Council, California Scholarship Federation, Homecoming activities, etc. The fee does not cover all costs, but helps to subsidize many events. Students pay additional fees for various activities. This fee is not refundable.
3) Annual Student Materials Fee: (Due July 1, 2018)
Elementary K-6 - $400 - Students are charged an annual fee for rental books, consumable books, and miscellaneous materials required by teachers to enhance their studies. This fee is not refundable.
Secondary 7-12 - Secondary students are responsible for purchasing their own books and materials through our online bookstore, mbsdirect.com.
4) Annual Technology Fee: (Due July 1, 2018)
K-6th - $50
7-12 - $400
5) Graduation fees:
Kindergarten - $35 – covers caps & gowns, diplomas, decorations, awards, and certificates.
6th & 8th Grade - $50 - covers caps & gowns, diplomas, decorations, awards, and certificates.
12th Grade - $125 - covers venues, caps & gowns, diplomas, awards, and certificates.
6) Other Fees: All other fees, such as extracurricular activities, music fees, etc. are billed only to those students who participate in each specific event; these fees will be billed when the class/activity begins.