Lighthouse Christian School is committed to admitting students who believe in the school mission by offering tuition assistance to families who otherwise could not afford full tuition. Our Tuition Grant Program assists students in grades K-8 by helping to offer a quality education to those students for whom the cost would otherwise be prohibitive. It is our desire to encourage families to apply to Lighthouse Christian School regardless of financial circumstances.
We wholeheartedly embrace the Apostle Paul’s call to “share with God’s people who are in need” (Romans 12:13) and strive to create a diverse student body of varying financial circumstances. This is made possible through a fund which receives monies from the general operating budget and from donations by LCS benefactors who are committed to this mission.
Tuition Grants are awarded to families based on financial need. Eligibility and grant amounts are determined by LCS’ Tuition Grant Committee after reviewing the recommendation from an independent financial assessment organization, FACTS Management Company. Since every situation is unique, there is no maximum income level or debt ratio restriction for families to be awarded assistance. However, depending on the size of the applicant pool and the available funds, those families in the greatest financial need will receive priority. Tuition grants are not designed to support lifestyle choices that result in heavy financial stress or indebtedness. Preference will be given to families with students currently attending LCS.
Note: June 1st application deadline in order be considered for a 10-month (full year) grant.
Lighthouse Christian School will admit students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to all students in the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions, tuition assistance, athletic and other school administered programs.