Tuition and Fees

To see a summary of tuition and fees, as well as an overview of school curriculum, please use our FACT Sheet.

Basic Tuition, Fee and Tuition Assistance Information

In an effort to serve the broader Christian community, CFS offers need-based tuition assistance (Preschool not eligible). We currently have approximately 30% of our students receiving some level of tuition assistance.

Tuition Assistance applications will not be evaluated until students have been accepted for admission to CFS. Requested supporting documents must also be submitted before award amounts are determined. 

Tuition assistance at CFS is a lowering of tuition based on a family’s level of need, not an actual monetary scholarship. We encourage families to pursue every available avenue to fund their tuition, including outside scholarships. When determining tuition assistance, outside scholarships may be factored in as a form of income. MOScholars recipients requesting tuition assistance should anticipate at least 75% of the scholarship to go toward their tuition. 

CFS uses BeneFAQ, an independent, third-party service to assess eligibility for financial assistance. A $35 application fee is required to submit an application for financial assistance. The following school identification number will be required: 58565.

Supplemental Fees

Application Fee

Families wishing to apply for admission of students to CFS (Preschool – 12) must pay an Application Fee of $50 per student, which is non-refundable. This fee is due at the time the application is submitted.

Enrollment Fee

An initial non-refundable enrollment fee of $150 per child is due upon acceptance for admission to CFS for students who are enrolling for the first time in preschool through 12th grade.

Re-Enrollment Fee

A re-enrollment fee of $50 is due each year for students entering their second and subsequent years at CFS.

Out-of-State, Class Trip Fees

When CFS students are in grades 7, 11, and 12, they get to participate in special out-of-state, class trips that provide unique educational, service/historical and recreational experiences. In order to reduce fundraising needed in the year of these class trips, a class trip fee is assessed. Students in 5th, 6th, and 7th grade are assessed a $50 fee per student annually to go toward the Creation Museum trip in 7th grade. Students in 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grade are assessed a $100 per student fee annually to go toward the junior service/historical trip and the senior recreational trip. These fees are due August 1st and they are non-refundable, i.e., if a student leaves CFS before the trip year, the funds will stay with the class to help pay for the trip(s) for that class.