The School has engaged an online tool called Financial Aid for School Tuition (FAST) to assist in the program fee assistance processing. FAST neither decides whether program fee assistance should be given nor determines the amount to give. The FAST program provides a need-based financial aid analysis that includes an income verification process. The application process is not meant to be an intrusion into your financial affairs, but will enable the Finance Committee to give a fair evaluation to all applicants. All information stored in FAST remains confidential.
To help the Finance Committee review the applications in an equitable manner, the following factors will be taken into consideration:
- Trinity Christian School believes a family should invest in their child’s education before elective expenses, for example, secondary home ownership, club memberships, expensive car leases/purchases, and elaborate vacations.
- In the case of divorce or separation, Trinity Christian School requires both parents to file an application for tuition assistance. In unique circumstances, additional details can be requested by the Finance Committee.
Unfortunately, no tuition assistance process is perfect, but we will use our best effort in establishing a fair and equitable process to evaluate all applications.