Tuition & Fees
2016-2017 Monthly Tuition Schedule
The following chart outlines the 2016-2017 tuition schedule.
|First Child||Second Child||Third Child||Fourth Child and every subsequent child|
|Full Time Kindergarten
and Grades 1-2
|Half Time Kindergarten||268||134||94||63|
A charitable donation receipt for tax purposes will be issued on an annual basis for the portion of tuition paid that pertains to religious instruction. The amount of this receipt varies from year to year and is calculated in accordance with the Canada Revenue Agency requirements.
A family with three children, one in Grade 11, one in Grade 5 and one in Grade 2 would have the following monthly tuition payment:
Oldest Child .......................$690
Second Child .....................$273
Third Child .........................$187
TOTAL MONTHLY RATE ....$1,150
- Registration Fee $150 per child. Due upon acceptance to Pacific Academy. (NON-REFUNDABLE)
- Student Damage Deposit $50 per child Kindergarten through grade 8. $150 per student grades 9-12 up to $250 max. per family. Due on or before September 1st.
- Re-enrolment Fee $50 per student. Due upon re-enrolment in March.
- Grade 12 $40 per month graduation activity fee is included in the above schedule.
- IB Program $125 per month is payable in addition to the above schedule for students enrolled in the IB program.
For families who require tuition assistance please contact the registrar, Sharon Scott - email@example.com
Junior Kindergarten Fee Schedule
Sibling discounts do not apply to Junior Kindergarten fees
|Monday, Wednesday, Friday||$174/month||Registration & Activity Fee||$174/year|
|Tuesday, Thursday||$116/month||Registration & Activity Fee||$116/year|
|Monday - Friday
|$290/month||Registration & Activity Fee||$290/year|
Registration/Activity fees (non-refundable) are payable upon acceptance in the Junior Kindergarten class.
If you are a family that is in need of financial assistance, but would like your child to attend Junior Kindergarten, please note that you may qualify for BC Childcare Subsidy. This is a program that offers financial support for families in need. Please note that the subsidy does not cover all costs related to Junior Kindergarten, and parents are responsible for any outstanding tuition and activity fees. For more information, including details in regard to eligibility and the application process, please visit the following website: http://www.mcf.gov.bc.ca/childcare/subsidy/eligibility.htm.
Below is our standard policy relating to tuition payments. PDF of this policy.
Policies relating to tuition payments:
- Standard tuition rates apply to all students admitted to the school.
- Tuition for the year is due the first day of the school year in September. To assist Pacific Academy families, the following options are available:
Annual Payment - Payment may be made by cash, cheque or money order. Any cheques for Annual payment should be dated September 1st and submitted to the business office by June 30 prior to the start of the school year.
Monthly Payments - Payment of 10% of the annual tuition is due on the first of each of the 10 months that school is in session (September to June). These payments must be made by pre-authorized debit. In the event that the pre-authorized debit is rejected by the family's financial institution, a $50 late payment fee will be charged.
- Students will not be readmitted until all financial obligations are met.
- If an account is outstanding as of June 30, students' names will be removed from the class lists.
- Continued failure to meet the above-stated obligations to the school ON TIME may result in re-registration being refused.
- When a student is suspended, expelled or asked to withdraw, tuition for the balance of the year remains due.
- When a student voluntarily withdraws from the school for any reason, one full calendar month's notice must be given or 10% of the annual tuition fee paid.
- When a student leaves Pacific Academy for any reason, including graduation, all unpaid accounts remain due to the school.
- A student fee is required to cover the costs of damaged or lost school property or, in some cases, field trips or unexpected expenses that may be incurred during the school year. This amount must be topped-up at the beginning of each school year.
- Inability to comply with any of the above policies must be communicated to the Director of Finance and alternate arrangements may be available if extenuating circumstances exist.