Tuition & Fees

At a Glance

Day Students

Grades K-5

Enrollment Fee
$250 (one-time)

Tuition
$200 (monthly)

Optional Fees
$57-$142 (monthly)

Grades 6-8

Enrollment Fee
$530-540 (one-time)

Tuition
$200 (monthly)

Optional Fees
$57-$142 (monthly)

Grades 9-12

Enrollment Fee
$760-835 (one-time)

Tuition
$200 (monthly)

Optional Fees
$57-$142 (monthly)

Boarding Students

U.S. Citizen Grades 8-12

Enrollment Fee
$850-1,050 (one-time)

Tuition
$1,800 (one-time)

Room & Board
$8,250 (one-time)

International Grades 8-12

Enrollment Fee
$2,355-2,555 (one-time)

Tuition
$1,800 (one-time)

Room & Board
$8,250 (one-time)

The Details

K-5th Grade

1. Enrollment Fee: $250

Item Amount Comment
Book fee $195 This fee is used to purchase textbooks for the student.
Accident Insurance $25 Students are covered by an accidental injury policy that covers accidents occurring during the school day or school activities.
Yearbook $30 The oldest child in the family is required to purchase a yearbook. Parents may opt to not purchase a yearbook for younger siblings.

2. Tuition: $1,800

Item Amount Comment
Tuition $200 per month The school year is divided into 9 months (September – May).

3. Optional Fees

Item Amount Comment
Transportation Jackson: $65 per month per family. Campton: $85 per month per family. Mt. Carmel School operates two van routes to Jackson and Campton which transport students to and from school. These fees may change, depending upon the number of families participating in the program.
Lunch Meal $57 per month Students may also purchase lunch by the day at $3.00 per day.

Payment Schedules

  1. Enrollment fees are one-time fees paid at the beginning of the school year to enroll the child.
  2. Tuition is a monthly fee paid each month from September through May.

Financial Aid

  1. Families who meet income qualifications receive a Family Assistance Grant which reduces their monthly tuition to $95.
  2. Families with multiple children enrolled receive a tuition rebate to ensure that tuition payments do not exceed $350 per month.
  3. Families may participate in our school work program. For each hour worked, the student receives a credit of $7.25 toward tuition. Family members and students who are 14 or older are eligible to participate.
  4. Additional financial aid is available for families. Mt. Carmel School has a mission of seeing students academically equipped and spiritually transformed by the power of the Holy Spirit through Christian education. Therefore, we want to see all students who wish to come to Mt. Carmel School to be able to do so, regardless of family income. If you have concerns over your ability to afford Mt. Carmel School, please contact us so that we can discuss financial aid options with you.

K-5th Grade

1. Enrollment Fee: $250

Book fee – $195
This fee is used to purchase textbooks for the student.

Accident Insurance – $25
Students are covered by an accidental injury policy that covers accidents occurring during the school day or school activities.

Yearbook – $30
The oldest child in the family is required to purchase a yearbook. Parents may opt to not purchase a yearbook for younger siblings.

2. Tuition: $1,800

Tuition – $200 per month
The school year is divided into 9 months (September – May).

3. Optional Fees

Transportation
Jackson: $65 per month per family
Campton: $85 per month per family
Mt. Carmel School operates two van routes to Jackson and Campton which transport students to and from school. These fees may change, depending upon the number of families participating in the program.

Lunch Meal – $57 per month
Students may also purchase lunch by the day at $3.00 per day.

Payment Schedules

  1. Enrollment fees are one-time fees paid at the beginning of the school year to enroll the child.
  2. Tuition is a monthly fee paid each month from September through May.

Financial Aid

  1. Families who meet income qualifications receive a Family Assistance Grant which reduces their monthly tuition to $95.
  2. Families with multiple children enrolled receive a tuition rebate to ensure that tuition payments do not exceed $350 per month.
  3. Families may participate in our school work program. For each hour worked, the student receives a credit of $7.25 toward tuition. Family members and students who are 14 or older are eligible to participate.
  4. Additional financial aid is available for families. Mt. Carmel School has a mission of seeing students academically equipped and spiritually transformed by the power of the Holy Spirit through Christian education. Therefore, we want to see all students who wish to come to Mt. Carmel School to be able to do so, regardless of family income. If you have concerns over your ability to afford Mt. Carmel School, please contact us so that we can discuss financial aid options with you.

6th-8th Grade Day Students

1. Enrollment Fee: $530 for grades 6-7, $540 for 8

ItemAmountComment
Book fee$200This fee is used to purchase textbooks and curriculum supplies for the student.
Accident Insurance$25Students are covered by an accidental injury policy that covers accidents occurring during the school day or school activities.
Yearbook$30The oldest child in the family is required to purchase a yearbook. Parents may opt to not purchase a yearbook for younger siblings.
Processing fee$25This fee is charged only once per family to the oldest child.
Technology fee$150This fee funds technology used in the classroom. There will be an additional $50 for each additional device on the network.
Class Dues6-7 – $50
8 – $60
Class dues pay for activities planned throughout the year.

2. Tuition: $1,800

ItemAmountComment
Tuition$200 per monthThe school year is divided into 9 months (September – May).

3. Optional Fees

ItemAmountComment
Transportation

Jackson: $65 per month per family.

Campton: $85 per month per family.

Mt. Carmel School operates two van routes to Jackson and Campton which transport students to and from school. These fees may change, depending upon the number of families participating in the program.
Lunch Meal$57 per monthStudents may also purchase lunch by the day at $3.00 per day.

Financial Aid

  1. Families who meet income qualifications receive a Family Assistance Grant which reduces their monthly tuition to $95.
  2. Families with multiple children enrolled receive a tuition rebate to ensure that tuition payments do not exceed $350 per month.
  3. Students who attend KMHA churches are eligible to receive a KMHA scholarship that provides a 50% tuition rebate.
  4. Families may participate in our school work program. For each hour worked, the student receives a credit of $7.25 toward tuition. Family members and students who are 14 or older are eligible to participate. Students may work full time during the summer as part of this program.
  5. Additional financial aid is available for families. Mt. Carmel School has a mission of seeing students academically equipped and spiritually transformed by the power of the Holy Spirit through Christian education. Therefore, we want to see all students who wish to come to Mt. Carmel School to be able to do so, regardless of family income. If you have concerns over your ability to afford Mt. Carmel School, please contact us so that we can discuss financial aid options with you.

6th-8th Grade Day Students

1. Enrollment Fee: $530 for grades 6-7, $540 for 8

Book fee – $200
This fee is used to purchase textbooks and curriculum supplies for the student.

Accident Insurance – $25
Students are covered by an accidental injury policy that covers accidents occurring during the school day or school activities.

Yearbook – $30
The oldest child in the family is required to purchase a yearbook. Parents may opt to not purchase a yearbook for younger siblings.

Processing Fee – $25
This fee is charged only once per family to the oldest child.

Technology fee – $150
This fee funds technology used in the classroom. There will be an additional $50 for each additional device on the network.

Class Dues
6-7 – $50
8 – $60
Class dues pay for activities planned throughout the year.

Activity fee – $50
This fee is used to fund activities planned for students throughout the school year.

2. Tuition: $1,800

Tuition – $200 per month
The school year is divided into 9 months (September – May).

3. Optional Fees

Transportation
Jackson: $65 per month per family
Campton: $85 per month per family
Mt. Carmel School operates two van routes to Jackson and Campton which transport students to and from school. These fees may change, depending upon the number of families participating in the program.

Lunch Meal – $57 per month
Students may also purchase lunch by the day at $3.00 per day.

Payment Schedules

  1. Enrollment fees are one-time fees paid at the beginning of the school year to enroll the child.
  2. Tuition is a monthly fee paid each month from September through May.

Financial Aid

  1. Families who meet income qualifications receive a Family Assistance Grant which reduces their monthly tuition to $95.
  2. Families with multiple children enrolled receive a tuition rebate to ensure that tuition payments do not exceed $350 per month.
  3. Students who attend KMHA churches are eligible to receive a KMHA scholarship that provides a 50% tuition rebate.
  4. Families may participate in our school work program. For each hour worked, the student receives a credit of $7.25 toward tuition. Family members and students who are 14 or older are eligible to participate. Students may work full time during the summer as part of this program.
  5. Additional financial aid is available for families. Mt. Carmel School has a mission of seeing students academically equipped and spiritually transformed by the power of the Holy Spirit through Christian education. Therefore, we want to see all students who wish to come to Mt. Carmel School to be able to do so, regardless of family income. If you have concerns over your ability to afford Mt. Carmel School, please contact us so that we can discuss financial aid options with you.

9th-12th Grade Day Students

1. Enrollment Fee: $760 for grades 9-10, $835 for 11-12

ItemAmountComment
Book fee$200This fee is used to purchase textbooks and curriculum supplies for the student.
Accident Insurance$80Students are covered by an accidental injury policy that covers accidents occurring during the school day or school activities.
Yearbook$30The oldest child in the family is required to purchase a yearbook. Parents may opt to not purchase a yearbook for younger siblings.
Processing fee$25This fee is charged only once per family to the oldest child.
Technology fee$250This fee funds technology used in the classroom for two devices. There will be an additional $50 charge for each additional device on the network.
Class Dues9-10 – $75
11-12 – $150
Class dues pay for activities planned for each grade level throughout the year. In addition, senior dues cover diplomas and cap/gown purchases for graduation.
Activity Fee$100This fee is used to fund activities planned for students throughout the school year.

2. Tuition: $1,800

ItemAmountComment
Tuition$200 per monthThe school year is divided into 9 months (September – May).

3. Optional Fees

ItemAmountComment
TransportationJackson: $65 per month per family.

Campton: $85 per month per family.
Mt. Carmel School operates two van routes to Jackson and Campton which transport students to and from school. These fees may change, depending upon the number of families participating in the program.
Lunch Meal$57 per monthStudents may also purchase lunch by the day at $3.00 per day.

Financial Aid

  1. Families who meet income qualifications receive a Family Assistance Grant which reduces their monthly tuition to $95.
  2. Families with multiple children enrolled receive a tuition rebate to ensure that tuition payments do not exceed $350 per month.
  3. Students who attend KMHA churches are eligible to receive a KMHA scholarship that provides a 50% tuition rebate.
  4. Families may participate in our school work program. For each hour worked, the student receives a credit of $7.25 toward tuition. Family members and students who are 14 or older are eligible to participate. Students may work full time during the summer as part of this program.
  5. Additional financial aid is available for families. Mt. Carmel School has a mission of seeing students academically equipped and spiritually transformed by the power of the Holy Spirit through Christian education. Therefore, we want to see all students who wish to come to Mt. Carmel School to be able to do so, regardless of family income. If you have concerns over your ability to afford Mt. Carmel School, please contact us so that we can discuss financial aid options with you.

9th-12th Grade Day Students

1. Enrollment Fee: $760 for grades 9-10, $835 for 11-12

Book fee – $200
This fee is used to purchase textbooks and curriculum supplies for the student.

Accident Insurance – $80
Students are covered by an accidental injury policy that covers accidents occurring during the school day or school activities.

Yearbook – $30
The oldest child in the family is required to purchase a yearbook. Parents may opt to not purchase a yearbook for younger siblings.

Processing Fee – $25
This fee is charged only once per family to the oldest child.

Technology fee – $250
This fee funds technology used in the classroom for two devices. There will be an additional $50 charge for each additional device on the network.

Class Dues
9-10 – $75
11-12 – $150
Class dues pay for activities planned for each grade level throughout the year. In addition, senior dues cover diplomas and cap/gown purchases for graduation.

Activity fee – $100
This fee is used to fund activities planned for students throughout the school year.

2. Tuition: $1,800

Tuition – $200 per month
The school year is divided into 9 months (September – May).

3. Optional Fees

Transportation
Jackson: $65 per month per family
Campton: $85 per month per family
Mt. Carmel School operates two van routes to Jackson and Campton which transport students to and from school. These fees may change, depending upon the number of families participating in the program.

Lunch Meal – $57 per month
Students may also purchase lunch by the day at $3.00 per day.

Financial Aid

  1. Families who meet income qualifications receive a Family Assistance Grant which reduces their monthly tuition to $95.
  2. Families with multiple children enrolled receive a tuition rebate to ensure that tuition payments do not exceed $350 per month.
  3. Students who attend KMHA churches are eligible to receive a KMHA scholarship that provides a 50% tuition rebate.
  4. Families may participate in our school work program. For each hour worked, the student receives a credit of $7.25 toward tuition. Family members and students who are 14 or older are eligible to participate. Students may work full time during the summer as part of this program.
  5. Additional financial aid is available for families. Mt. Carmel School has a mission of seeing students academically equipped and spiritually transformed by the power of the Holy Spirit through Christian education. Therefore, we want to see all students who wish to come to Mt. Carmel School to be able to do so, regardless of family income. If you have concerns over your ability to afford Mt. Carmel School, please contact us so that we can discuss financial aid options with you.

8th-12th Grade U.S. Citizen Boarding Students

1. Enrollment Fee: $850-$960 for grade 8, $865-$975 for 9-10, and $940-$1,050 for 12

ItemAmountComment
Book fee$200This fee is used to purchase textbooks and curriculum supplies for the student.
Accident Insurance$185Students are covered by an accidental injury policy that covers accidents occurring during the school day or school activities.
Yearbook$30The oldest child in the family is required to purchase a yearbook. Parents may opt to not purchase a yearbook for younger siblings.
Processing fee$25This fee is charged only once per family to the oldest child.
Technology fee$250This fee funds technology used in the classroom for two devices. There will be an additional $50 charge for each additional device on the network.
Class Dues8 – $60
9-10 – $75
11-12 – $150
Class dues pay for activities planned for each grade level throughout the year. In addition, senior dues cover diplomas and cap/gown purchases for graduation.
Activity fee$100This fee is used to fund activities planned for students throughout the school year.
Varsity Sports feeBasketball/volleyball – $60
Soccer – $50
These fees are charged to students who participate in varsity sports. Students who plan to join a sports team will be required to sign up at the beginning of the year. Students may also join at the beginning of sports season, but they will be charged a $25 late fee. Students who sign up for a sports team and are then unable to participate in the sport will receive a full refund if they withdraw from the team before the season begins.

2. Tuition: $1,800

ItemAmountComment
Tuition$1,800These fees pay for the classes taken by the student.

3. Room & Board

ItemAmountComment
Room & Board$8,250These fees pay for housing and food for the student during the school year.

4. Personal Expenses

ItemAmountComment
Personal ExpensesParents may send any amount they wish.We discourage students from keeping large amounts of money in their room. Parents may send money for their student to use during each semester. Students may withdraw from this account during the year to pay for personal expenses. Any money that is not spent is returned to the student at the end of the semester.

Payment Schedules

  1. Enrollment fees are due by August 1st.
  2. Tuition and Room/Board fees are divided into semester payments. Payment for the first semester is due by August 1st. Payment for the second semester is due by the last day of the first semester.
  3. The personal expenses deposit is due 10 days before the start of each semester.

Financial Aid

  1. Families who qualify will receive the Family Assistance Grant, a rebate of $1,620 from room and board.
  2. Students may participate in the Student Work Program. By working 8 hours per week, students can earn approximately $2,000 per year toward their school fees. Students can apply to work up to 12 hours per week in order to increase this amount.
  3. For special circumstances, families may apply for additional financial aid. This is granted on a case by case basis according to individual family need.

8th-12th Grade U.S. Citizen Boarding Students

1. Enrollment Fee: $850-$960 for grade 8, $865-$975 for 9-10, and $940-$1,050 for 12

Book fee – $200
This fee is used to purchase textbooks and curriculum supplies for the student.

Accident Insurance – $185
Students are covered by an accidental injury policy that covers accidents occurring during the school day or school activities.

Yearbook – $30
The oldest child in the family is required to purchase a yearbook. Parents may opt to not purchase a yearbook for younger siblings.

Processing Fee – $25
This fee is charged only once per family to the oldest child.

Technology fee – $250
This fee funds technology used in the classroom for two devices. There will be an additional $50 charge for each additional device on the network.

Class Dues
8 – $60
9-10 – $75
11-12 – $150
Class dues pay for activities planned for each grade level throughout the year. In addition, senior dues cover diplomas and cap/gown purchases for graduation.

Activity fee – $100
This fee is used to fund activities planned for students throughout the school year.

Varsity Sports fee
Basketball/volleyball – $60
Soccer – $50
These fees are charged to students who participate in varsity sports. Students who plan to join a sports team will be required to sign up at the beginning of the year. Students may also join at the beginning of sports season, but they will be charged a $25 late fee. Students who sign up for a sports team and are then unable to participate in the sport will receive a full refund if they withdraw from the team before the season begins.

2. Tuition: $1,800

Tuition – $1,800
These fees pay for the classes taken by the student.

3. Room & Board

Room & Board – $8,250
These fees pay for housing and food for the student during the school year.

4. Personal Expenses

Personal Expenses – Parents may send any amount they wish.
We discourage students from keeping large amounts of money in their room. Parents may send money for their student to use during each semester. Students may withdraw from this account during the year to pay for personal expenses. Any money that is not spent is returned to the student at the end of the semester.

Payment Schedules

  1. Enrollment fees are due by August 1st.
  2. Tuition and Room/Board fees are divided into semester payments. Payment for the first semester is due by August 1st. Payment for the second semester is due by the last day of the first semester.
  3. The personal expenses deposit is due 10 days before the start of each semester.

Financial Aid

  1. Families who qualify will receive the Family Assistance Grant, a rebate of $1,620 from room and board.
  2. Students may participate in the Student Work Program. By working 8 hours per week, students can earn approximately $2,000 per year toward their school fees. Students can apply to work up to 12 hours per week in order to increase this amount.
  3. For special circumstances, families may apply for additional financial aid. This is granted on a case by case basis according to individual family need.

8th-12th Grade International Boarding Students

1. Enrollment Fee: $2,355-$2,465 for grade 8, $2,370-$2,480 for 9-10, and $2,445-$2,555 for 11-12

ItemAmountComment
Book fee$200This fee is used to purchase textbooks and curriculum supplies for the student.
Accident Insurance$185Students are covered by an accidental injury policy that covers accidents occurring during the school day or school activities.
Yearbook$30The oldest child in the family is required to purchase a yearbook. Parents may opt to not purchase a yearbook for younger siblings.
Processing fee$25This fee is charged only once per family to the oldest child.
Technology fee$250This fee funds technology used in the classroom for two devices. There will be an additional $50 charge for each additional device on the network.
Class Dues6-7 – $50
8 – $60
9-10 – $75
11-12 – $150
Class dues pay for activities planned for each grade level throughout the year. In addition, senior dues cover diplomas and cap/gown purchases for graduation.
Activity fee$100This fee is used to fund activities planned for students throughout the school year.
Varsity Sports feeBasketball/volleyball – $60
Soccer – $50
These fees are charged to students who participate in varsity sports. Students who plan to join a sports team will be required to sign up at the beginning of the year. Students may also join at the beginning of sports season, but they will be charged a $25 late fee. Students who sign up for a sports team and are then unable to participate in the sport will receive a full refund if they withdraw from the team before the season begins.
Health Insurance$785This covers health expenses related to illness.
International processing fee$720 and $220 for each additional family memberThis includes payment for transportation to and from the airport during school breaks.

2. Tuition: $1,800

ItemAmountComment
Tuition$1,800These fees pay for the classes taken by the student.

3. Room & Board

ItemAmountComment
Room & Board$8,250These fees pay for housing and food for the student during the school year.

4. Personal Expenses

ItemAmountComment
Personal Expenses$500 per semesterStudents are required to deposit this with the school at the beginning of each semester. Students may withdraw from this account during the year to pay for personal expenses. Any money that is not spent is returned to the student at the end of the semester.

Payment Schedules

  1. Enrollment fees are due by August 1st.
  2. Tuition and Room/Board fees are divided into semester payments. Payment for the first semester is due by August 1st. Payment for the second semester is due by the last day of the first semester.
  3. The personal expenses deposit is due 10 days before the start of each semester.
  4. New international students under the F-1 visa program are required to pay a deposit of $8,000 before July 7th in order to receive their I-20. The remainder of the first year’s school fees must be paid before the student is allowed to register.

Financial Aid

  1. Families who qualify will receive the Family Assistance Grant, a rebate of $1,620 from room and board.
  2. Students may participate in the Student Work Program. By working 8 hours per week, students can earn approximately $2,000 per year toward their school fees. Students can apply to work up to 12 hours per week in order to increase this amount.
  3. For special circumstances, families may apply for additional financial aid. This is granted on a case by case basis according to individual family need.

8th-12th Grade International Boarding Students

1. Enrollment Fee: $2,355-$2,465 for grade 8, $2,370-$2,480 for 9-10, and $2,445-$2,555 for 11-12

Book fee – $200
This fee is used to purchase textbooks and curriculum supplies for the student.

Accident Insurance – $185
Students are covered by an accidental injury policy that covers accidents occurring during the school day or school activities.

Yearbook – $30
The oldest child in the family is required to purchase a yearbook. Parents may opt to not purchase a yearbook for younger siblings.

Processing Fee – $25
This fee is charged only once per family to the oldest child.

Technology fee – $250
This fee funds technology used in the classroom for two devices. There will be an additional $50 charge for each additional device on the network.

Class Dues
6-7 – $50
8 – $60
9-10 – $75
11-12 – $150
Class dues pay for activities planned for each grade level throughout the year. In addition, senior dues cover diplomas and cap/gown purchases for graduation.

Activity fee – $100
This fee is used to fund activities planned for students throughout the school year.

Varsity Sports fee
Basketball/volleyball – $60
Soccer – $50
These fees are charged to students who participate in varsity sports. Students who plan to join a sports team will be required to sign up at the beginning of the year. Students may also join at the beginning of sports season, but they will be charged a $25 late fee. Students who sign up for a sports team and are then unable to participate in the sport will receive a full refund if they withdraw from the team before the season begins.

Health Insurance – $785
This covers health expenses related to illness.

International processing fee – $720 and $220 for each additional family member.
This includes payment for transportation to and from the airport during school breaks.

2. Tuition: $1,800

Tuition – $1,800
These fees pay for the classes taken by the student.

3. Room & Board

Room & Board – $8,250
These fees pay for housing and food for the student during the school year.

4. Personal Expenses

Personal Expenses – $500 per semester
Students are required to deposit this with the school at the beginning of each semester. Students may withdraw from this account during the year to pay for personal expenses. Any money that is not spent is returned to the student at the end of the semester.

Payment Schedules

  1. Enrollment fees are due by August 1st.
  2. Tuition and Room/Board fees are divided into semester payments. Payment for the first semester is due by August 1st. Payment for the second semester is due by the last day of the first semester.
  3. The personal expenses deposit is due 10 days before the start of each semester.
  4. New international students under the F-1 visa program are required to pay a deposit of $8,000 before July 7th in order to receive their I-20. The remainder of the first year’s school fees must be paid before the student is allowed to register.

Financial Aid

  1. Families who qualify will receive the Family Assistance Grant, a rebate of $1,620 from room and board.
  2. Students may participate in the Student Work Program. By working 8 hours per week, students can earn approximately $2,000 per year toward their school fees. Students can apply to work up to 12 hours per week in order to increase this amount.
  3. For special circumstances, families may apply for additional financial aid. This is granted on a case by case basis according to individual family need.
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