ADMISSIONS & TUITION
Grace Christian School welcomes students and families from all backgrounds that meet the academic entrance requirements, have the potential to complete our standard and enhanced curriculum, and wish to be engaged in a critical thinking educational platform taught in a manner consistent with a Biblical worldview.
Acceptance is contingent upon the results of the interview and an examination of records. Student(s) may be accepted at grade level, placed at a lower grade level, accepted on probation, or not accepted.
Age Requirements (PEI School Act)
Junior Kindergarten: Four years of age on or before December 31 of the current school year.
Kindergarten: Five years of age on or before December 31 of the current school year.
Grade One: Six years of age on or before December 31 of the current school year.
Withdrawals must be made by the parent in person through the principal’s office. Official withdrawal forms will be processed and the necessary signatures obtained. Records will not be released until all bills are paid and all textbooks and materials have been returned. A family that withdraws their children after September 30th will be charged an additional two months tuition payment.
TUITION & FEES
Tuition and fee structures for Grace Christian School are reviewed annually and are therefore subject to change. A current bill structure can be obtained from the school office. Monthly payments for the school bill are accepted as a convenience to school families. The school committee requires that monthly payments begin September 1 for 10 consecutive months.
Grace Christian School is a non-profit division of Grace Baptist Church and it does not solicit nor accept direct government funding.
It is the goal of Grace Christian School to work with all families so that attending GCS is possible and financially attainable. The following payment options are available:
- Pay tuition in full by the first week of September and save $150
- Pay monthly over 10 months beginning in September
- Set up a special payment arrangement approved by the administration
Further information on payment and admissions policies can be found in our