A non-refundable Registration Fee is payable each year when a student is enrolled. This fee covers an enrollment expenses, bookkeeping services, and insures placement for enrollment. There is also a Book Fee that differs with grade level. We use abeka curriculum which is purchased each year. Tuition may be paid yearly, each semester, or on a 10-month pay plan. There is a $50 fee on all returned checks.
For those choosing the 10-month pay plan, payments are due on the first of each month. These payments begin August 1st and the last payment is due on April 1st. A $10 Late Fee will be charged on the tenth of every month when payment is not received. Parents are asked to schedule a meeting with the Superintendent should problems arise concerning payment of tuition.
$50 Registration Fee (if coming from Learning Center) • $75 Registration Fee (if new student) • $30 Supply Fee • Book Fee (see below) • $50 Graduation Fee • $250 Monthly Tuition ($2500 Annual Tuition)
· $50 Registration Fee (if returning student)
· $75 Registration Fee (if new student)
· $30 Supply Fee
· $50 Testing Fee
· $50 Graduation Fee (if Kindergarten or 8th grade)
· Book Fee (see below)
· $325 Monthly Tuition ($3250 Annual Tuition)—locker fee middle $15.00
· $75 Registration Fee (if returning student)
· $100 Registration Fee (if new student)
· $25 Lab Fee
· $25 Locker Fee
· $30 Supply Fee
· $50 Testing Fee
· $50 Graduation Fee (if 12th grade)
· Book Fee (see below)
· $385 Monthly Tuition ($3850 Annual Tuition)
· Kindergarten-4 $100.00
· Kindergarten-5 $151.00
· 1st Grade - $312.00
· 2nd Grade- $299.00
· 3rd Grade -$299.00
· 4th Grade-$285.00
· 5th Grade-$283.00
· 6th Grade- $288.00
· 7th Grade-$209.00
· 8th Grade-$197.00
· 9th Grade-$ 268.00
· 10th Grade -$250.00
· 11th Grade- $290.00
· 12th Grade- $165.00
$10 per day for Kindergarten-4 students (1:00-5:30)
$7 per day for Kindergarten-5 – 12 years old (3:15-5:30)
$65 Additional Fee if student is picked up after 5:30
WCS provides an exceptional day care that functions as an advanced preschool for children ages one to four. Our facility offers a modern, safe environment for students equipped with a continuous camera and recording system. The center is located in the elementary building of our campus. The WCS Learning Center follows the age appropriate abeka curriculum which provides students with a healthy balance of playtime, social skills reinforcement, language development, phonics, music, and art.
The abeka preschool program also offers daily lessons on good habits, motor skills, character development, and readiness skills. The Director and staff are Christians dedicated to inspiring and developing good habits and Christian attitudes in their students.
The following MUST be submitted to the WCS office PRIOR to a new student’s enrollment in the Learning Center:
· Completed application
· Nonrefundable Registration Fee
· Nonrefundable Supply Fee
· Nonrefundable Book Fee
· Copy of Birth Certificate
· Copy of Social Security Card
· Immunization Certificate
The WCS Learning Center opens at 7:00AM and remains open until 5:30PM, Monday through Friday. A child being picked up after 5:30PM (including after school students) will result in a flat rate additional fee of $65. After three occurrences of this, the matter will go before the Wesley Christian School Board for a decision on the enrollment of the student.
We know that learning is easier when you have an excellent teacher. That's why most of our educators have achieved an advanced degree in their field. Our faculty are passionate about the subjects they teach and bring this enthusiasm into their lessons.
Wesley Christian School is an integral part of the ministry of the Allen Christ United Methodist Church and operates under the church bylaws. A School Board, comprised of six members, meets regularly, although not directly involved in daily school operations. As necessary, the Board does participate in decisions of policy, procedure, and school discipline. The Board is responsible for calling a Superintendent, whose job is to manage the school on a day-to-day basis. The Superintendent works closely with the School Board and the Senior Pastor to provide leadership to the total Christian Education Program of the school.
Philosophy, Purpose, and Goals
The philosophy of Wesley Christian School is Christ-centered. We believe that we must be Bible-oriented and dedicated to the proposition that every student is worthy of individual time, effort, and prayer.
The purpose of Wesley Christian School is to provide a Christian environment in which each student will have the opportunity to hear the plan of salvation, to receive Christ as their personal Savior, and to develop a positive Christian philosophy for living. We believe that by promoting high academic standards, we help enable our students to function effectively in the world that awaits them.
Among the goals of Wesley Christian School are the following: 1.) help develop in students good habits, 2.) build in students Christian attitudes, 3.) ensure the safety of every student. We trust that these characteristics will establish the Spiritual, mental, emotional, and social maturity of our students. The training of children is regarded as the joint responsibility of the home, the church, and the school. Whenever these three institutions operate in the same direction, Christian character is developed.
Our mission is to embrace the pursuit of excellence both inside and outside the classroom. We encourage critical thinking and emphasize the learning process over rote memorization.
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