Contact Us

© Copyright 2018 Skagit Adventist Academy

530 N. Section St.

Burlington, WA 98233

(360) 755-9261 

Email: info@skagitadventist.com

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Financial Information

 

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Other Anticipated Charges:

  • High School class dues - $50 per year will be charged to each high school student’s account. This non-refundable due will help cover graduation expenses and other senior-related costs.

  • While the actual choir or band class is part of tuition, there may be fees related to the renting of musical instruments, tours, or other activities related to these classes.

  • Field trips, year books, specific science lab experiments, extra-curricular activities, and/or certain school programs may require additional fees.

Tuition & Fees

 


Tuition is based on a yearly charge which is broken into 10 payments and is due by the 5th of each month. There is a non-refundable registration fee that covers certain school supplies, some science and computer equipment, insurance, library books, supplies for minor first aid, and other miscellaneous fees. Registration fees and first month of tuition are due on or before the first day of school in order for your child to be able to begin attending classes.

Tuition savings will be offered to families of 2 or more children enrolled full time: 2 children – 5%, 3 children – 10%, 4 or more children – 15%.

The constituent rates are for church members of the following churches: North Cascade SDA Church, Mount Vernon SDA Church, or the North Cascade Spanish SDA Church.

Skagit Adventist Academy desires to help families who are committed to Christian education despite financial struggles. There are some funds available to assist those families who have a real financial need in order to keep their children in our school. Students who receive student financial assistance must maintain a C grade average and exhibit positive school citizenship. Students who are 14 years or older and need financial assistance are expected to participate in work opportunities that are available for a limited number of students and parents. Monthly earnings from these work opportunities will be applied to the student’s account and any additional monthly balance owed is to be paid. There is a separate application and procedure to follow if you wish to apply for financial assistance or work opportunities. Please ask the office for the application and for more information.