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Tuition & Fees

Tuition and Fee Schedule
Enrollment Fees Grade 2024-25 Tuition
(one payment)*
Application/Testing Fee: $225 Per new student; due with application; non-refundable
New Student Enrollment Fee: $520 Per new student; due upon acceptance; non-refundable
PK3 & PK4 $12,200
K-2nd $13,600
3rd-5th $14,700
6th $16,900
7th $17,600
8th $18,400
9-12th $20,300
*$500 Tuition Insurance fee required for all payment plans.
**3% discount applied for payment in full. ($500 Tuition
Insurance fee is optional.)

2024 Important Dates
January 4 – February 15 Enrollment is open for returning students.
Feb 16 Late enrollment fee of $875 incurred.
Enrollment opens for new students; space is no longer guaranteed for returning students.
March 31 Deadline to pay tuition in full, complete account setup with FACTS for monthly payments, or secure a tuition loan through
May 1, 5, 15, 20 FACTS tuition drafts begin.
Fall Semester Cougar Fund Raffle, $360 per student.

Extended Care
Northland offers several extended care plans for elementary school students. Annual five-day plans are listed below.
Plan 1 6:45 a.m. – 7:30 a.m. $800
Plan 2 3:30 p.m. – 6:15 p.m. $1,900
Plan 3 6:45 a.m. – 6:15 p.m. $2,700
Drop-In Daily Rate $35/morning; $35/afternoon until 4:30 p.m. or $45 until 6:15 p.m.
Northland offers after school care for Secondary students from 3:20 p.m. – 6:15 p.m. each school day, for an annual fee of $1,700 or on a drop-in basis for $35 per day.


Tuition Insurance – A $500 fee will be assesed to any families not paying tuition in full and to any full paying families who opt to enroll. This fee covers withdrawal or dismissals that occur during the school year that the policy covers. (2-week attendance required during the current school year to qualify.)

Sibling Tuition Discount – The oldest student in the family will pay full tuition. Siblings discounts are as follows: 10% second child, 20% third child, and 30% fourth child. This discount may not be combined with any other discounts.

Alumni Discount – Students who are children of Northland graduates will receive a 10% alumni discount on tuition. One discount per family. This discount may not be combined with any other discounts.

Minister’s Discount – Qualifying full-time employees of a local Christian church may be eligible to receive a 25% ministerial discount. One discount per family. This discount cannot be combined with any other discounts.

Military & First Responders Discount – Parent/Guardian can submit a DD214 or active duty paperwork along with a copy of their government issued ID to receive this 25% discount. One discount per family. This discount cannot be combined with any other discounts. (Qualified First Responders are EMTs, Paramedics, Fire Fighters, and Police Officers)

NCS Preschool to Elementary Transition Discount – Students enrolled in the NCS PK4s program will be granted a one-time 5% discount to be applied towards Kindergarten or LEAP tuition.

Discounts cannot be stacked. Families receiving a staff or
minister’s discount are not eligible for the Transition Discount.

Tuition Payments – Balances not paid in full by March 31 must be paid through FACTS Management or via a funded loan through FACTS charges an annual fee of $55. FACTS will draft via bank account or credit card. All payments of tuition or fees made with a credit card or debit card will incur a transaction fee (fees vary by card type).

Locked Tuition Rate Prepayment – Students entering grades 9-11 may opt for a “tuition lock” by prepaying tuition for the next 2 to 4 years at the current tuition rate. The first year’s tuition payment will be due in full by March 31. Any remaining balance of future year(s) prepaid tuition owed will be due by August 31 to qualify for a “tuition lock”.

Tuition Assistance – The online application is separate from the enrollment process. Please go to the Northland website Admissions tab, then select Tuition Assistance. Scroll to the bottom of the page and select “Apply Now”. The deadline for application and priority consideration is February 28.

Tuition Financing Options
1. One payment in full by March 31. 3% discount applied for payment in full.
2. Twelve monthly payments beginning May, final tuition payments for all monthly plans must be completed by April
30. $500 tuition insurance is required for all payment plans.
3. Extended financing terms up to 84 months with an education loan through Your Tuition Solution. For additional information or to apply, visit their website at This company provides loans at a low fixed rate. There are no pre-payment penalties or application fees.

Tuition Obligation for Withdrawals Policy
If an enrolled student withdraws prior to the start of school, the family is obligated to pay tuition for the upcoming school year based on the month that the Admissions Office receives written notification. Tuition obligation is as follows:

1/31     $0
3/31     $1,000
4/30     $2,000
5/31     $3,000
6/30     $Half of tuition is due
After 6/30     Full tuition is due

If a student withdraws, or is otherwise dismissed, during the school year, the terms of the tuition insurance policy (if elected) will prevail. Otherwise, tuition and all other fees are due upon withdrawal or dismissal.

New Family Referral Tuition Credit – Only one current family will be credited for referring a new family. In order for the referring family to receive the $750 tuition credit, the New Family Referral form must be signed and dated by the new family and submitted with the new student’s Application for Admission. Once the new family has been enrolled for one semester, the referring family will receive the $750 tuition credit. This referral credit has no cash value, can be carried forward one year, and is non- transferable. Only one $750 tuition credit will be issued per new family. Northland faculty and staff are not eligible to receive this credit.

MacBook Computer and/or iPad – All 6th through 8th grade students are required to have an iPad. All 9th through 12th grade students are required to have a MacBook computer. Please contact Vicki Louden at for minimum specifications for the required device.



    • PK/Elementary class activity fees range from $35 to $150 per semester, depending on grade level.
    • Middle & high school students may be assessed fees for class related expenses (i.e. class shirts, etc.).
    • A limited number of middle and high school classes require special equipment or supplies (i.e. choir, art, photography, robotics). Special class fees may be assessed depending on class requirements.
    • Optional educational, athletic, and service trips are offered each year. These include academic meets, fine arts competitions, European travel, senior trip, and other events. The cost of these trips is not included in tuition.
    • AP and Dual Credit courses have additional fees which are not included in tuition.
    • Athletic and other extracurricular teams may be assessed fees for team related expenses (i.e. pre- game meals, t- shirts, etc.).
    • Delinquent balances will be assessed a late fee.
    • A summer program is provided for students who have completed K-5th grade. A variety of sports, fine arts, and academic camps are conducted for middle and high school students. Programs and rates are announced during the spring each year.
    Cougar Fund Raffle -Tuition and fees do not cover the cost of education. Therefore, we rely on the Cougar Fund’s mandatory giving to bridge the gap. Families are asked to participate in the Cougar Fund Raffle each Fall by selling $360 worth of raffle tickets (12 books/student). If the 12-raffle book quota is not met, the amount will be added to the tuition bill in April.

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