Continuous Enrollment (CE) allows us to better fulfill our purpose and mission in the lives of students. It provides priority enrollment to current students to save their position in their classroom for the following school year. When students are continuously enrolled, from their initial enrollment into the school system until they graduate from Cascade Christian High School, the CE system lets us maximize our resources to provide Christian education to our families at the highest level of excellence.
The CE payment is the “down payment” on each student’s tuition for the following school year. This nonrefundable payment is collected in order to assist the CCS administration in effectively planning for staffing and curriculum for the following school year. The payment amount is subtracted from the total yearly tuition.
Variable Tuition awards will be sent by email about two weeks after a completed application has been submitted and a minimum of the first CE tuition down payment installment has been paid.
*For your CE payment to be withdrawn automatically, it is important to be enrolled in “auto pay” under incidental expense charges in your FACTS account for the 2022-23 school year.
Each student’s nonrefundable CE payment (down payment on the next school year’s tuition) will be posted to FACTS by the first week of January.
The CE payment of $165 for KPrep through 12th grade will be divided into three smaller payments of $55 each and applied to each student’s FACTS account for withdrawal on January 20, February 20, and March 20.
FACTS payers who do not want their CE payment applied to their FACTS account must notify the Business Department on or before December 1.
If you are unsure whether your student(s) will be returning to CCS next year, you may contact the CCS Business Department to postpone your CE payment date.
If you choose to postpone your CE payment and then determine that your student will not be returning to CCS, you are still responsible for contacting the Business Department and following the withdrawal process at least 10 days prior to your new CE payment date.
Please note that if your CE payment is not paid by January 20, your student will not be placed on a class list and, depending on availability, may lose his or her space in that class.
(Also note that in order to receive a Variable Tuition offer letter by email, you must pay at least one-third of your CE tuition down payment.)
(Does not apply to students entering kindergarten or junior high.) Please contact your current campus office if you are interested in transferring to another CCS campus.
Beginning February 1, families who have requested transfers and new applicants will be given preference on class lists over any returning students who have not paid their CE payment. Once that payment has been paid, the returning students are added to the waiting list and placed on a class list as space becomes available.
No refunds of the CE payment will be given after February 1, unless one of the following applies:
Only for these exceptions will the CE payment, minus a $25 administrative fee, be refunded once the family has emailed the Business Department to let CCS know they won’t be returning.
All accounts must be current in order to keep your CE status active. Please email the Business Department or call (253) 841-1776 if your student’s 2022-23 CE tuition down payment does not get billed to your account.
Click here for 2022-2023 tuition amounts. Also included are potential student fees. Tuition rates for the following school year are determined at the end of December each year and are posted to the website in January.
Once a completed Variable Tuition application and supporting documents are submitted and verified before April 22, the student’s enrollment becomes contingent upon acceptance of Variable Tuition. Variable Tuition will be awarded only when accounts are current.
If the Variable Tuition award does not work for the family, CE payments minus a $25 administrative fee are refundable only if the Variable Tuition application is complete and the deadline was met.
Currently enrolled families may apply for Variable Tuition anytime after January 1. The application must be completed and verified by FACTS Grant & Aid by the April 22 deadline.
Variable Tuition award letters are sent to current families after the first CE payment installment is paid in January. If a family desires earlier notification of their Variable Tuition amount, they may pay their CE payment in full through their FACTS account after it has been posted in early January.
Variable Tuition application fees are paid directly to FACTS Grant and Aid, a third-party company, and are nonrefundable.
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The CE payment does not apply to licensed childcare program students unless they are entering traditional school (which includes part-day KPrep 3s/4s and 4s/5s, and kindergarten) at CCS.
To maintain priority sibling status, complete the application by April 1.
The CE payment and processes are the same. Contact the high school registrar to coordinate your student’s schedule and Running Start contract.
Please contact the Business Department.
From CCS Enrollment Application:
WITHDRAWAL PROCESS AND WITHDRAWAL FEE: In order to withdraw, families must follow the CCS withdrawal process. If a student withdraws after May 1 but prior to the start of school, a 10% withdrawal fee of the annual contract will be due. If a student withdraws after the start of school, tuition is prorated on a daily basis. A 10% withdrawal fee of the annual contract will be added to the prorated tuition, and the total is due. Requests for the transfer of student records during the academic term will be processed only when a student’s account with Cascade Christian Schools is current. Year-end records will not be sent until the family’s account is paid in full.
Withdrawal process: Once a family notifies the campus or Business Department of their intent to withdraw, they will receive an email with a link to the Intent to Withdraw Form. After they submit the Intent to Withdraw Form, they must also complete the campus checkout procedures and reconcile their tuition and fees account before the withdrawal is final.