Tuition & Fees
Tuition and fees are set on an annual basis by the Board of Directors. Samuel Fuller School tuition includes all books. Tuition does not include school uniforms, school supplies, field trips, or co-curricular program fees.
Samuel Fuller School recognizes that many sacrifices must be made by families choosing to educate their children in a private Christian school. A limited amount of needs-based tuition assistance is available for those families who desire this type of education for their children but whose financial resources may make enrollment prohibitive. There are no multiple child tuition discounts; however, we encourage families to apply for tuition assistance if there is a financial need. Samuel Fuller School utilizes FAST/ISM in determining and allotting needs-based assistance.
Monthly tuition is due within the first five working days of each month. Families may also choose to pay on a quarterly or yearly basis.
Grammar & Logic School
Kindergarten - 8th Grade
9th - 12th Grade
Samuel Fuller School offers Tuition Assistance to families dependent on a number of factors including total (gross) family income, the number of family members, the number of children enrolled at SFS, and any additional extenuating financial circumstances. Please note that only families who have submitted an enrollment application will be considered for financial aid. Click to connect to our third-party tuition management and assistance company, FAST.
We encourage any family who is concerned about their ability to afford a Samuel Fuller School education to apply for Tuition Assistance. More than 30% of our families receive some level of assistance.
The Samuel Fuller School Tuition Assistance program has been an important part of the school’s financial plan for many years. From our earliest days, SFS has had a desire to reflect the larger Christian community in as many ways as possible, including a broad socio-economic representation among our families.
Tuition Assistance is as much a service to the school as it is a service to the families who benefit directly from it. A well-funded, need-based Tuition Assistance program increases the number of qualified candidates who can join our community, and it strengthens every program in the school by including precious students whose families could not otherwise provide classical and Christian education for their children.