I understand that upon enrollment, the parent/guardian is responsible for the child’s registration and tuition fees in the event that they are not paid by scholarship and/or donation.
I understand that the tuition fees may vary from what is listed above if the student's curriculum assessment provides an unexpected picture of the child’s current educational needs.
I understand that a supplementary fee of $90 for activities and $50 for field trips per student/per semester are due by October 1st and February 1st. This payment will be added to the family fundraising donations which are also due by the same dates.
I understand there is a $50 late fee for EACH delinquent payment or additional fee due beyond the 1st day of each month (or weekly deadline depending on your personal financial agreement with CE@WA). This could result in multiple $50 late fees on your invoice.
I understand if ANY payments due are 5 days late, the student(s) may not attend classes on the 6th day of the month or after until ALL payments are current.
I understand that this refers to ANY payments that are 5 days late, regardless of the amount.
I understand that all online payments must be made before midnight of the 31st (or the 5th if I am paying late). All payments receive a date and time stamp. I understand the staff will not be able to verify payments made any morning before school.
I understand if payments are 5 days late, the student(s) may not attend classes until all payments are current.
I understand when parents pay using the tuition payment plan, an administrative fee will be added to each tuition payment. (Payment schedule may be determined in part by parent/guardian credit score.)
I understand that until all tuition, supplemental fees and required donations are paid in full, I will receive a monthly invoice. I understand that this is done as a courtesy; however, it is my responsibility to keep track of my fees and tuition due and it is not the responsibility of CE@WA to remind me. If there is an error on the invoice, it is my responsibility to report it to the staff at CE@WA and make it right.
I understand if a student transfers prematurely during the school year for any reason, a written letter of withdrawal and all outstanding registration/tuition fees are due in full upon notice of the transfer. This includes but is not limited to scholarship amounts, which will then become the full responsibility of the parents to pay.
I also understand that student records will be sent to the new school of choice when in addition to all fees & tuitions due, uniforms, books, technology, instruments, etc., are all returned. All items must be in good condition, good repair, and in good working order, or parents will fully pay a compensatory cost to CE@WA for all replacements.
I understand that the McKay Scholarship, originally created in 1999, was intended for “extra” services (i.e. SSS, ESE, therapy, etc.) for students with disabilities at a public or private school. Now the McKay funds can be used for my child’s tuition at a private school thus, I may need to pay up to 49% more than the scholarship provides for these “extra” services.
I understand that if my child needs professional tutoring, counseling, speech/language, physical, occupational, or behavioral therapy outside of the school and my insurance does not cover it, I will pay the fee(s) to help my child be successful. If required, I will provide monthly documentation of therapy sessions to CE@WA.