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Tuition & Affordability

Are you interested in a quality Christian education but concerned that cost may be a barrier? At Oakland Christian School, we have great news! Our mission is to make this quality Christian education available to as many families as possible. 

We are proud to offer Variable Tuition to support our students and their families. This means that Oakland Christian School tuition rates differ for each family depending on their financial position. Tuition at OCS is not "one-size fits all", but rather a range. 

Variable Tuition is a need-based tuition assistance program similar to those used by many private schools, colleges, and universities. This program allows families to apply for reduced tuition that is right for their family's financial situation. This makes an Oakland Christian education affordable to many qualified students who could not otherwise join our school community. 

 

Ready to apply for Variable Tuition at Oakland Christian School?


Click the button below to begin the FACTS Grant & Aid Application, the first step in applying for Variable Tuition.

Variable Tuition FAQs

Variable Tuition is a need-based tuition assistance program similar to those used by many private schools, colleges, and universities. This program allows families to apply for reduced tuition that is right for their family's financial situation. Thus, this makes an Oakland Christian education affordable to many qualified students who could not otherwise join our school community.

Any family of a Jr Kindergarten - 12th-grade student may apply for Variable Tuition if they are concerned about affording the full tuition rate at Oakland Christian. Applications are submitted to our 3rd party service, FACTS, who makes a recommendation based on the criteria set by the school. OCS's Tuition Office will notify families of the Variable Tuition level for which they qualify.

A wide range of families with a variety of circumstances can qualify for the program. Many factors are evaluated, including income, assets, unusual expenses, and the size of the family. 

No. Admission applications and Variable Tuition applications are evaluated separately, and an application for Variable Tuition has no bearing on the admission process.

No. Only families who feel that they are not able to pay full tuition should submit an application.

Yes. A new FACTS Grant & Aid application must be submitted each year.

Yes. A family that does not qualify is welcome to reapply the following year.

Yes. For new students, an application for admission must be submitted separately from the FACTS Grant & Aid application.

No. Every family is required to make a financial investment in their child’s education. Our commitment to providing Variable Tuition means that we are sharing in that investment with you. No family will receive more than a 50% award on tuition.

Variable Tuition (FACTS Grant & Aid) applications may be submitted before, during, or after an Oakland Christian application is submitted.  You should apply for Variable Tuition as early as possible since grant funds are limited.