Tuition & Aid

The investment of a Christian education is a financial sacrifice for all of our FCS families. We are committed to offering an excellent educational experience, and we are also committed to making FCS financially accessible to as many families as possible. To accomplish these goals our families have access to extensive financial aid and we participate in regular fundraising efforts.

2019 - 2020 Tuition Rates
Annual Tuition Monthly Payment (12 months)
K5 (Half Day) $4,390 $366
K5 (Full Day) $5,980 $498
6th Grade - 12th Grade $6,510 $543
Financial Aid

Almost half of our families receive financial aid of some kind. We are happy to discuss these specific programs with you and review the relevant qualification requirements.

Indiana Choice Scholarship Program

This is the most common form of aid that our families receive, and the scholarships can be up to $5,000 per student every year. There are a few tracks by which families can qualify for this aid, in addition to household income guidelines. More information can be found at the Indiana Department of Education website.

SGO Scholarships

Certified Scholarship Granting Organizations provide scholarships to eligible students using funding from private donations that are eligible for a tax credit. We generally use these funds to help families who do not initially qualify for the Choice Scholarship.

Multiple Child Discount

To help families with multiple children in grades K5 – 12 at FCS, we offer the following discounts (discount is typically applied to the youngest student): 2 children - $300, 3 children - $600, 4 children - $1,200, 5 children - $1,500, 6 children - $1,800.

Tuition Assistance Fund

FCS has a Tuition Assistance Fund which is designated for needy students who are recommended because of their faithful walk and testimony.

529 Savings Plan

These plans were originally created to encourage families to save for higher education, but they can also be used to pay for K - 12 tuition expenses. Indiana offers a tax credit of 20% (up to $1,000 per year) for contributions to these plans.