NEW STUDENT APPLICATION FEE
$140.00 per student (non-refundable) – To a maximum of $420.00 per family (By Friday, February 17, 2017)
$200.00 per student – No family maximum (After Friday, February 17, 2017)
Annual – There is a 2% discount for full payment received in the BVCS office by July 1, 2017.
Monthly – Automatic Bank Payments (ACH) are processed through FACTS Management Co.
There is a charge to the parent each year to set up an account. A late fee will be assessed for delinquent payments. There are no illness or vacation credits given.
TK/K-Enrichment Program (12:30 – 3:00 pm) $1726 per child
Extended Care for grades K-8 is available before and after school for an additional cost.
Student Support Services: Information and rates are available in the school office.
EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES & COSTS
(All fees are non-refundable)
There is a $25 processing fee for any withdrawal after July 1st. Parents must give notice in writing 30 days in advance when withdrawing students. Any family not giving a 30 day written notice will be required to pay full tuition for that month.
We have enlisted the services of FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment to help us evaluate requests for financial aid. FACTS provides third-party objectivity and will make a recommendation to the School Board who will in turn make the final decision regarding tuition assistance awards.
Instructions to apply for tuition assistance can be found here.
Click Here to download a PDF File of BVCS Tuition Information.
529 PLANS – Education Savings Plan
The tax overhaul bill passed by Congress in December 2017 provided a change to the College 529 plans. Formerly, these plans only provided preferential tax treatment of account distributions if the money was used for higher education. The new tax bill now allows tax-free distributions for primary and secondary private education for up to $10,000 per plan beneficiary. Distributions are paid to the owner/trustee of the account and are for tuition only.
For years, 529 plans have allowed parents, grandparents and others to contribute money to an investment account that allows tax-free growth of investment returns and tax-free distributions as long as those distributions were for higher education expenses. As such, these plans have allowed for a very efficient method of saving for college that has now been extended to primary and secondary within the allowable limits.
If parents and grandparents wanted to get a start on saving for education, plans can be started when children are infants to be ready for either primary, secondary or higher education expenses. Gifts of up to $15,000 per year per beneficiary can be made to a 529 account up to an account maximum of $475,000 per beneficiary.