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Enriching Minds, Enhancing Faith
1920 Barberry Drive, Springfield, IL 62704 | (217) 546-2159

Tuition Information

Kindergarten through 8th Grade Tuition

 

Tuition Rates 

2017-18 School Year

 

Number of Children

 

Tuition

 

General Service Fee

 

Total

 

Service Hour Requirements (Per Family)

1 Child

$3,900

$325

$4,225

20 hours or $500

2 Children

$5,625

$650

$6,275

20 hours or $500

3 Children

$7,160

$975

$8,135

20 hours or $500

4 Children

$7,160

$1,300

$8,460

20 hours or $500

5 Children

$7,160

$1,625

$8,785

20 hours or $500

 

Non-Catholic Tuition  - Non-Catholic students pay the same tuition, fees, and service hour requirements as Catholic students. Additionally, there is a $1,000 surcharge per family.

Preschool Times and Tuition

Preschool Times

Monday through Friday, 5 Days - AM or All Day

Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 3 Days - AM or All Day

Half Day (AM) preschool hours are 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

All Day preschool hours are 8:00 a.m. - 2:55 p.m.

(Doors open at 7:45 a.m.)

 

Preschool Tuition for the 2017-18 School Year

All Day, 3 Days a week: $2,535

All Day, 5 Days a week: $3,950

Half Day (AM), 3 Days a week: $1,925

Half Day (AM), 5 Days a week: $2,840

 

Rebate Information

Note: For our 4 year old preschool program, there is a $100 Kindergarten rebate if enrolled in our all day 3 day a week program and a $200 Kindergarten rebate if enrolled in our All Day 5 Day a week program.  This rebate will be applied to your Christ the King Kindergarten tuition.

Before and After School Care Information (Preschool - 8th Grade)

Our before school care program for preschool through 8th grade begins at 7:00 a.m.

Our after school care program for preschool through 8th grade goes until 5:30 p.m.

Please click on below pdf for additional information.

AWP Information

Illinois Department of Revenue Education Expense Tax Credit

Attending a Catholic school became more affordable with the passage of the Illinois Department of Revenue Education Expense Credit. Effective January 1, 2000 an Illinois resident who is a parent or legal guardian of a student (K-12, full time student under the age of 21) in an Illinois elementary or secondary school is eligible to take a tax credit on their Illinois individual income tax credit is 25 percent of the student's remaining qualified education expenses up to $500 per family.

To claim this credit, complete the Education Expenses Credit Worksheet in the IL-1040 instructions. You must attach the written receipt you receive from the school to your tax return. If the school does not provide you with a written receipt, you must complete Schedule ED, Credit for Qualified Education Expenses.

How much credit will you be allowed for education expenses?

When figuring your family's education expense credit, you must first deduct the first $250 of qualified education expenses. You will then be allowed a credit of 25% for the remaining educational expenses you paid during the calendar year. Your total credit amount shall not exceed $500 in any tax year, regardless of the number of qualifying students. Any credit amount that exceeds your tax liability will not be refunded. The education expense credit must be claimed for the calendar year in which the qualified education expenses are actually paid. Any part of the education expense credit not claimed or allowed in a calendar year shall not be claimed in any other calendar year.

Various examples:

Example Fees: Current School Year 1 Child 2 Children 3 Children
Tuition, Books, and Lab Fees $1,750 $2,250 $2,500
Subtract first $250 -250 -250 -250
Remaining qualified educational expenses $1,500 $2,000 $2,250
Multiply remaining qualified ed. exp. by 25% $375 $500 $562
Maximum tax credit $375 $500 $500




Tuition, Books, and Lab Fees $1,750 $2,250 $2,500
Less maximum tax credit -375 -500 -500
Net cost of tuition and book fees $1,375 $1,750 $2,000




Yearly net cost per student $1,375 $875 $666.67
Monthly net cost per student(10 months) $137.50 $87.50 $66.67
Weekly net cost per student $34.38 $21.88 $16.67

You can obtain an updated form and additional information by looking at Publication 112 on the Illinois Department of Revenue's website: www.tax.illinois.gov

Scrip Program

Participating in our Scrip program can help reduce your tuition, click here for more information about Scrip.

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