NCA Financial Policy

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NCA Financial Policy2016-02-18T22:10:39+00:00

NCA Financial Policies 

  1. Checks – Please make checks payable to Nazarene Christian Academy or NCA and include the student’s name on the check memo line. Return checks will be assessed a $25 fee. After three (3) non-sufficient checks, only cashier’s checks, money orders or cash will be accepted. The bookkeeping office will not hold checks.
  2. Cash – You must get a receipt from the NCA Office Manager or Business Manager to ensure proper credit for cash payments.
  3. Credit Cards – We accept MC/Visa/Discover and debit cards.       There is a 3% processing fee for each transaction.
  4. Tuition – Please see the Tuition & Fee Schedule.
  5. Late payments – Payments are due on the 1st of the month and considered late after 5:00 p.m. on the 6th of the month.       (Note: The grace period will be extended to the next business day when the 6th falls on a weekend.) A $15 late fee will be charged to your account for payments made after the 6th of the month. A $25 late fee will be charged to your account for payments made after the 15th of the month.
  6. Statements To save on postage and processing costs, monthly statements will not be sent unless the account has an overdue balance of one month.
  7. Disenrollment – If a student’s tuition becomes past due one month, and satisfactory arrangements have not been made with the proper school authorities, the student(s) will not be admitted to class until both the past due and current payments are made. It is also grounds for immediate withdrawal.
  8. Report Cards, Student Records and RenWeb Access – will be withheld from students who, at the end of the grading period, have a past due balance for tuition or any other fees. Report cards, student records and RenWeb access will be withheld for all students with any remaining balance at the end of the school year. This includes library fees, athletic fees or any other school related obligation.
  9. Damaged Property – Assessments will be made to cover damage by any student to school property including windows, lockers, desks, books, etc.
  10. Withdrawals – Enrollment is intended to be for the entire school year. Parents are expected to pay for the next month of tuition if less than a month’s notice of withdrawal is given. If the student leaves at the request of the school administration, the balance/refund will be determined on an individual basis depending on the payment plan selected. All application/re-enrollment, book and testing fees are non-refundable. Once the school year is in session, student consumable books are not released if a balance is left owing on the account.
  11. End of Year Balances – All outstanding balances from the previous school year must be paid in full by July 1st. If the overdue amount has not been paid in full by said date; enrollment, books, and testing fees that were paid for the new school year will be applied to it. This could possibly result in a loss of placement in the Academy for the next school year
  12. Please refer to the NCA Handbook for additional Financial Policies.