Tuition and Financial Aid

Tuition and Financial Aid

Securing a priceless gift for your children

Christian education is a priceless gift for your children that will last them a lifetime. We understand and appreciate the financial commitment families make when deciding to send their children to King’s Schools. In turn, we strive to keep King’s accessible with a mindful pricing schedule and an impactful financial aid program.

2021-22 Tuition

King’s tuition is an annual rate covering the entire school year.

Grade Tuition * 2nd Student Discount * 3rd Student Discount
Preschool (18-36 mos)
Beginning Preschool
$13,500 $600 $1,150
Preschool (3-5 yrs)
Preschool & Pre-Kindergarten
$12,500 $560 $1,060
Preschool (2.5-5 yrs)
Mixed age, Half-day program
$8,750 $400 $750
Kindergarten $11,600 $525 $990
Grades 1-3 $13,175 $600 $1,120
Grades 4-6 $14,450 $650 $1,225
Grades 7-8 $17,050 $765 $1,450
Grades 9-12 $18,500 $825 $1,575

* The multiple student discounts are determined beginning with the child in the highest grade level at the full tuition rate then moving down in grade level order for the 2nd, 3rd, or additional student discounts when a family has more than one child enrolled.

2021-22 International Tuition

Grade Rate
Grades K-6
Grades 7-12

For full International Student fee schedule, please click here.

Payment Options

King’s provides three payment plans to accommodate families’ varying budget needs.


1 payment of annual tuition and building fee, paid in full by August 15th . King’s offers a 3% tuition discount with the annual plan.


2 equal payments due on August 15th and January 15th for annual tuition and building fee.


10 equal payments due on the 15th of each month, August through May.

In cases of late enrollment, payments are allocated over the remaining months of the monthly plan schedule. Extended care fees, course fees, optional activity fees, and other charges are billed monthly on the 15th and due as incurred throughout the school year, unless otherwise noted on the fee schedule. Notification is sent to families at the time when the charges are applied to the family account.

Extended Care

King's Kids Club

Elementary offers extended care through King’s Kids Club (KKC). Student care is billed at an hourly rate of $11.00, based on actual usage, unless a package option has been selected.

KKC has a maximum capacity of 40 kids per day. There is no drop-in care for 2020-21. For hourly after school care, you must pre-register and specify the days of the week your child will be attending KKC. Once selected, days of the week cannot be changed, swapped or added. Spots are filled on a first come first serve basis with submission of this registration form. Usage will be billed at the hourly rate based on actual attendance.

Basic packages covering school days only

  Regular Rate Hybrid Rate

AM Only

Before school care
7:30-8:30 AM

$175 / month

$145 / month

PM Only

After school care
2:45-6:00 PM on M-T-Th-F
12:30-6:00 PM on Early Dismissal Days

$525 / month

$385 / month

AM/PM Basic

Before + After school care
Including early dismissal days

$525 / month

$385 / month

Enhanced Packages with Spring Break

  Regular Rate Hybrid Rate

PM Plus

After school care (plus full-day coverage over spring break)
7:30 AM-6:00 PM

$575 / month

$435 / month

AM/PM Plus

Before + After school care (plus full-day coverage over spring break)
7:30 AM-6:00 PM

$615 / month

$475 / month

Summer Plus

A special discounted rate will be offered to Enhanced Package holders for full registration in KKC’s SummerBreak Camp. Detail to come in March/April 2021.

Download KKC Care Enrollment & Pricing Form

Financial Aid

King’s Financial Aid program is available for full-time students in Kindergarten through 12th grade. We recognize not only the immense importance of a Christian education, but also the sacrifices that families make to secure that priceless gift for their children. King’s believes that economic diversity enriches the educational opportunities for all families and is vital to creating an authentic and thriving Christian community.

Financial aid is awarded on the basis of family financial need. To determine this, we use recommendations from an independent assessment service, FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment (FACTS), to evaluate eligibility and assist in making award decisions. The assessment takes into account other children in the family (ages and schools attending), other dependents, all sources of income, priority of spending, debts, and expenses. All financial aid awards offered by King’s are grants, not loans, and do not have to be repaid. Families must submit financial aid applications each year.

Have questions about financial aid? Please contact Ligaya Good Avila, King’s Financial Aid & Billing Accounts Coordinator, at or 206-546-7392.

Financial Aid Steps & Timelines

  • Click here to complete your online application. If you need assistance with the online form, please contact FACTS at 866-315-9262 or 866-441-4637.
  • Pay the $35 non-refundable FACTS application fee.
  • Provide copies of required supporting documentation:
    • 2020 W-2 Form(s)
    • 2020 Individual Federal Tax Form 1040 with all supporting schedules and forms
    • For business owners/part-owners - all 2020 Business federal returns and related schedules (Schedule C, Schedule E, Schedule F, Form 4562,Form 1065, Form 1120S, Schedule K-1, and Form 8825), as applicable
    • Materials may be uploaded online in PDF format at the end of your application or submitted to FACTS via fax at 1-866-315-9264.
  • An application is considered COMPLETE when both the FACTS application and all required 2020 documentation are received.

Due: March 1, 2021, for notification letters issued in March.

Priority will be given to complete applications submitted by the due date. Late or incomplete applications may not receive full consideration for a financial aid award. Applications completed after March 1st will be placed in the next round of financial aid assessment or wait pool, as funds are still available. Processing these applications could take 4-6 weeks with notification letters being issued in April and later.

Download Financial Aid Process PDF

Financial Aid FAQs

King’s Financial Aid program is available for full-time students in Kindergarten through 12th grade only. Preschool and international students are not eligible to receive financial aid at this time. By law, international students are required to show proof of financial ability to live and study in the United States.

In the case of divorced or separated parents, both natural parents must submit an application and tax documentation (either combined together as one application or via separate applications). Please notify the King’s Business Office if completing separate applications. If you feel your circumstances will not allow this, we encourage you to call the King’s Business Office and discuss the situation.

While there may be some general parameters for qualifying, we recognize that each family has a unique set of circumstances around family income levels, spending priorities, and tuition assistance needs. We are happy to go over any specific concerns or factors about qualifications that you may have with a call or short meeting. However, if in doubt, we encourage you to apply; even though an application does not guarantee qualification, only those who apply are considered for qualification.

No. Families must reapply for financial aid each year. The award for each year is determined independently of awards from prior years and may change due to family financial circumstances or King’s available funding. Additionally, financial aid awards are contingent upon payment in full of the prior year’s account.

No. The financial aid program is intended to supplement a family's financial commitment to their child's education. As such, financial aid will not cover all tuition and fees. In order for us to meaningfully impact the greatest number of families, financial aid awards will generally not exceed 50% of the total tuition. Families may receive a greater amount of aid if they qualify for designated aid programs, such as Minority Student Financial Aid, aid for Single-Parent Families funded by the ASAR Endowment, the Chuck Bundrant Endowment, or student Wage-Match funded by the Gwen Postma Wage-match fund. Qualification for designated aid programs is determined by King’s as part of the financial aid assessment and award process. At this time, King’s does not offer any academic or athletic-based scholarships.

No. A financial aid application does not reduce your chances of acceptance, nor does an offer of a financial aid grant guarantee your acceptance. Admission and financial aid decisions are made independent of each other but the two application cycles do overlap. Interested families should simultaneously complete admission application materials and financial aid application materials. All inquiries, applications, and supporting documentation with regard to financial aid are treated confidentially.