Local Tuition & Fees
We realize families make sacrifices to send their children to Judson International School. We are certain that investing in your child's future by giving them a quality Christian education is one of the best gifts you can ever give. The future starts now!
KINDERGARTEN TUITION FOR LOCAL STUDENTS 2018-19:
Half Day TK/Kindergarten: Only pay fees
Full Day Tk/Kindergarten: $4465
* Half Day Tuition Free Kindergarten is for students attending class from 8 to 11:45 am only.
* Full Day Tuition for Kindergarten is discounted 50% off of the standard price of elementary school tuition.
* Elementary and Secondary tuition is an annual rate covering the entire school year.
* Tuition is prorated according to the quarter your student enrolls in. Example: If your student enrolls during the second quarter. You will receive 25% off Tuition, only. Fees do not apply.
1ST - 12TH GRADE TUITION FOR LOCAL STUDENTS 2018-19:
1st - 5th grade: $8,825
6th -8th grade: $9,995
Tuition is prorated according to the quarter your student enrolls in. Example: If your student enrolls during the second quarter. You will receive 25% off Tuition, only. Fees do not apply. Elementary and High School tuition is an annual rate covering the entire school year.
Registration fees are non-refundable. These fees reserve your student's placement and include all textbooks, Chromebooks, workbooks, readers, resource materials and class field trips.
New 9-12th $950
Returning 10-12th $1,125
Parent Participation Fee
$300 per family, billed March 2019 if parent hours are not submitted or completed. May be refunded if hours are completed and submitted by May 2019.
$100 per family, used for maintenance and improvements. This fee is not prorated for early withdrawal or dismissal, nor late enrollment.
Please consider giving a pledge towards our Annual Fund. You may do a one-time donation or reoccurring donation today! Donations are tax deductible*
PLEASE NOTE: Your financial obligation to the school is for the full annual tuition. The school cannot cancel its unpaid obligations if your student is forced to withdraw during the academic year. Therefore, Judson suggests parents secure a Tuition Benefit Plan that will provide substantial assistance in fulfilling your financial obligation in the event your student withdrawals.