Tuition & Financial Aid

Tuition & Fees

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Financial Aid & Scholarships

Sandhills Classical Christian School recognizes there may be families who would like to attend Sandhills Classical Christian School but are financially unable to do so. Therefore, the school offers ways for families to make the education affordable.

Tuition Reduction Incentive Program (T.R.I.P.)

The first is through T.R.I.P. (Tuition Reduction Incentive Program), a voluntary program of the school’s Parent Association. T.R.I.P. allows you to earn credits toward tuition through purchases you already make.

Financial Aid for K-12th Grade Students

Tuition Assistance for K-12th grades- is a tuition credit provided by the school based on need. Each year Sandhills Classical Christian School allocates a specific and limited amount of funds to assist qualifying families.

Sandhills Classical Christian School uses an independent, outside source to assist in determining financial need. FACTS Grant & Aid Management has been selected by SCCS to conduct fair and confidential financial need assessments for families that may need assistance paying tuition.

If you have questions during the financial aid application process, you may reach FACTS at 866-315-9262.

Parents must fill out an application to be considered for financial aid. The Application fee for FACTS is $40.

Upon completion of the Enrollment Application for SCCS, please email and request the link for the Financial Aid Application.


General Scholarship donations are used to help pay for tuition assistance.

Sandhills Classical Christian School does not receive or accept state or federal funding or scholarships of any kind.

Military Scholarships are scholarships which are specifically targeted for military families and are provided by external organizations.

Frequently Asked Questions about Financial Aid

What are the requirements for financial aid?

The financial need evaluation is different for every school and every family. We take into account all aspects of your financial situation during the evaluation. Financial aid is available for grades K – 12.

What documentation will I need to complete the application?

The required supporting documentation will be outlined at the beginning and end of the online application and is tailored specifically to what is entered on your application. Typically, FACTS requires your most recently filed 1040 tax form (or verification of non-filing status from the IRS), your most recent W-2 statements, your most recent pay stubs as well as documentation of the stated debt on your application. Other documentation may be required (Military LES).

How can I send in the supporting documentation?

You may mail, fax or upload your documentation to FACTS.

What if I want to leave my online application and come back to it later?

You may log back in to the FACTS system and complete the application at any time.

How do I know if you have received my fax, mail or upload?

FACTS will send you an email once they receive your fax, mailed document or upload.

If my circumstances change, can I change my application?

Please call the FACTS helpline if you need to adjust your application. A FACTS representative will ask for documentation of these changes to be submitted by mail, fax or upload.

What if I have other questions?

FACTS is here to help! You may contact FACTS at 866-315-9262. 

The deadline to apply for financial aid is March 1.

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