Time to Register for the 2017-2018 School Year
Again… NO TUITION INCREASE AGAIN!!!!!
FREE AFTER-SCHOOL for all 4K students
The 2017-2018 tuition schedule, along with all fees, is reflected in the attached tuition schedule. As always, the school’s board of directors is committed to continue to keep the school’s tuition affordable and at the lower end of the local market. Windsor Academy’s tuition remains one of the lowest in the Middle Georgia area.
The board of directors is offering the existing families a 10% discount if they pay the registration fee and full annual tuition by February 12, 2016 or a 5% discount if they pay the full annual tuition by May 26, 2017. To receive either the 10% or the 5% discount, the payment must be paid by cash, check, or cashier’s check. If the payment is paid by credit card, there is an additional 3% fee added.
New families will receive a 10% discount for their 1st year at school. On their 2nd year, they will pay what existing families and their students pay. They must sign a 2 year contract. They will not be eligible for the 10% discount for paying their full annual tuition by February 12 or the 5% discount if they pay their full annual tuition by May 26, 2017.
Attention Alumni: Alumni families will receive a 10% discount off tuition each school year. The registration for alumni students will be $100 per student. They will not be eligible for the 10% discount for paying their full annual tuition by February 12 or the 5% discount if they pay their full annual tuition by May 26, 2017.
If a family who currently has a child enrolled at Windsor is responsible for a new family enrolling at Windsor then that family will receive a $250 credit for recommending a new family, a $350 credit if two children are involved, and a $450 credit if three or more children are involved. The credit will be taken from the May 2017-18 tuition payment. The new family must give the name of the family who is to receive this credit at the time of registration.
I would like to remind the parents of elementary students in K4-4th grades, the school administration attempts to adhere to a cap of 15 students per class. Once we reach the pre-registered 15 student cap for a grade students who attempt to register afterwards are put on a waiting list.
John W. Welch