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Tuition and Fees

Tuition and Payment Program

For most families, investing in an independent school education requires careful financial planning. To begin the process of providing a rewarding educational experience at Boyd Buchanan School for your son or daughter we suggest you first apply and schedule a meeting with our admissions team.
Each family is unique, and BBS exists to help you determine the best plan for this important investment.

 

FINANCIAL POLICY AND WITHDRAWALS

A payment plan must be arranged before enrollment. The annual and semi-annual discounts will only be applied if the tuition is paid by the scheduled deadline. Monthly payments draft June through May. A $30.00 service charge will be assessed on any returned checks or drafts. Any account that becomes 30 days past due will be charged a $20.00 late penalty charge.
If you decide to withdraw or your child is dismissed after the enrollment fee has been submitted, the following penalties will be applied.

 

February 1 – February 28  •   12.5% of tuition

March 1 – April 30  •   25% of tuition

May 1 – May 31  •  50% of tuition

June 1 – Forward  •  100% of tuition

PAYMENT PLANS

Tuition must be paid through your FACTS Payment Account in one of the following ways.
•  Annual payment due by June 30 – When paid on time, the annual plan is discounted $250.
•  Semi-annual payments due June 30 and December 30 – The semi-annual plan is discounted $150.
•  Twelve monthly payments June – May

 

FACTS PAYMENT PROGRAM
BBS has partnered with FACTS Management Company for our 2018-2019 tuition payment program.
Returning families enrolled in FACTS during the 2018-2019 school year will be automatically re-enrolled for the 2019-2020 school year.
Click here FACTS Payment Plan to start the process. The deadline to apply is May 15, 2019. Students will not be officially enrolled at BBS until their FACTS agreement has been completed. We will use FACTS for the 2019-2020 school year for monthly payers only.

NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY

Boyd Buchanan School admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities available at the school.

 

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Financial Aid

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We will begin taking financial aid applications on January 1. We will accept applications for new and current families with preference being given to our current families. The deadline to apply is February 17.

Visit https://online.factsmgt.com/signin/3G895 to begin the application process. Direct questions to Amy Tarpley, Tuition & Financial Aid Officer at atarpley@bbschool.org or 423.622.6177.

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Maria Sessions, Elementary Teacher

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Eric Garner, Middle School Teacher and Coach

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Tina Lee, Faculty

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