Mark and Amy
Mark and Amy have 3 children, ages 10, 6 and infant. Mark works as a business manager in a service company. Amy is currently a stay-at-home mom, with plans to return to the workforce—either part-time or full-time—as a physical therapist. Currently, the family makes $62,000 a year.
Mark and Amy both attended public school as children, and were not considering private education for their own children. Seeing that one of their children was not meeting his potential, Mark and Amy explored education options where their children would be challenged academically.
The school’s listed tuition for Mark and Amy’s two school-aged children is $12,505, or $25,010 total.
After applying for Variable Tuition, Mark and Amy’s children were awarded reduced Variable Tuitions of $6,300 each, compared to the school’s listed tuition of $12,505 each.
Brad and Vicky
Brad and Vicky have two children, ages 14 and 11. Brad works at the local Navy Shipyard and Vicky works part-time in a dental office. The family makes $44,500 a year.
Brad and Vicky have always desired Christian education, but did not see it as financially feasible. They want their children to be educated in an environment where their family’s at-home values are supported during the school day and where teachers share a similar worldview. Brad and Vicky have prioritized school culture and family values such that Vicky intends to take on more hours in the dental office or take a second part-time job to augment their family’s financial needs.
The school’s listed tuition for Brad and Vicky’s two children is $28,765 for both children to attend.
After applying for Variable Tuition, Brad and Vicky’s children were awarded reduced Variable Tuitions of $8,130 (14-year-old) and $6,300 (11-year-old), for a total of $14,430 compared to the school’s listed tuition of $28,765.
In addition, because the family resides in the State of New Hampshire and meets the income requirement for a family of 4, each of the children also was awarded a Scholarship through the State of New Hampshire’s education tax credit program in the amount of $2,000 each. These Scholarships further reduce the family’s tuition obligation to $10,430 compared to $28,765.
Tamryn is a single mother of 2, ages 14 and 5. Tamryn works full-time with a building supply company, making $30,000 a year.
Tamryn is looking for a safe place for her children that will keep them challenged and curious with learning, and will also surround them with positive influences. Tamryn is concerned about some of the things she’s been seeing and hearing at her 14-year-old’s current school
The school’s listed tuition for Tamryn’s two children is $28,765 for both children to attend.
After applying for Variable Tuition, Tamryn’s children were awarded reduced Variable Tuitions of $8,130 (14-year-old) and $6,300 (5-year-old), for a total of $14,430 compared to the school’s listed tuition of $28,765. Tamryn’s parents have also offered to contribute towards the children’s tuitions.
Chris and Rosie
Chris and Rosie have 4 children, ages 16, 13, 9 and 7. Chris is a salesman for a food service company, and Rosie is an ultrasound technician at a local hospital. Combined, their annual income is $128,000.
Chris and Rosie are looking for Christian education to build on the homeschooling foundation they laid during the kids’ younger years. They’re looking for a partnership in their children’s spiritual development as well as academic differentiation.
The school’s tuition for Chris and Rosie’s children is $53,775 total for all four children to attend.
After applying for Variable Tuition, Chris and Rosie’s children were awarded a combined Variable Rate of $25,010 for all four children to attend.
Scott and Melissa
Scott and Melissa have 5 children, ages 12, 11, 9, 6 and 2. The family recently moved to the area, and has been exploring options for school. Scott is the chief operating officer at a software company, making $203,000 per year. Melissa is a stay-at-home mom who would like to take a part-time job after their youngest is in school full-time.
Scott and Melissa want a private, faith-based education for their children where the classes are small and their children can receive more one-on-one attention. One of their children has dyslexia, and if possible, they want their children to all be enrolled at the same school.
The school’s tuition for Scott and Melissa’s school-aged children is $50,020 total for all four children to attend.
After applying for Variable Tuition, Scott and Melissa’s children were awarded a combined Variable Rate of $50,020 for all four children to attend.
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