Tuition and Fees
"A Mustang is an eager student, well-rounded with a lifelong desire to learn."
- Pastor Paul
Auto-Enrollment Opt-Out Deadline
Tuition & Fees:
Click here for our school's FACTS Tuition Management link.
- November 30th–February 1st — No fee. Auto-Enrollment Opt-Out Deadline
- February 2nd–April 15th — Charged first half of Enrollment Fee — $250 per student
- April 16th–June 15th — Charged second half of Enrollment Fee — $250 per student
- June 16th–July 31st — Penalty Fee - $500 per student
- August 1st–December 17th — Tuition for 1st Semester (no additional fees)
- December 18th–Last Day of School — Tuition for 2nd Semester (no additional fees)
Memorial Lutheran School offers need-based tuition assistance to students entering Kindergarten through 8th grade. Donations to our Little Lambs Scholarship Fund makes this possible.
Before applying for financial aid:
- New Families: student must be accepted and enrollment fee paid
- Returning Families: must apply each subsequent year for financial aid consideration
Complete the online application through FAST by March 31st
- FAST requires a non-refundable fee of $48 per family.
- All of your financial information will be entered through the secure server.
- A complete copy of your federal tax return filed with the IRS must be submitted to FAST as part of the application process.
- If you are separated or divorced, each parent must separately complete the online application and provide a current copy of their tax return.
- Only completed applications will be available to our financial aid committee for review.
- Parents will be notified of a financial aid award after April 30th.
- Financial Aid applications received after awards are determined will be considered as funds are available.
FAST is an independent third party that handles all aspects of the financial aid application and verification process. All financial aid monies are awarded by Memorial Lutheran School based on the information provided on the online FAST application. FAST does not award any financial aid, or decide whether financial assistance will be given; rather, FAST provides a need-based financial aid analysis service to Memorial Lutheran School which includes a recommendation of what a family should reasonably contribute toward tuition.