Enrollment & Tuition
Thank you for your interest in enrolling your child(ren) at Rhema Christian School.
Rhema is an excellent choice for your family, as we understand that raising children is a beautiful but big responsibility! We value the partnership we have with parents, believing that together, we can give our children the tools to be lifelong learners!
Let’s begin by helping to answer any questions you might have. Call the school at anytime at
705-743-1400 and we’ll set up a visit! We look forward to meeting you and your family.
A complete enrollment package is available from the office. You can email us at email@example.com to request the enrollment package and we’ll send it your way!
Please also feel free to contact the school at anytime with any questions or comments. We look forward to meeting you and your family!
Here’s how it works...
A suitable program is available for the student – We want to meet the needs of every child in our school. In some cases, the child requires special programming. Together, the Principal and our staff will do our best to determine what options we have.
Adequate information about the student is provided.
The age of student:
Junior Kindergarten children must be four (4) years of age by December 31
Senior Kindergarten should be five (5) years of age by December 31
Grade One children should be six years of age by December 31
The legal status of guardian.
Payment of tuition.
Acknowledgement of Rhema’s distinctive Christian identity and proposed placement and program by signing the Enrollment Agreement.
At Rhema, the Principal of the school has the responsibility and privilege of enrolling students in the school program. We use the following criteria to help determine if Rhema is the best fit for everyone.
Student Activity Fee: Covers costs of class trips, based on grade, determined June 1.
Helping to Keep Tuition Affordable
Charitable Tax Receipts
Tuition Payments to Rhema Christian School qualify for Charitable Tax donations after deducting a cost per student (CPS) – estimated at $3,100. The Federal Government allows parents/guardians who choose a faith-based school for their children to use a portion of the tuition fees as a charitable donation for income tax purposes. Through a formula, schools calculate what the Federal Government calls the cost per student (CPS). This figure is re-calculated each school year. The CPS is charged for each student attending the school. The CPS is deducted from tuition fees paid and the remainder qualifies as a charitable donation for tax purposes.