Tuition Assistance 2018-09-20T14:58:17+00:00

Tuition Assistance for PCS Families

Tuition assistance awards for grades K-12 are based on the family’s demonstrated need as determined by a third-party agency that makes financial needs assessments for private and Christian schools. Each award is made for one year only and is based on the availability of tuition assistance funds.

Once the available tuition assistance funds are all accepted a waiting list will be maintained for any new tuition assistance money that may become available. Eligibility for new applicants to receive tuition assistance will be determined by the date of application.

Portland Christian School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, in the administration of our educational policies, admissions procedures, or other school-administered programs.

Tuition assistance is not available for the PCS Little School.

FAST is an organization we are currently using for our independent assessment of each family’s financial need. If you wish to apply for tuition assistance you will need to fill out forms online . To fill out forms online open the Financial Aid Application and register on the Portland Christian page. There are fees associated with the application process, which are paid, online.

The School Choice program awards partial tuition assistance scholarships,to low-income families committed to their child’s education. School Choice Scholarships is the only private voucher program in Kentucky. It is also one of the oldest and largest private voucher initiatives in the United States.

School Choice Scholarships – Requirements

  • Live in Jefferson County or Oldham County, KY
  • Entering grades K – 6
  • Eligible for assistance under the Federal Lunch Program

If you are interested in more information please go online to www.schoolchoiceky.org or contact the school to receive an application.

Admissions

PCS Forms

Please Note: If you are eligible to apply for School Choice Scholarships you should ALSO apply for FAST assistance because you may be able to get funds from both programs.