FEES FOR THE 2019/2020 SCHOOL YEAR
Per student - $100 before May 18, 2018 payable to school office $175 after May 18, 2018 payable to school office (Includes standard achievement testing fee and a technology fee for RenWeb - attendance and grading).
Per family (online step) - $20 for 1 or 2 tuition payments, $50 for 3+ month's payment plan, $80 for 3+ months and to apply for tuition assistance
Kindergarten - approximately $130
Grades 1-6 - approximately $375
Grades 7-12 - approximately $375-$400 (based on what classes they take)
4yr old (half day) - $1836, 10 months at $183.60 per month
1st Child - $4376, 10 months at $437.60 per month
2nd Child - $3850, 10 months at $822.68 per month, total $8226.68
3rd Child - $3588.32, 10 months at $1181.52 per month, total $11,815.20
4th Child - $3282, 10 months at $1509.72 per month, total $15,097.20
Each additional child is free
Financial Assistance and Tuition Discounts are available. Contact the school office for more information.
All new incoming students will be tested for placement prior to admittance.
QUINCY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL
"Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it."
Quality education, along with a solid spiritual foundation, is a concern for many parents. Quincy Christian School is providing a strong academic program for students, along with a biblical foundation that puts God and the Bible at the top of the learning list. At QCS, our goal is to be a resource to parents who are training their child "in the way he should go". We welcome you to give us a call at (217) 223-5698 for details about our K-12 school. Together we can make a difference - one student at a time.
The Mission of Quincy Area Christian Schools Association is to provide Christ-centered academics dedicated to equip the heart, mind, and soul for life-long service.
To become critical thinkers who analyze information and use that information to logically solve problems.
To become a self-motivated learner who desires to excel and demonstrate proficiency and retention in all academic areas.
To become a life-long learner with exceptional work habits and an effective communicator who is prepared for lifetime opportunities
Maintain a genuine and growing relationship with Christ in faith and obedience, and to continually seek to discover the plan God has for his/her life, emphasizing the acceptance of Christ as their Savior.
Strive to be Christ-like, demonstrating a passion to love God and others by living lives that reflect the virtues taught and modeled by Christ including: justice, wisdom, courage, service, reconciliation, grace, and humility.
Acknowledge the Bible as the infallible Word of God, and emerge a commitment to God through the study and application of Biblical principles by developing a distinctly Christ centered world view
Service for a Lifetime
To become a good steward with their time, talents, and treasures to God as Christ-like leaders in our community and world.
To interact with society by serving others with Christian leadership, respect, love, honesty, kindness and humility.
To lead in their area of service while understanding and defending their faith in order to lead others to Christ.
We are pleased to announce our staff for the 2019-2020 school year!
Administrator - Mrs. Susan Hill
Secretary - Mrs. Dawnetta Main
K4-K5 - Mrs. Sarah Worstell
1st-2nd - Mrs. Debbie Church
3rd-4th - Mrs. Kathi Johnson
5th-12th - Mrs. Tabitha Wagner
Mr. Nathan Worstell
Mr. Nathan Batson
Mr. Lloyd Keeney
Dr. Alice Mills
Mr. William Linder
Cleaning - Mrs. Michelle Driscoll
Mr. Cliff Wade
2019 - 2020 SCHOOL YEAR
Aug 21 - Wear red chapel shirts
Aug 22 - Slushies $1
Aug 23 - Mission Meals due
Aug 24 - Work Day 7-10 AM
Aug 28 - Lunch Orders Due
Aug 30 - Mission Meal Pick Up 3:10 PM
2019-2020 School Theme
"And now, Israel what does the Lord your God ask of you but to fear the Lord your God, to walk in obedience to him, to love him, to serve the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul"
PAPERWORK NEEDED ASAP
Permission & Medical Forms
Code of Conduct
The all students supplies or $50.00
We are always in need of volunteers. You can volunteer in the office, classrooms, fundraisers, serve on a committee and many more ways. If you are interested in volunteering at QCS please contact the office for more information.
Please join us on Thursdays at 7:20 am in prayer for the 2019-2020 school year. You can join us in prayer by coming to the school cafeteria on Thursdays at 7:20 am and meet with other prayer warriors in person. If you can not physically be there then please pause wherever you are at 7:20 am and pray with us.
What’s the Buzz
BACK TO SCHOOL PICNIC
Thursday, Sept. 5th from 6-8 PM at Bob Mays Park Shelter House. Drinks, plates, napkins, and utensils will be provided. Families need to bring a covered dish or two to share.
ADMISSIONS & ENROLLMENT
1236 N 10th St, Quincy, IL 62301, USA