Affording CHS

We are thrilled that you are taking the first step towards the CHS experience and seeking to join a community that is dedicated to seeing students flourish and fulfill their God-given potential. We know that choosing the right school is a big decision, and we are honored that you are considering CHS. Take a look at the information below to learn more about affording the CHS experience.



Required uniform items must be purchased from a CHS designated uniform company or the CHS uniform exchange. Yearly costs vary according to family needs. Click here to learn more about our school uniforms. 


Tuition payments do not cover the cost of educating a student at CHS. Typically, tuition covers roughly 66% of the cost to educate a student. Voluntary gifts designated for The Lion Fund from parents, grandparents, alumni, friends, businesses, foundations, and churches help reduce this gap. The CHS Board of Trustees is dedicated to the goal of operating with a balanced budget. CHS is a qualified charitable organization under Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)(3). Gifts to CHS are tax-deductible to the extent provided by law.


Financial Aid

Christian Heritage School is committed to accepting students for admission from diverse socioeconomic backgrounds. We offer need-based financial aid and dedicate a percentage of our annual budget exclusively to financial aid. Need-based aid is defined as the difference between what it costs to attend CHS and a family's ability to pay. Christian Heritage School cannot meet 100% of the demonstrated need for each applicant, and, frequently, the number of qualified applicants exceeds our financial aid resources. Therefore, some families who apply and are qualified still may not receive financial aid. However, grant amounts are dependent upon each individual family’s need.

Need-based financial aid is awarded annually, and renewal is not automatic or guaranteed as funds may vary and a family’s finances may change. Families are required to submit applications annually. Many factors determine whether or not a family will qualify for need-based aid. Factors such as household income and expenses, assets and debt, and the number of children in a school that requires tuition are all considerations in determining financial aid awards.

CHS admits students regardless of race, socio-economic status, and national or ethnic origin. CHS does not discriminate on the basis of race, socio-economic status, and national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, financial assistance programs, athletic programs, and other school-administered programs. CHS reserves the right to refuse admittance to any family it believes may cause disruption to the community spirit that exists among the families currently involved at CHS.


Teri Ward, Director of Financial Aid

PHONE 706.980.1561