Enrollment at NSCS is simple, and can be completed in just a few steps.
Step 1- Complete and submit enrollment packet Whether enrolling for the first time or re-enrolling, use the link below to complete your child’s packet. Use District Code NS-MA to create your account or log into your account. Then click on ‘Family Information’, and then ‘Enrollment/Re-enrollment’. Your enrollment form will be pre-populated with all information you have previously provided on your Online Application (for new students) or on your past enrollment forms (current students). Please update them with any changes or new information, sign them electronically where requested, and click “submit”. Click here to complete enrollment packet.
Step 2- Submit your 10% deposit Please click here for Tuition Rates, calculate 10% for deposit amount, and submit to the office. Also due at that time is the Student Fee of $85*. The deposit and Student Fee must be submitted to the office, either by cash or check, it cannot be paid online. *Please note: for families with multiple children enrolling, each additional child would pay a $50 Student Fee
Step 3- Enroll in Smart Tuition NSCS partners with Smart Tuition to collect tuition payments. Smart Tuition allows you to make payment via direct-debit, check or credit card (an additional fee applies). Each family at NSCS is required to enroll with Smart Tuition every year and to provide Smart Tuition with an up-to-date and valid method of communication (phone or email address). Click here to enroll in Smart Tuition.
Your enrollment is considered complete once the above three steps have been completed and submitted.
Step4- Apply for Financial Aid NSCS does offer need-based financial aid to qualifying families. Also available to qualifying families are Church Matching Scholarships, Pastor’s Scholarships and an Alumni Discount. North Shore Christian School has partnered with Financial Aid for School Tuition (FAST), a third party, to assist in handling our financial aid process. Based on your application and supporting documentation, FAST provides objective assessment of your financial need to inform the decisions of the Finance Committee with regard to Financial Aid Awards. Click here to apply for Financial Aid.