Yes, Christian education is expensive. It is important to not see Christian education as an expense, but an investment. You are investing in your most precious asset, your child. You are investing in the transformation of his/her life. A life shaped and transformed by Christian learning and Christian character development. A life being equipped to serve God.
Also, there are several programs in place to assist those families that desire Christian education and do not have a family income that can support their desire. The lack of household income should not be a barrier to Christian education. Currently, there are three sources of financial assistance: the Tuition Assistance Fund, Partnership Bursary Fund and a Recruitment Bursary for those new to Christian education. A simple application through FAST begins the financial assistance process.