During the course of a school year at Slavic Christian Academy, circumstances may arise that require a family to withdraw their children. Parents may withdraw their child from Slavic Christian Academy for any reason. Parents may also be asked to withdraw their child: for failure to meet financial obligations; due to aca- demic and conduct probation; or lack of partnership with Slavic Christian Acad- emy.
Withdrawal based upon a conflict with a teacher, administrator, or other staff mem- ber, and/or differences in behavioral and educational philosophy that have not been resolved following scripture passage Matthew 18:15-17, will result in a school fam- ily not being able to transfer to the Home School program or pursue enrollment at NWASBC Education Department the following year. It is of utmost importance that the individual or school be given the opportunity to work out the problem with the student and family in a biblical manner that results in restored relationships within the school.
Procedures for Withdrawal:
If a student should leave Slavic Christian Academy to attend another school, it is necessary that the school office be notified at the time the decision is made. A withdrawal form needs to be picked up from the main office by the student and/or parent at the time of notification in order to facilitate the transfer.
Tuition and other unpaid charges or fines must be paid and all materials returned before records can be released or transferred to another school. The parent, appro- priate school administrator, teacher, and business office must sign this withdrawal form before the process can be completed. Notification to the teacher by the parent must also be given in advance in order to adequately prepare the teacher and class for the changes.
Students who withdraw after attending at least one day of school will be assessed 20% of the TOTAL ANNUAL SCA TUITION as a withdrawal fee. If withdrawn after January the penalty will be 10%.
If this is a transfer to the other NWASBC Education/campus, a 10% transfer fee of the TOTAL ANNUAL SCA TUITION will be assessed instead. If withdrawn after January the penalty will be 5%.
The actual tuition will be prorated by the total number of school days and the re- maining amount. Mid-month withdrawals are defined as any withdrawal after the first day of each month. Parents are responsible for the entire month's tuition and the withdrawal fee: 20% during First Semester and 10% during Second Semester. Only in special circumstances, withdrawal penalty may be adjusted by the local administrator and SD approval.
SCHOOL RECORDS will be on hold until all accounts are settled and materials returned. The requesting school must send/fax an official request for records.