Here’s a breakdown of our 2021-2022 costs:
Tuition and fees are managed by FACTS who partners with Sage School to offer convenient on-line access to establish payment plans, review charges and make payments. FACTS requires that a checking/saving or credit card be linked to each family account. FACTS assess a service fee charge for credit card payments of approximately 3.75%.
Mid year enrollment
Tuition will be calculated from the first day at Sage until the last day of school. Final monthly payments will be due May 10, 2022.
Please note: Enrollment fees are nonrefundable and do not apply toward tuition.
SB 10 Payment Policy
For Single and Two payment tuition payments: The amount listed on the SB 10 2021/2022 award letter will be applied toward the total tuition balance before the parent payment is made.
For monthly FACT payments: The SB 10 checks will be applied to the FACTS account when they have been endorsed by the parent and deposited by Sage.
If the actual 2021/2022 SB 10 payments are less than 2021/2022 award letter amount, the balance will be due May 10, 2022. If the payments for 2021/2022 are more than the 2021/2022 award letter, a refund will be issued May 31, 2022.
Any funds received from Apogee or any other SSO will be applied to the FACTS balance due. If the Apogee payment exceeds the FACTS balance, a refund will be issued. If the family has already paid in full, a refund will be issued.
It is the parent/guardian responsibility to determine eligibility and apply for a Apogee Scholarship.
Scholarships and Financial Aid
Sage does not offer scholarships or financial aid.
Returned Payments and/or Overdue Balances
Sage relies on each partner family to pay student tuition in a timely manner. For returned payments, FACTS charges a $30 NSF fee in addition to charges you many receive from your bank. Sage charges a $25 fee per occurrence on late tuition payments and assesses a 2% per month late fee. Grades. Report cards will not be released until a family’s FACTS account is paid in full.
If neither the payment due nor satisfactory arrangements have been made within 60 school days after the due date, the student may be withdrawn from classes by the school. If this occurs, to re-enroll the full registration processes must be followed. Chronically past due accounts may be turned over to a collection agency and all collection fees will be the responsibility of the student’s parents or legal guardians.
Initial acceptance and re-enrollment contracts with Sage School represents a binding agreement between a family and the school for the contract period, which is one school year. Because teacher contracts, school services, curriculum and supplies are funded and purchased at the beginning of each school year based on student enrollment, honoring the one-year contract period is necessary to ensure the school delivers the services agreed upon after students are enrolled. Prorated tuition for early withdrawal is the exception, and any family who desired to withdraw their student prior to the end of the school year is expected to honor the financial commitment for the one-year contact period. Exceptions are handled on a case by case basis and any requests for prorated tuition must be made in writing to the Head of School. In cases where prorated tuition is awarded, families will be charged a withdrawal fee of $300.