The admissions procedure begins with a time to come and meet with Mr. Scott Cain, the school administrator. Realizing that attending FBS is a privilege and not a right, an interview with the administrator is required of each student along with their parent or guardian. The purpose is to present the school’s philosophy and to give the parent/guardian a better understanding of the basis for Christian education. Students enrolling in grades 6th through 12th are also required to meet with our senior pastor, who also serves as the superintendent of the school. We also require a reference form from the student’s pastor.
Tuition Pricing 2021-2022
K3 - K5
New Student Pre-Testing
International Students Fee
Registration Fee¹ (K3-12)
Before May 31
June 1 - July 31
After July 31
A $1,000 discount is given to a family responsible for recruiting another full paying family (K3-12th, must be 5-day students, and student(s) must be enrolled entire school year.) This amount is deducted equally throughout the year.
If a family enrolls more than one full paying 5-day student (K3-12th), then the following discounts apply:
2nd student – 10%
3rd student – 15%
4th student – free
Early Pay in Full
Uniforms are in use school wide at First Baptist School. Separate uniform standards apply to preschool and elementary, middle school and high school. There are also requirements for physical education and athletic clothing.
When placing your order, use the FBS School Source Code to participate in the French Toast School Fundraising Program and earn 5% cash back for FBS.
All preschool and elementary students are required to keep tennis shoes in the classroom for gym use only.
Girls and boys in grades 6-10 are required to purchase and dress in the school’s specified gym uniform for P.E. and after school athletics. Forms are provided by the P.E. instructor at the beginning of the school year to order the required gym uniform.
Tuition payments are due the first of each month. A $20 late fee is charged after the tenth of the month.
Tuition payments begin August 1 and are paid through May 1.
Students will not be allowed to return to school if the tuition payments are over thirty days past due.
Students enrolling after the school year has begun will pay one month’s tuition and fees in advance.
²Add $25 for K3, K4 students wishing to have a copy of the yearbook.