In the event my Student(s) does not actually attend school or begins and is voluntarily withdrawn or dismissed from AGCS, I understand and agree that I will not receive pro-rated reimbursement for any payments received by the School except for such credit refund that may be due after payments have been applied to any outstanding balance that is due or may become due. I further understand that in the event of voluntary withdrawal or revocation of enrollment, I agree to fulfill the payment terms as outlined in this financial agreement.
Amazing Grace and Renton Prep Christian Schools are an integral part and a ministry of Amazing Grace Lutheran Church. The Church has the right to use church funds for school expenses or purposes. Additionally, AGCS and RPCS herein reserves the right to use the school finances in any way or manner we deem necessary, including using school funds for church expenses or purposes. Further, any designations of funds are merely suggestions and are not binding upon AGCS or RPCS.
Amazing Grace Christian School and Renton Preparatory Christian School reserves the right to grant an exception to these financial policies on a case-by-case basis and an exception granted to one individual applies only to that individual and does not apply to any other individual, parent or guardian whose child/ward enrolls and/or attends AGCS or RPCS.
All payments made on account will be applied to the oldest outstanding invoice in the following order:
1) Enrollment Fee 2) Fees 3) Before/After School Care 4) Tuition
Families of students who do not return textbooks or school owned digital devices by the end of the school year, or when a student withdraws from AGCS or RPCS, will be assessed the actual costs of the replacement value of the textbook or digital devices plus a $35.00 reordering fee per item.
All disputes and claims related to Student’s participation and/or enrollment at AGCS or RPCS including but not limited to, any statutory or common law claims for discrimination, breach of contract, and all other claims shall be resolved by mediation and binding arbitration. Mediation ad binding arbitration shall be before a mutually acceptable person who is a practicing attorney with a minimum of ten years experience or a retired judge and a member of a Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod church. In the event that the parties cannot agree on such a person, each shall appoint a qualified person and the two shall agree on a third qualified person to be the sole mediator or arbitrator. The arbitrator shall not be the same person as the mediator. The arties hereby incorporate, and the arbitration shall follow, the procedures of Chapter 7.04 RCW. The laws of the State of Washington shall govern.