Delinquent Tuition Policy

  • Families whose draft is returned for any reason will be sent a letter and statement requesting payment within 10 days by cash, certified check or money order including the $25 return fee.
  • Families 30 days delinquent, as of the 10th of each month, will be sent a past due letter from the MACS Business Office. The letter will notify the parents their tuition account is past due and request they bring their account current within 10 days and that payment must be in the form of cash, certified check or money order. Families are encouraged to call the MACS Business Office to resolve the outstanding balance.
  • Families 60 days delinquent, as of the 10th of each month, will be sent a past due letter from the MACS Business Office. The letter will notify the parents their tuition account is past due and request they bring their account current within 10 days. The letter will also notify the parents that report cards and progress reports will be withheld until the account is current or arrangements have been made to do so. The withholding of report cards includes access to the student files and transcripts. The letter advises parents that their child will be excluded if payment is not received and that payment must be in the form of cash, certified check or money order. Families are encouraged to call the MACS Business Office to make payment arrangements to bring their tuition account current.
  • Families 90 days delinquent, as of the 10th of each month, will be sent a letter by the MACS Business Office. The letter will request that parents bring their account current within 10 days. The letter will also notify the parents that if they do not bring their account current within 10 days, their child(ren) will be excluded from school and that payment must be in the form of cash, certified check or money order. Principals of the school(s) the child(ren) attend will be contacted, so they are aware of a possible withdrawal within the next week(s). Those families who do not respond will be sent a letter indicating their child(ren) have been excluded from school as of that date. Principals will be contacted to let them know. Children who report to school on this day will not be admitted to classes and the parent will be contacted by the principal’s office to come and pick up their child(ren).
  • The children of a family with any past due balance, from the previous year or current year, will not be allowed to begin the school year until the tuition account is brought current. Families will be notified by the MACS Business Office two weeks prior to the start of school if their tuition account is within these parameters. Principals of the school(s) the child(ren) attend will also be notified.
  • Report cards, transcripts and progress reports will be withheld and not be made available for families who are not current with their tuition. Principals will contact the MACS Business Office prior to releasing any records to confirm t

Student Withdrawal Policy

Withdrawal Date Percentage Due
June 5th to 1st Day of School 0%
2nd Day of School to August 31st 10%
September 1st to September 30th 20%
October 1st to October 31st 30%
November 1st to November 30th 40%
December 1st to December 31st 50%
January 1st to January 31st 60%
February 1st to February 28th 70%
March 1st to March 31st 80%
April 1st to April 30th 90%
May 1st to End of School Year 100%

Refund Policy

Registration fees are non-refundable. All tuition, capital fees and other related fees will be assessed based on the withdrawal date percentages on the chart. Refunds/credits for families with other children enrolled in MACS will be applied to remaining child(ren)s tuition account. Refunds/credits for families with no other children enrolled will be sent 60 days after the last draft.