Tuition fees vary from year to year. Please contact the office for current tuition fees.
The cost of busing is calculated based on the distance from school. Families requesting door-to-door service will be charged double their regular fee. Please contact the office for current busing fees.
The following fees will also be applied:
•Supplies: Books & supplies (contact office for current rate)
•Uniforms: These must be purchased by the parents from any departmental store
Method Of Payment
Tuition and transportation fees must be paid according to one of the following payment plans:
•Plan A (Lump Sum Plan): Payment of the entire fee by the first day of school
•Plan B (Monthly Plan): Payment of one eighth of the total fee by first day of each month from September to April
•All payments are made to: Tawheed Center School of Detroit by check or money order. Checks returned by the bank due to insufficient funds (NSF), account closed, etc. are expected to be replaced immediately. Failure to replace returned checks within five (5) working days will result in a $25 service charge and all remaining payments for the year will be required by money order or cashier’s check.
•Payments are to be made by check, money order or direct deposit to Tawheed Center School. Cash payments are discouraged. Payments must be sent to the school office during regular office hours.
•Payments are due on the 1st of each month with a ten-day grace period.
If a student is enrolled in school after the first fifteen (15) days, parents are obligated to pay the tuition fees in full, not withstanding the subsequent absence, withdrawal or dismissal from the school.
•Accounts not paid within thirty (30) days are considered to be delinquent.
•If payment is not received, children will be allowed to attend school for up to thirty (30) days from the due date.
•If payment is still not received, or specific arrangements for payment are not provided in writing, children will not be allowed to continue attending school until their tuition account is paid. Absence during this period is considered unexcused.
•It is the responsibility of the parents to notify the principal in writing of any difficulty in meeting these obligations.
•In accordance with Board policy, all report cards, transcripts, test scores and health records will be withheld until all tuition and fees are paid in full.
•All delinquent accounts from a previous year must be paid in full before a student will be permitted to register for the following school year.