Tuition & Fees

Grammar School

The FCS Grammar School (K-6th grade) is an all inclusive program Tuesday through Friday, 8:00-2:40. The total cost for a year of Grammar School includes tuition, curriculum and textbooks, family admission to sporting events, and most supplies.

*Fees listed below for 2017-18 school year. 2018-19 amount pending.


Grammar School: K-6



Lower Division & Upper Division

In Lower Division (7th & 8th grades) and in Upper Division (9th – 12th grade), students can take a full and challenging college preparatory curriculum at FCS, or you, as the parent, may homeschool some of your student’s courses. To be enrolled as an FCS student in grades 7th-12th, it is required that the Humanities Block (Humanities, English, Literature, Bible, & Logic) be taken at FCS. The remainder of the courses needed for a Franklin Classical School diploma may be taken at FCS or homeschooled. Hence, the tuition amount is a matter of adding the cost of the Humanities Block to the cost of the additional courses for which the student is registered. This cost includes tuition, curriculum and textbooks, Kings Mountain Camp, and family admissions to sporting events.

Grade & Courses

LD Humanities Block (7th-8th) 
(includes Humanities, English, Literature, Bible, & Logic)



UD Humanities Block (9th-10th)
(includes Humanities, English, Literature, Bible, & Logic)


UD Humanities Block (12th)
(includes Humanities, English, Literature, Bible, & Logic)


UD Humanities Block (11th)
(includes Humanities, English, Literature, Bible, & Logic)


Additional Elective Courses

Varies from $425-$825
$425 for one-semester courses

Study Hall


Umbrella for Homeschool Courses

$90 for LD / $110 for UD

Other Required Non-Refundable Fees

Application Fee
*Application Fee after April 15th $350


Sports Fee

Varies per sport $125-$475

*Registration requires signature of binding contract and a 12% tuition payment.
*Tuition and Fees are subject to change.

Financial Aid

We believe that Christ-centered education is vitally important to Christian families. It follows that no child should be denied a Christ-centered education because of finances. Since the body of Christ is made up of members from various economic levels, we have made some provision for those who cannot afford their tuition. There are many principles in Scripture that apply to this circumstance. “If anyone has material possessions and sees his brother in need, but has no pity on him, how can the love of God be in him?” (1 John 3:17). It should be noted that private education in a Christian environment will always require commitment and sacrifice on the part of the parents.

Financial assistance application may be made beginning January 1 for the following academic year, by visiting FACTS. The application deadline is March 1.