Tuition Credit Programs

We are pleased to share several exciting and proven ways to receive credit on next year’s tuition. You may begin your participation at any time.

Please contact the individual Program Coordinators if you have specific questions or need additional information.

Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) 
Volunteer Program Coordinator: Jenn Crippen: tapnccs@aol.com

TAP enables you to buy gift certification to many of your favorite restaurants, grocery stores, gas stations, and retail stores through www.shopwithscrip.com. Payment is made online through Presto Pay. These gift certificates have been purchased from more than 125 retailers with discounts ranging from 2-20%. You will be able to purchase the gift certificates at face value and the amount of the retailer’s discount is passed on to you in the form of a tuition credit (minus 1% which NCCS will retain to maintain this program). This is the same successful program that many other Christian schools use and is sometimes referred to as TRIP or SCRIP. Participants must fill out an enrollment form each year. TAP is generally not available during the summer months.

TAP Step by Step
Tap Enrollment Form
Kroger Community Rewards Enrollment Form

The final step is approval by TAP Coordinator.  You will receive an email from Great Lakes Scrip with instructions.

Kroger Community Rewards 
Volunteer Program Coordinator: Jenn Crippen: tapnccs@aol.com

By using your Kroger Plus card, you can accumulate a credit toward you next year’s tuition. Receive credit for all your Kroger shopping. There is no minimum or maximum spending amount. Purchases can be made with cash, PIN-debit card, or a credit card. Additional information and sign-up is at www.krogercommunityrewards.com. The school code for NCCS is 46066. The program runs year-round.

Referral Reward
Receive a $300 referral tuition credit if a new 1st-11th family you refer to NCCS subsequently enrolls a full-time student who pays full tuition and completes one full semester. You will receive a $300 credit to be used toward your tuition the following semester or $150 for a new K4/K5 student.