Financial Aid Information
A private school education is doable, even for those with limited incomes. We recommend you explore the following options in the order given:
1) See if family members, such as grandparents, aunts or uncles, would be able to contribute a portion of the cost.
2) Apply for student aid through your local church.
3) Apply for scholarships from the list below.
4) Apply for financial aid through Rogers Adventist School.
Provided by donations and funds generated by the Kids Educational Endowment Program (KEEP). A limited number of Scholarships are available to help defray cost of enrollment or other registration fees.
Church Student Aid
Awarded through your church’s financial aid committee. 1) Download your home church’s application from our website, or contact your local church office. 2) Follow the criteria set forth by your church, and submit the application by June 1. 3) The church will notify RAS of the amount of financial aid awarded, and will make payments directly to the school. 4) Financial aid amount will show as a credit on family tuition account each month.
RAS Financial Aid
For students who fall outside the criteria for church student aid, or who need additional supplementary aid. Applications are all processed online through FACTS Grant & Aid, enabling us to better manage the process and have consistent eligibility criteria to determine aid awards.
RAS Financial Aid is funded entirely by the generosity of various people and organizations with a heart for children and Christian education. Donations vary from year to year, so aid awards to families are limited and dependent upon available funds. Aid awards do not automatically carry over from year to year, so families must re-apply each year according to their needs at the time. Applications completed by June 1 will be given priority consideration.
The $40 application fee charged by FACTS will be credited back on the tuition account of each family who is approved for aid and is actively enrolled, effective with the first month the aid takes effect in the 2022-23 school year.
A three-way scholarship funded by the North Pacific Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists (NPUC), Rogers Adventist School, and the student’s local church. (Scholarship funds are very limited and available only for students of Hispanic/Latino origin whose church membership is NOT in the College Place Spanish SDA or Walla Walla Spanish SDA Church. These churches have their own scholarship program for students of their members).