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The Cost of Quality Education

Tuition & Fees

  • What are the Core Beliefs of Parkway Christian Church?
    As members of Parkway Christian Church, we confess that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of the living God, and proclaim him Lord and Savior of the world. In Christ’s name and by His grace, we accept our mission of witness and service to all people. We rejoice in God, the maker of heaven and earth, and in the covenant of love, which binds us to God and one another. Through baptism into Christ, we enter into newness of life and are made one with the whole people of God. In the communion of the Holy Spirit, we are joined together in discipleship and in obedience to Christ. Within the universal 7 church, we receive the gift of ministry and the light of scripture. In the bonds of Christian faith, we yield ourselves to God who we serve, the One whose kingdom has no end. Blessing, glory and honor be to God forever. Amen. Christian spirituality is a way of life that relates to who and what we are and to whom and what God is as revealed in Jesus Christ and as experienced through the Holy Spirit. We encourage one another in the spiritual disciplines and practices through which we open ourselves to being shaped by God. Those disciplines include prayer, Bible study, worship, stewardship, service, study of the church’s tradition and hospitality to strangers. Our spiritual development ministries range from teaching children to love Jesus to helping adults live Christ-like lives. One of these ministries is Parkway Christian School. We are devoted to excellence in the spiritual development of the children attending, as well as their educational development. Our goal is to prepare students to live in a diverse society with their Christian Faith centered on Christ’s love, example, and teaching. Blessing, glory and honor be to God forever. Amen.
  • What are Parkway Christian School's Foundational Objectives?
    ●To aim to glorify God in all that we do. ● To build the foundation of our school on Christ, Character and Community. ● To maintain an innovative curriculum that strives towards excellence. ● To demonstrate character traits and the Fruit of the Spirit from Galatians. We expect responsible, ethical, and Christ-centered behavior both personally and professionally. ● To encourage open communication and creative thinking. ● To promote teamwork among the entire Parkway family that will enhance our community spirit. ● To encourage and enhance student, parent, and family relationships.
  • What is our Portrait of a Graduate?
    Parkway’s Portrait of a Graduate allows parents, constituents and prospective students to get a snapshot of what our students look like when they graduate. Our goal is to create and maintain a partnership between home and school to develop the following qualities. Poised Self-advocacy Selfless Goal Oriented Virtuous Forward Thinker Confident Character Driven Motivated Disciple of Christ Relational Global Awareness Organized Positive Digital Citizen Respectful Effective Communicator Responsible Critical/Analytical Thinker Well Rounded Involved in Community Outreach

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Parkway Christian School continues to provide quality education for students enrolled in Kindergarten Preparatory through Eighth grades. Parkway strives for the highest standards of academic excellence while maintaining affordable tuition rates and fees.

Tuition and Fees Information 2024 – 2025
Please note all fees are non-refundable
• Application Fee (New Students) - $200 
• Annual Enrollment Fee (Per Student) - $885 
• Annual Capital Fee (Per Family) - $850
Grade Level  Yearly Tuition     10 Monthly Payments (Begin Aug 1)  12 Monthly Payments (Begin June 1)
K-Prep               $8,735.00                              $873.50                                                 $727.92
Grades K-5       $11,685.00                           
$1,168.50                                                $973.75

Grades 6-8       $12,580.00                           $1,258.00                                               

(Middle School)

Discounts (only one discount per student with some exceptions): 

  • Loyalty Discount: families enrolled at Parkway Schools for the 2019/2020 school year & maintained continued enrollment

    •     Elementary Students (K - 5th) receive a $370 annual tuition credit per student

    •     Middle School Students (6th - 8th) receive a $520 annual tuition credit per student

  • Sibling Discount: applicable to the youngest upper school student(s)

    • 2nd student receives a 15% tuition discount / 3rd student receives a 50% tuition discount / 4th student and additional receive a 50% tuition discount

    • If you have a preschool sibling, please refer to the preschool tuition sheet for sibling discount policy

  • Parkway Christian Church Members: receive a 10% tuition discount. Must be a registered and participating member of Parkway Christian Church.

    • Parkway Christian Church members must be active in church ministries and make regular contributions. Attendance and contributions are reviewed quarterly.

  • Friends of Parkway Discount: receive a 10% tuition discount when you make a per student tax deductible donation equal to one month’s tuition. 

    • payable to Parkway Christian Church before August 1.

  • Active Duty Military Personnel: receive a 10% tuition discount. Must provide proof of active status.

  • Pastor/Clergy Discount: Active clergy receive a 10% tuition discount. Must provide proof of active status.

  • First Responder Personnel: receive a 10% tuition discount. Firefighters, local and state law enforcement officers, EMT, and paramedics.

    • Must provide proof of active status.

  • Prepay Discount: Tuition paid in full by July 31 is eligible for a 3% discount.
  • State of Florida Scholarships are considered a discount.

  • Additional Fees:
  • Eighth Grade Graduation Fee $250.00 (includes 1 yearbook and Spanish field trip final)

  • Major Field Trips - Costs are approximate

    • 4th grade-St. Augustine field trip: $800; 5th grade-$200

    • 6th grade- $600; 7th grade- $900; 8th grade- $1,800

  • Other Expenses:

    • Uniforms- All grades

    • School supplies

    • minor field trips-all grades

Financial Aid

Currently, Parkway accepts the following State of Florida scholarships (This may be subject to change):

  • Florida Tax Credit (FTC)

  • Family Empowerment Scholarship for Educational Options (FES-EO)

  • Family Empowerment Scholarship for Students with Unique Abilities (FES-UA)-PCS is an authorized provider. Parents are responsible for requesting reimbursement directly from the State of Florida.

Please visit the State's websites for more information or to apply. ( or (

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In Loving Memory of Terri Coolidge

The Terri Coolidge Scholarship Fund

Terri Coolidge, the loving mother of Skip and Savannah, thought of Parkway Christian School as part of her family. Terri enjoyed the time she spent at the school and considered Parkway her family’s second home. The sudden loss of Terri last year was devastating news to our families. The healing process of Terri’s loss has only begun. Through our healing, Parkway Christian School has created The Terri Coolidge Scholarship Fund. This scholarship is for current Parkway students’ families who have lost a parent. In addition to their terrible loss, these families may be faced with the unexpected financial responsibility of private school tuition on one parent’s income and may be looking at the possibility of additional loss by losing their home at Parkway just when they most need the love and support of their

Terri Coolidge Scholarship Fund

Parkway Family. This scholarship fund honors the memory of Terri Coolidge and her family. She was a kind, generous, and devoted mother committed to her children’s education.

As a close-knit community, we know there is always someone in need of a prayer, a hug, or a helping hand. If you would like to contribute to the Terri Coolidge Scholarship Fund, to help members of our Parkway community, you can do so by making an online donation or mailing your donation:


  • To make an online donation, please follow this link: Terri Coolidge Scholarship Fund

  • You can also mail your donation to: Parkway Christian Church, 1200 S. Flamingo Rd., Davie, FL  33325.  In the memo please write “Terri Coolidge Scholarship Fund”.  


Your gift goes directly to help students and their families in their time of need and loss. Your gift will allow families the financial security to keep their child(ren) at Parkway Christian School.


If you are a Parkway Christian School family that is facing this difficult time due to the death of a parent, you are not alone in our community; please reach out to us.

If you would like to make a donation to the Terri Coolidge Scholarship, please feel free to use the link below.

Sally Walker Scholarship


 In 2004, when Sally Walker retired, several parents of Parkway Christian School established a scholarship system for use in emergency situations for the students of our Preschool and Elementary Schools.  The fund has been used many times over the years. The PTOs of both the Preschool and Elementary Schools both contribute to the fund. 

Purpose and Policy: 

The purpose and Board policy of the Sally Walker Scholarship Fund is to provide limited emergency financial assistance to parents of Parkway Christian Preschool, Elementary, and Middle School families. Emergency conditions would encompass family illness, death, loss of employment or other situations that cause undue hardship on the family. All applications must be accompanied by a letter stating the needs of the family and why the applicant should be considered. The fund may not be applied to any fees including, but not limited to, the annual capital fee.

 The fund will be limited to provide no more than $1000 per year per family.

 While it is not required to repay the funds, individuals who use the funds should be informed, if possible, they repay the funds for future use or to give back through volunteer hours.

 The fund shall not be used in situations of domestic disputes where there are differences and conflict between parents.



  1. Upon receiving a request for use of the Fund, the Principal shall have the parent fill out the appropriate form and submit the request to the Scholarship Sub Committee of the School Board.

  2. The Sub Committee consisting of the Chairperson of the School Board, the Principal, and a representative of a parent group (PTO) shall meet or confer within 3 days to decide the merits of the request.

  3. The decision shall be relayed by the Principal in writing to the parent, and the Chair of the Board shall report the decision to the full board at the next meeting.

If you would like to make a donation to our Enhancement Program, use the donation button below.

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