Fees

MCI welcomes questions and concerns about fees and finances.  Please contact us anytime at (204) 327-5891 or mci@mciblues.net.

Please note that the following are the UPDATED fees for the 2016-17 school year (one year of study).

Tuition (Grade 9-12): $5,350

Student Council Fee: $350

Uniform: Approx. $200  (Uniform fees are listed here.)

Other fees as applicable

Room and Board: $4,850

Room Damage Deposit: $250

Transportation (Daily Van Route): $2,750

Lunch Package: $750/year or $85/monthly

Graduation Fee: $50

Fees due by September 30th or as arranged with MCI.

NOTE: Not all fees are applicable to all students. Please see definition of fees to determine which ones apply to your situation.

Out of Province Fee:  $5,545

Tuition (Grade 9-12): $5,350

Student Council Fee:  $350

UniformApprox. $200  (Uniform fees are listed here.)

Other fees as applicable

Room and Board: $4,850

Room Damage Deposit: $250

Transportation (Daily Van Route): $2,750

Lunch Package: $750/year or $85/monthly

Graduation Fee: $50

Fees due by September 30th or as arranged with MCI.

NOTE: Not all fees are applicable to all students. Please see description of fees to determine which ones apply to your situation.

Tuition:  $12,250

Room and Board:  $7,250

Total:  $19,500

Other fees as applicable

UniformApprox. $200 (Uniform fees are listed here.)

Fees due by September 30th.

Since MCI is classified as a charitable institution, a portion of fees paid to the school are eligible for a tax deductible receipt. The amount is under annual review by the Canada Revenue Agency, but is often close to the cost of tuition.

MCI offers the following discounts on tuition fees:

Early Application Discount for New Students

By April 19th, $150 credit

Family Credit Plan

If more than one child is in attendance from one family, each additional student’s fees are reduced as follows:

Tuition: $500
Room and Board (if applicable): $500
Transportation (if applicable): $400

Camps with Meaning Discount

Students who work at a Camps with Meaning camp will receive a tuition credit of $50 per week worked up to a maximum of $200.

 

Definitions of Fees and Terms

Tuition Deposit – This deposit is due with the student’s application. In the event that MCI refuses a student admission, a refund will be issued. The deposit is non-refundable in the event a student decides not to attend MCI.

Student Council Fee – Student council requires a contribution from all students to fund its programs and activities such as athletics, Christian Life Retreat and yearbook.

Room and Board – Applicable to all students who live in residence on campus.

Damage Deposit – All residence students are required to pay this fee to cover expenses incurred from unexpected damages to rooms and residence. A refund will be considered upon inspection of living quarters at the end of the year.

Transportation – Daily transportation to and from MCI will be offered if a sufficient number of students from one area request such a service. We encourage families to establish carpool arrangements, as we cannot guarantee that this service will be available to all students.  There is no daily van service from Altona; we encourage families to establish carpool arrangements.

Graduation Fee – This fee applies only to Grade 12 students and is payable during the first semester. It covers cap and gown rentals and some other formal graduation expenses.

Lunch Package – This provides students with a nutritious, homemade lunch every school day. Occasional meals are available to those who do not wish to purchase a lunch package. Breakfast – $5; Lunch – $7;  Supper – $10.

 

Withdrawal

In the event of a withdrawal or dismissal, the fees owing will consist of those owing to the end of the month in which the withdrawal or dismissal occurs, plus tuition for one additional month.  International fees are non-refundable.

Tax Receipts

In compliance with Revenue Canada, MCI will issue tax receipts for that portion of the student cost which exceeds our secular cost per student.

Additional fees:

Students have the opportunity to get involved in numerous co-curricular opportunities throughout the school year. Most of these opportunities are included in the fees above, but a few are not included:

SOAR Heartland – $450 (approx.) : SOAR Heartland is a program aimed at promoting spiritual growth and discipleship. It is a 10-day trip over spring break to participate in SOAR Heartland in Winnipeg. SOAR is a MBMSI initiative that exposes students to the realities of Winnipeg’s inner-city through various service projects. This fee covers food, transportation, lodging, and program costs.

Grad Trip – $400-$800: Each year members of the graduating class have the option to go on a 6-10 day trip with their classmates that MCI staff organize and chaperone. The cost of this trip varies based on destination and trip length. Recent trips have been to Minneapolis, Wisconsin, Banff, Edmonton.

Europe Trip – $3000+: Every other year students have the option to go on a 10-day trip overseas during spring break that MCI staff organize and chaperone.  This trip is through Education First Educational Tours.  Details on the Spring 2015 trip can be found here.