Thank you for considering investing in your future by attending the School of Supernatural Life. The price for fall 2015 entry to the school is $3,800. This includes student tuition, books and all other teaching materials but does not cover the costs of an optional outreach (the price of which varies by location), or the fee to apply to the school ($35).
The rest of this page serves to explain the above in more detail. It may look overwhelming (and long!), but it really isn't. We will be happy to answer any questions you may have after reading this page. To understand more about the application process, payment options and discounts offered, read on.
Start the application process by paying a non-refundable application fee of $35. School staff read all applications and notify successful applicants that they have been accepted into the school. Upon acceptance to the school, a non-refundable deposit of $350 is required within 14 days to secure enrollment.
Once the deposit has been paid, students have a choice; either pay the remaining balance ($3450) in full and receive a $300 discount or take advantage of the installment plan and make three separate payments spread throughout the school year.
Step 3 (Optional)
Students who wish to go on the optional outreach at the end of the school will need to raise additional funds. The price of the outreach depends on location but historically has been somewhere between $1,000 - $5,000).
In addition to the discount offered for paying in full, there are also discounts for married couples and multiple same household family members. These are explained in more detail below.
Summary of Costs
Non-refundable application fee:
Non-refundable deposit due on acceptance (this is applied to tuition balance).
School Fees (Per Year)
Tuition (includes all books and teaching materials) per year.
Outreach Fees (Optional)
Cost varies by location:
$1,000 - $5,000
Married Couple and Multiple Same Household Family Members Discount
For married couples and multiple same household family members attending school at the same time together.
First student school fees:
Spouse school fees:
Additional family member residing in the same household
Early Pay Discount
For balances paid in full by September 1, 2015 the following discounts are available:
Early payment discount:
Early payment discount for spouse and/or same household family members:
Deposit (due within 14 days of being accepted)
1st Installment due September 8th
2nd Installment due October 12th
3rd Installment due November 16th
Student A wants to attend first year and can pay in full. They pay the $35 application fee and apply. Upon acceptance they pay their $350 deposit. Before September 1st they pay in full to take advantage of the $300 discount and pay $3150 ($3450 balance - $300 discount). Total paid is $3535 ($35 + $350 + $3150).
Student B wants to attend second year but wants to pay in installments. They pay the $35 application fee and apply. Upon acceptance they pay their $350 deposit. On September 8th they pay their first installment of $1250. They pay their second installment before October 12th of $1100 and then pay their final installment of $1100 by November 16th. Total paid is $3835 ($35 + $350 + $1250 + $1100 + $1100).
Students C + D are a married couple and wish to come to the school. They each pay their $35 application fees and apply. Upon acceptance they each pay their $350 deposits. They choose to pay off their balance before September 1st and each receive an early payment discount. Student C receives a $300 discount, while student D receives a $200 discount. This brings their remaining balances down to $3150 ($3800 - $350 - $300) for Student C and $2300 ($2850 - $350 - $200) for Student D. The total paid by Student C is $3535 ($35 + $350 + $3150). The total paid by Student D is $2685 ($35 + $350 + $2300).
Students E + F are a brother and sister who live in the same household and wish to come to the school. They each pay their $35 application fees and apply. Upon acceptance they each pay their $350 deposits. They choose to pay the remainder of their balances using the installment plan. On September 8th Student E pays their first installment of $1250, while Student F pays $1000. They pay their second installment before October 12th; Student E pays $1100 while Student F pays $1000. They pay their final installment by November 16th; Student E pays $1100 and Student F pays $500. The total paid by Student E is $3835 ($35 + $350 + $1250 + $1100 + $1100). The total paid by Student F is $2885 ($35 + $350 + $1000 + $1000 + $500).