Scholarships & Grants
*Financial Assistance: Anyone requesting financial assistance will need to start with our 3rd party financial evaluation system, FACTS. You will also need to apply with your local Adventist church in Albany, Corvallis, Lebanon, or Sweet Home, if applicable.
Every Child Deserves To Know Christ Grant (ECDTKC)
The Oregon Conference of Seventh-day Adventists is pleased to provide for the third year an educational grant for all incoming Kindergarten, First Grade and Ninth Grade students. The Every Child Deserves To Know Christ grant program is designed to assist families who may struggle to meet the costs of tuition in Christian Education. Currently constituent churches work with the school to provide Worthy Student Scholarships to students who qualify. This grant is intended to fill the gap between WSS and what the family is unable to pay.
Student must be registered for Kindergarten or First Grade at the time of application
The application process requires families to submit an application to FACTS, a third-party vendor, which supplies the school with an independent analysis and assessment of an applicants ability to pay tuition
NPUC Hispanic Student Scholarship
The North Pacific Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists offers a scholarship for families of Hispanic/Latino origin, who may not be able to enroll their child due to financial constraints. This scholarship may be renewed, and application(s) must be received by the school prior to the academic year beginning.
The student must have the financial backing of their local church and school with appropriate certification as described on the application
The student must be currently enrolled at the school listed on the application
The application must be received from the school listed on the application
Partnering For Eternity (PFE)
This school year a new scholarship program has been made available for elementary students in Adventist Schools across the North American Division. PARTNERSHIP FOR ETERNITY is a student grant program which pairs students with senior adults in their community.
The goal of PFE is two-fold. First it provides scholarship funds for students enrolled in Adventist schools. Second it provides an opportunity for student community service and builds bridges between today’s youth and the senior generation in our churches and local community. There are a limited number of scholarships available, and families are encouraged to contact the school who are interested in applying for this grant. Seniors who would like to inquire about participation to have weekly visits from a student-parent team also need to contact CVCS to register their interest in participating.