Summit Christian School | Ways To Give
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Ways To Give


Thank you for making a donation to Summit Christian School.  Tuition only covers a portion of our operating budget so charitable giving from individuals, companies, and foundations is essential for us to continue to provide the exceptional education offered at Summit Christian School. Please click the “Donate” button to send us your tax-deductible gift today.  Thank you!


Summit Christian School is a Not-For-Profit institution under the IRS Code 501(c)(3).


Through our year-long Tuition Reimbursement Incentive Program (T.R.I.P.) fundraiser, you may choose to support specific areas of need including the 7th/8th grade week-long field trip, a classroom, a specific student, or another special fund. Once registered, you can purchase gift cards each week to be used for personal shopping expenses or to use as gifts for others. A portion of the purchase will be credited to the area you choose to support. For more information on how to register for T.R.I.P., please call the school office or click HERE.

SCS Spiritwear

What better way to show your support for our students and school than to wear SCS merchandise around town! You’ll be amazed at how many people will ask about SCS as you wear your sharp new gear. A variety of items and colors are available. Call the school office for item availability, colors, and pricing.

Stock Our Shelves

Another tangible way you can support the mission of our school is through the donation of material resources like:

  • Tissues
  • Paper towels
  • Clorox wipes
  • Uniform items (pants, polos, skirts/jumpers, underwear, socks, etc.)
  • Classroom learning supplies (paper, pencils, folders, etc.)

Contact the school office if you wish to donate any of the above items or to get an update on our biggest resource needs.