Welcome to the Business Offices' webpage. We hope you find this page helpful as you plan for your financial commitment to Christian education at Oak Grove Lutheran School. Since the stability of our school and the quality of its programs are of primary importance, we are always seeking ways to make improvements that will benefit everyone. We feel this web site and its contents is a major step in accomplishing that.
Oak Grove Lutheran School has contracted with FACTS Management Company to help us better manage our tuition collection program. We believe this partnership will be beneficial to our school and to our families. Oak Grove Lutheran School is committed to providing a quality, Christian education to our students. Working with FACTS is one more step in assuring that we can continue our mission.
CFO & Business Manager
NEW FAMILY TUITION ENROLLMENT
All new families to Oak Grove Lutheran School in the 2011-2012 school year are required to sign up for an actively managed tuition payment plan through FACTS Management Company. You will have the opportunity to pay in full, by semester or schedule monthly payments. Please note that all payment plans, including annual, will be processed through FACTS.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact JoLynn Schmid in the Business Office at 701.373.7146 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: returning families do not need to sign up for a plan. Oak Grove will re-enroll your student.
Oak Grove Lutheran School is converting to ACH Accounts Receivable Conversion debits on checks that are received at the school. When you provide a check as payment, you authorize us either to use information from your check to make a one-time electronic fund transfer from your account or to process the payment as a check transaction. When we use information from your checks to make an electronic fund transfer, funds may be withdrawn from your account as soon as the same day we receive your payment, and you will not receive your check back from your financial institution.
What does this mean to you as the consumer? You will not see any change from how checks used to be processed other than typically the converted check will show up on your bank statement as electronic entries rather than listed in your check summary section.
Read on for more information, including frequently asked questions.
Recent Parent News
Oak Grove Lutheran School Expands Elementary
and the Early Learning Center.
Please call about enrolling your children in
Pre-K, Kindergarten, and 1st Grade!
Oak Grove Lutheran School is pleased to announce the expansion of its Early Learning Center and Elementary School. Oak Grove has entered into a Purchase Agreement with Comstock Limited, LLC to acquire the building at 2710 32nd Ave South.
Mike Slette, President of Oak Grove says, “Small class sizes are a hallmark of the Oak Grove Elementary School experience with primary grades, K-2nd targeting 16-18 students per class and 18-20 students in 3rd through 5th. The low student-to-teacher ratio promotes a strong learning environment that consistently produces strong MAP and ND State Assessment test results that are well above state averages.” Currently we have two sections of rooms for every grade. This first stage of expansion will allow us to add a third section to our Kindergarten, Grade 1, and Pre-K. This also gives us the ability to comfortably spread the students between rooms, keeping our low student to teacher ratio. We are “Growing to Stay Small”.
“We love that the new expansion will also include a “Hands-On” Science Lab that can be used by all grades at the Elementary. Where else can Pre-K and Kindergarten students have hands-on science as part of their early learning experience? And having a computer room, library, and gymnasium available for this early age is amazing!” says Joe and Lisa Nicholas, Oak Grove Elementary parents. (Click the READ MORE below)
Oak Grove will celebrate the conclusion of the school year and students’ successes with the annual Convocations, Baccalaureate and Graduation Day for grades 6-12.
On Monday, May 20 – Activities Convocation. 10:00 a.m. in the Scheels Center
On Tuesday, May 21 – Academic Convocation. 10:00 a.m. in the Scheels Center
All parents are encouraged to attend the convocations to
celebrate the year. At the convocations, student extra-curricular, leadership, academic and athletic achievements are recognized, awards and honors are bestowed, Merit Based Scholarships are given, and senior college scholarships are announced. Please join us!
Sunday, May 26 – Baccalaureate and Graduation Day
10:00 a.m. Baccalaureate in Scheels Center. 2:00 P.M. Graduation in Scheels Center.
Student speakers are Valedictorian Bradley Conant, and
Salutatorian Tyler Christianson.
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