Financial Aid

East Moline Christian School offers help to those who qualify or are in need of financial help. EMCS offers eight opportunities to help you.


Academic Scholarships (Grades 8-11) : Students who maintain a 3.0 grade average, as well as achieve 80% on the SAT tests administered by the East Moline Christian School, may qualify for an academic scholarship, provided that their behavior and conduct are not jeopardized by demerits.

Christian Service Awards : Families moving into the area who become active participants in all services of the Victory Baptist Church of East Moline may qualify for a discounted tuition rate.

Pastors Discount : Senior pastors and youth pastors who are full-time employees within their churches are eligible for a 50% discount on tuition fees.

Work Exchange Program : There are a limited number of positions available within the East Moline Christian School. Parents may exchange work for the cost of tuition, books, and registration fees up to $2,775 .

Financial Assistance : Financial assistance based on wages earned is available. All families interested in this possible opportunity must schedule a conference with the superintendent or principal.

Finder’s Fee : If a new family enrolls their children at East Moline Christian School and designates your name as the family who was instrumental in their decision to enroll at EMCS, you may receive a $100 reduction in tuition fees. NOTE: Only one family may receive the finder’s fee.

 First Year Christian Family Scholarship : A new family enrolling children in grades 6-12 may qualify for a $1,250 Christian family scholarship. You will receive $750 the first year and $500 the second year. Your pastor must give a written letter verifying that you are an active member with good standing in attendance, morals, and character.

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EMCS NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY: East Moline Christian School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarships and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.