Admissions and Tuition


Miramonte Christian School serves an ethnically and socially diverse student body. Our classrooms are open to any family committed to a solid and sound Christian educational learning experience for a child. For over 80 years our open-enrollment policy has brought together children from all walks of life, ethnic origin, and social status. As they learn together, play together, and pray together, children not only acquire an excellent education; they also learn core spiritual and moral values that will guide them through life.

Applications for all grades must be completed and an admissions fee paid to start the admissions process. The admission process for new and transferring students generally requires:

  • Verification of prior academic status and achievement
  • Completion of a proficiency exam
  • Letters of recommendation
  • Student and Parent/Guardian interview with the Principal and Admissions Committee

Re-applications for the Fall school year are available in early February, and due no later than the start of Spring Break mid March. The Admission Committee generally makes returning student acceptance decisions by April 15. New student applications should be made as early as possible. Mid-year admissions will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.

Registration Forms, including the "How to Enroll Your Child at Miramonte Christian School check list" can be accessed on the Application & Enrollment page here

Tuition and Fees

Tuition and Fees FOR THE 2022-23 SCHOOL YEAR

Kindergarten thru Grade 5: $9,600.00*

Grade 6 thru Grade 8: $10,060.00*

Application Fee: $150.00

Enrollment Fee: $650.00

Contact the school office for additional information and view the Application & Enrollment page on this website to complete registration formsTuition may be paid in full or on a semester pre-payment plan that includes a 3% tuition discount (this discount does NOT apply if paid by credit card), or in 10 monthly payments.

*Parents who are members of organizations and churches affiliated with Miramonte Christian School may qualify for financial assistance and tuition subsidies supported by these organizations The following is a partial list of related organizations, contact the Miramonte office for details:

  • Central California Conference of Seventh-Day Adventists

Constituent Churches 

  • East Palo Alto SDA Church
  • Mountain View Central SDA Church
  • Mountain View Japanese SDA Church
  • Mountain View Korean SDA Church
  • Mountain View Hispanic SDA  Church
  • Palo Alto SDA Church
  • Redwood City Adventist Church
  • South Bay Chinese Adventist Church
  • Sunnyvale SDA Church

Scholarships & Financial Aid

  • The BASIC Fund -    The BASIC Fund provides scholarships on a first-come, first-served basis to families in financial need. The awards are based on household size and income and cover up to $2,000 of the tuition per child each school year. More information available on this link:  program information flyer .  To have the best chance of getting funding they strongly advise families to apply by a March 15th deadline, but BASIC Fund will accept applications up until July 31. Applications received after the March 15 deadline will be placed on a wait-list. You can download applications at

For information on the following, please please contact the Miramonte business office at 650-967-2783

  • FACTS Financial Aid Assessment Service - 
  • Central California Conference (CCC) Education Endowment Fund
  • New Member Evangelism Fund 
  • Three-way Matching Fund
  • CCC Minority Fund  for members of an Hispanic, Asian or African American CCC church
  • Conference Faith Advance
  • Miramonte's One Family Fund -  families who have been financially affected by the COVID19 global pandemic crisis can go online to FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment to qualify for this funding source.  The goal of this scholarship is that any family who lost income due to the COVID19 crisis and wants to enroll their children for next year can receive funds for their student's tuition, so that they can afford to send their children and there will be No Miramonte Child Left Behind!:
  • Partnering for Eternity (PFE)  - Service, Mentorship, and Friendship   Miramonte Christian School, in partnership with Southern Adventist University’s PFE grant, has the opportunity to offer unique tuition assistance to our students. Through this service-oriented scholarship grant, our participating students are paired with adults in our community in a mutually-beneficial way.  Building inter-generational connections provides opportunities to receive Christ’s blessings of service, growth, and friendship.     Students in the PFE grant, along with their parents, bring joy to the lives of older citizens through fun activities such as visiting, reading, and playing games. When appropriate, they may also provide light housework. As the young people build generational bridges and learn the value of service, they also benefit from the wisdom and mentorship of the older adults. In the process, their time together helps finance the student’s Christian education.  If you would like more information, please contact:

Link for parent video:  Southern Adventist University PFE page: