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Bible School

Tuition Fees and Financial Planning

Tuition Fees and Financial Planning for Capernwray Harbour Bible School

Financial planning is an important part of any successful post-secondary level experience. This section gives you information about the tuition fees and suggestions for how to cover these costs.
Your year at Capernwray Harbour Bible School will be more enjoyable if you carefully consider your options and opportunities and begin the year with a clear financial plan.

Bible School Tuition Fees

2021/22 One Year Programme Tuition : $13,500 CAD
USD Equivalent : Approx. $10,200 USD*

2021 Fall Semester (Sep-Dec) : $6,650 CAD
USD Equivalent: approx. $5,000 USD*

2022 Winter/Spring Semester (Jan-Apr) : $8,870 CAD
USD Equivalent: approx. $6,700 USD*

* USD rate subject to change based on fluctuating exchange rates

At Capernwray Harbour Bible School, we offer a One Year Programme that runs from mid-September through earlyApril. The total tuition for Canadian and International students for the 2021/22 school year is $13,500 CAD.

We strongly encourage you to attend the full year to get the most out of our programme as the curriculum is intentionally built as a six-month training time.  However, if this is not possible we do offer the option of attending only one semester at the rates of $6,650 for the September-December semester and $8,870 for the January-April semester.

The only additional costs will be personal expenses, including optional outreach/missions opportunities.

The full tuition amount is also considered a charitable donation for income tax purposes for Canadians. This applies to anyone who makes a tuition payment on a Capernwray Harbour student’s behalf.

We have three financial payment options that you can choose from for paying the tuition fees.

Financial Planning for Bible School

For many students each year we recognize that finances can be a struggle. The thought of paying for a year of tuition can often be overwhelming! But the Lord remains faithful and loves to draw us to Himself as we learn to rely on Him, especially in this area. While trusting the Lord will lead and provide, the items below are a few practical things we’d like to suggest in order to help you plan your finances for Bible School:

  • 1. The full Tuition Fees are considered a charitable donation for income tax purposes in Canada. For most, this amounts to a substantial tax refund in the Spring. This is also helpful information for your church/friends/family who may like to make tuition payments on your behalf.
  • 2. Consider whether your church family may like the opportunity to support you in this way. Many churches are happy to make tuition payments on behalf of a student who wishes to attend Bible School.
  • 3. If you currently work or plan to work before starting Bible School, consider setting aside a portion of what you earn each month in order to save. Christmas and Spring breaks also provide opportunities to earn income for tuition fees.

APPLICANTS, PLEASE NOTE: Students are responsible for supplying their own financial support. Scholarships are not available from Capernwray Harbour.

All fees MUST be paid in Canadian dollars. VISA, VISA Debit, MasterCard, & Amex are accepted.

Canada Immigration Officers will require proof of financial support at the Port of Entry into Canada and/or when issuing a student visa for non-Canadians.

For more information, please do not hesitate to call the Registrar at 1-250-246-9440.