Yearly Fees

  • Fees, now paid online, fall into two categories.  Course Fees are required and are tallied based on the classes each student is taking. Course fees can be paid starting in mid-September after class schedules are final and then again in February for second semester. Non-Course Fees are optional and based on the clubs and sports a student chooses to participate in.  Non-Course fees need to be paid before the first sport or club contest to be eligible to participate.
     
    All students that participate in clubs and sports at Mount Si High School must join ASB.  The fee in2021-2022 is $55.
     
    Fees are now taken online for your convenience or you may pay at the Finance Windows before 1:00 p.m. each day. Questions?  Call Finance at 425.831-0226.
     

    2021-2022 Non-Course Fees (OPTIONAL)
    •    ASB $55
    •    Replacement ASB $5
    •    Sport Participation Fee $200
    •    Club Participation Fee $25 (Debate only)
    •    Yearbook $60 (on sale January 1-31)
    •    Instrument Rental Fee $150

    Additional ASB fees:

     

    Additional ASB fees:

     

    Key Club Dues  $15

    National Honor Society Dues  $15

    Soccer Socks   $20

    Swim Team Uniform   $40

    Pep Band Jacket   $48

    Band Retreat   $125

    Band Trips (multiple trips)   ~$100

    Band Uniform Fee   $25

    Orchestra Retreat   $75

    Choir Trips (multiple trips)  ~$100

    Choir Retreat   $125

    Choir Uniform Fee   $25

    Sports Medicine Competition Fee   $30

    Sports Medicine Leadership Workshop  $29

    DECA Membership  $20

    DECA Competition Fee  $30

    Makers Club Supply Fee  $25

     

     

    Washington State legislature passed House Bill 1660 with the goal to eliminate costs and barriers to student participation in extracurricular activities.  Families enrolled in College Bound Scholarship Program, or who qualify for Free or Reduced-price meals can elect to have these fees waived. 


     

     

    Washington State legislature passed House Bill 1660 with the goal to eliminate costs and barriers to student participation in extracurricular activities.  Families enrolled in College Bound Scholarship Program, or who qualify for Free or Reduced-price meals can elect to have these fees waived. 

     
    Financial Assistance for Academic Fees
    (A small fund is available on a first come, first serve basis)
     
     
     
     
    ONLINE PAYMENT INSTRUCTIONS:
       - Use the same login as Family Access (parent login, not student login)
       - Click on your student's name
       - Click on the gray bar "Pay Fines/Fees" to see what fees your student owes, or "Items at Student's School" to pay for optional items.
       - You may then "Pay Selected Fines/Fees" (2% convenience fee applies)
       - Click on the gray bar "Purchase History" to view past purchases.
       - You may also pay in person at the Finance window at either campus.  Phone payments are not longer available.
     

     

    PLEASE PAY ALL PAST DUE FINES

     
    If your student has past-due fines, he/she cannot process their transcripts or participate in sports and other activities including Homecoming, Prom and Graduation.
     
    HOW CAN I FIND THE AMOUNT MY STUDENT OWES AND PAY?
    Follow the steps below to see what fees your student owes.  Click http://payments.svsd410.org/
       - Use the same login as Family Access (parent login, not student login)
       - Click on your student's name
       - Click on the gray bar "Pay Fines/Fees" to see what fees your student owes.
       - You may then "Pay Selected Fines/Fees" (2% convenience fee applies)
       - You may also pay in person at the Finance window at either campus from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
      
    Due to the new option to pay online, paying fees over the phone is no longer available.
     
    WHAT HAPPENS IF I HAVE A FINE?
    A fine is entered for your student for any unpaid fees and when uniforms, textbooks* and library books* are not returned.  Students may not participate in any activities (dances, graduation, etc) or process transcripts until all fees have been paid and the fine removed. *Book Fines:  if your textbook or library book is lost and you pay the fine, but later return the lost book to us, we can refund your money.  But please note that refunds cannot be given past September 30th. (Note, a "fine" does not mean additional funds will be due.  It just means the original fees need to be paid before the student can participate in activities.)