Billing and Payment

The yearly cost of the program has been split into nine equal payments. The payment schedule is outlined below.

Program Preschool ECE and Kindergarten
Payment Period September – May
Bills Mailed to You 20th of each month (approximately)
Payments Due by Mail
By the 5th of each month
Automatic Payments Deducted Between the 5th and 10th of the month
Late Fees A late fee of $20 will be charged to your account if payment has not been received in the Tuition and Billing Office by the 15th of the month.

More information

Check or Money order


  • Make checks out to: Denver Public Schools.
  • Account number (found on the statement mailed each month)
  • Your home phone number
  • Your child’s name

A check may take up to 21 days to clear your bank after it is posted to your account.

Returned checks are subject to collections by PFC (Professional Finance Company) and will be debited from your checking account electronically for the face amount of the check plus their fee of $40. This transaction will appear on your bank statement when they collect the funds. After two returned checks, payment must be made with money order or credit card.

Be certain to retain the payment stub from all Money Order payments.

Deliver in person or by mail to:
Denver Public Schools, Tuition & Billing
1860 Lincoln St., Denver, CO. 80203

Credit card, Debit card, or Electronic Fund Transfer If you would like to sign up to have your payments automatically charged or debited, and have not done so already, please complete the Express Pay form.

Return this form to the Tuition Billing Office by fax (720-423-3697) NO LATER than 5 days prior to when your payment would be processed. For more information on due dates, please see the payment schedule above.

Pay on-line the simple way please click here.

Cash Cash is not an acceptable form of payment

When the account becomes seriously past due, the principal will be notified and your child may be dis-enrolled from the program according to the process detailed in the account information packet mailed with the first statement and in the forms.

In order to withdraw your child from any Tuition-Based Program, please complete and return a Change in Status form. Failure to complete the Change of Status form will result in your account being charged in full until notice is received. Change of Status forms are available in your school’s front office and in forms and informative docs below.

Form Description
Change of Status 2016-2017
English | SpanishBilingual
Use the Change of Status Form to withdraw your child from a tuition-based program or if you have experienced any change that will affect your tuition (i.e. change in income, household size, or if you move from outside the district inside the district).
Express Pay Use this link to the Express Pay Form to sign up for automatic payments by credit card, debit card, or Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT).
Account Information Letter (Traditional Programs) This is the bilingual letter that is sent by Tuition Billing to the parents/guardians of students who are entering traditional programs. The letter outlines the payment process.