General Information about School Fees and Fee Waivers
- Textbook/Technology/Materials Fee (paid as part of registration fees): This fee applies to only 9th graders and covers technology, textbooks, learning materials, etc.
- Class Fees and Other Charges (paid as part of registration fees): These fees are charged according to what classes or programs each student is taking. The fees cover the specific costs associated with those classes or programs.
- Student Body Fee (paid as part of registration fees): This is a fee paid by all students. It allows for fieldtrips, assemblies and other school activities.
- Extra-Curricular Fees: these are not paid at registration, but will be paid if/when your student begins participation in an extra-curricular activity; this includes cross country, tennis, basketball, wrestling, track, school play, etc.
- Donations: You are welcome to make donations to the school - parent donations often help fund supplies and activities for students as well as providing for school improvements.
To see the Nebo District Fee Schedule click here: http://www.nebo.edu/pubpolicy/J/JN.pdf (Scroll down to page 11 of 12 to see junior high school fees)
Fee Waivers: if you think you may qualify for a fee waiver, you must apply in person at the school. Verification of income is required.
- Utah law permits the charging of fees in grades seven through twelve. This means that your student may be charged fees for school materials, supplies, activities and programs.
- If your student is eligible based on income verification or receives SSI payments (qualified child with disabilities), or if you are receiving TANF (Horizon Card - currently qualified for financial assistance or food stamps) or the student was placed in your home by the state as a foster child, the school will waive fees (meaning that you will not be required to pay the student fees).
- If you are having a financial emergency caused by job loss, major illness, or other substantial loss of income beyond your control, your child might be eligible for a fee waiver even if other eligibility criteria are not met. You may apply for fee waivers by submitting the Fee Waiver Application to an administrator at MJHS.
- Please note that yearbook purchases, bookstore items, fines and certain other costs are not subject to fee waivers.
To see fee waiver qualifying income levels, click on the Fee Waiver Application link below:
Please Note: Charges for bookstore items such as school apparel, yearbooks, school pictures and other similar items are not fees and can not be waived. Also, if your student loses or damages school property, the costs of replacement or repair are not fees and can not be waived.