Scrip: Earn Tuition Credits
What is Scrip?
It's a program that earns tuition credits while you do your everyday shopping!
Scrip is gift cards/certificates from national and local retailers. They’re the same gift cards that you buy at the store. Over 300 retailers participate in our Scrip program including; Giant Eagle, Marcs, Acme, Sheetz, Hartville Hardware, Hartville Kitchen, Starbucks, Kohl’s, Speedway, Old Navy, Bath & Body, Texas Roadhouse, and many more.
The beauty of Scrip is that you put your regular shopping dollars to work for you. You earn money for tuition or other fees billed through FACTS/RenWeb without spending any more money than you would normally. Just pay for your regular shopping with Scrip gift cards at the participating stores! Scrip can be used for just about any household purchase including food, clothing, entertainment, gasoline and even dining out.
All gift card orders are placed online at www.shopwithscrip.com using the Lake Center Christian School Code of 198529LD45561, and paid for using PrestoPay (an electronic check from your checking or savings). The orders need to be placed by Sunday. The money that you pay for these cards will not be taken from your bank account until Tuesday. Your gift cards will be ready for pickup or be delivered to your child on Wednesday afternoon. Your cards will arrive to you within 24 hours after your payment is withdrawn from your bank account.
Scrip Program Questions & Answers
The Scrip Program is a gift card program. It’s a program that assists families with tuition and other school related costs billed through RenWeb.
Yes. Set up your family account up and accumulate credit before your children are in school.
No, but you can setup a separate Scrip and PrestoPay account in another household members name.
Yes. They can setup their own Scrip account and have their rebates assigned to your family. They will need to designate your family in the enrollment process online. If they order “Physical” gift cards, YOU will be responsible for getting the cards to them.