Welcome to SCRIP
WHAT IS SCRIP?
SCRIP (School Cash Rebate Incentive Program) is substitute money and is an incredible tool for Manitowoc Lutheran High School and grade school families to earn tuition credits for current or future tuition. When you purchase SCRIP, you’re purchasing gift cards and gift certificates that are used just like cash for local and national vendors. You can use SCRIP to purchase everyday expenses like food, gas, clothing, restaurants, home improvements, medical, travel, plus much more. With every purchase you make using Scrip, you are generating extra income for families with a tuition credit account along with budgeted and non-budgeted items at Manitowoc Lutheran High School.

HOW SCRIP GENERATES EXTRA INCOME
SCRIP allows you to shop using gift cards and gift certificates bought from the Manitowoc Lutheran High School SCRIP Office. All the participating vendors offer a substantial discount on their gift cards or gift certificates. The SCRIP Office buys the SCRIP at a discount, resells the gift cards and gift certificates to families like yours at face value. The income generated from the discount purchase is donated back to the Manitowoc Lutheran High School SCRIP program with a percentage of it going to a families tuition account and/or MLHS for budgeted/non-budgeted items.

WHO CAN USE SCRIP?
Anyone who wishes to support Manitowoc Lutheran High School may purchase SCRIP. A SCRIP tuition account may be opened for families with children newborn through 12th grade. Just complete an agreement form to open a family tuition credit account. Parents, grandparents, relatives and friends can designate a family’s account when placing their own SCRIP order. What a great savings program for families currently sending or looking ahead to the future to send their children to Manitowoc Lutheran High School for a Christian education!

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Train a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it. ~ Proverbs 22:6