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Mississippi College and Mt. Salus Christian School Sign Agreement

President Lee Royce and Mt. Salus Christian School leader Bill Maner signed papers on March 29 to strengthen ties between the two institutions. Maner is an MC graduate.

Mississippi College’s partnership with the Mt. Salus Christian School is growing stronger thanks to a new tuition agreement.

President Lee Royce and Bill Maner, head of the school in Clinton, signed the papers in late March.

Mt. Salus students will become eligible to receive a 40 percent MC tuition discount as long as they meet admission requirements of the Baptist-affiliated university.

In addition, any Mississippi College faculty or staff dependents attending Mt. Salus can receive a 25 percent tuition reduction.

An MC graduate, Maner says he’s delighted to enhance the partnership with his alma mater in Clinton. He’s worked as a Mt. Salus teacher, coach and athletic director before becoming the private school’s leader.

Created in 1970, Mt. Salus seeks to “help students become who God created them to be.” Located at 1580 Clinton Raymond Road, the fully accredited independent Christian school offers students a quality Bible-based education.

In recent years, MC officials signed similar agreements with leaders at other private schools such as Madison-Ridgeland Academy and Jackson Prep.