Grace Christian Academy relies on monthly tuition, fundraising efforts, and generous donations from friends and alumni to pay its teachers and other bills. Therefore, enrolled students are required to make monthly tuition payments as well as pay some one-time fees such as registration and graduation. However, financial assistance is available. We strive to do whatever it takes to ensure that financial situations do not prevent children from being part of Grace.
Families make ten monthly payments (September through June) based on their income and the number of children they enroll. Families also agree to participate in candy sales as part of school fundraisers (or make an equal contribution). All families will benefit from the subsidies provided by Grace’s generous donors and grants to reduce the full cost of their child's education. Families making less than 400% of the poverty line generally qualify for additional assistance.
All families qualify for heavily discounted rates below the full cost to educate a student at Grace thanks to the support of churches, individual donors, alumni, and other foundations. Grace is committed to providing reduced costs to every student who enrolls. Please contact us to fill out financial aid and confirm an exact tuition amount for your family.
Grace Christian Academy is committed to helping as many children as possible receive a quality, Christian education. Subsidies reduce the cost of education for EVERY student that enrolls at Grace Christian academy. Additional financial assistance is available for families that qualify. You may download a financial aid form below or pick one up in the school office. Families are also encouraged to explore their eligibility for Action for Children (see below in DHS) to further reduce their costs.
DHS currently helps low-income parents with the cost of full or partial day childcare during the time the parents are at work or in-school. This covers full-day early childhood programs for children through age 5 and partial day coverage that covers extended care costs for children up to age 13. DHS assigns each family a monthly co-pay based on income which typically lowers your costs to a monthly rate anywhere between $20-220/month per family. Applications can be downloaded and printed using the link below. You may also pick up a paper copy in the office at Grace. Please contact us for more details or explore the DHS website at actforchildren.org