New Student Tuition & Fee Schedule 2019-2020
$180 – due with Application form; $170 for each additional student from the same family
Application Fee Policy:
1. Application will not be processed without the application fee.
2. The application fee is non-refundable, except if class is full to capacity.
3. Reserved student placement will only be held as long as testing, book fee (due June 1st) and 1st month tuition
(due on August 1st) are paid on time. Class placement will be released upon non-payment of fees.
This fee partially covers the cost of the forms, processing for admissions and bookkeeping. It also covers parent newsletters and office communications, student accident insurance, A.C.S.I. & T.A.B.S. membership dues, etc.
1. Screening / Entrance / Placement Test – $50
2. Spring Standardized Testing – $50
Testing Fee Policy:
1. Due at time of application.
2. Must be paid in full by the day of testing.
3. Testing fees are non-refundable; however, if the student is not admitted to the Academy the $50 Spring
Standardized Testing Fee is refundable.
All prospective Kindergarten Students are required to participate in a readiness screening (K.I.D.S. = Kindergarten Inventory of Developmental Skills).
All prospective 1st-12th Grade students must demonstrate their readiness to function at the grade level for which they are applying. A diagnostic test, the most recent report card, and standardized test results from their previous school will be required.
All students at NCA take a comprehensive battery of Nationally Norm Referenced Tests each spring. This will let us know what concepts your student has mastered, how far they have progressed from year to year, and how they compare with other students across the country. Our students traditionally do very well!
Book, Material & Technology Fees:
Kindergarten & Elementary Books, Materials & Technology Fee – $310
Secondary Books, Materials & Technology Fee – $375
- 9th-12th Grade Student Activity Fee - $35
- Senior Graduation Fee (12th Grade) - $100
Book, Material & Technology Fee Policy
1. Due June 1st or at time of enrollment if after June 1st
2. A $25 late fee (no exception) will be added to enrolled student’s account if not paid by June 15th. Another late fee will be added if not paid by July 15th.
3. Must be paid in full by the first day of school in order to attend.
4. Book, Material & Technology fees are non-refundable.
Tuition Payment Options
Plan A – One Annual Payment in full is due on or before August 15, 2019. This one annual payment plan offers the maximum savings to parents of approximately 5% versus the monthly payment option. If payment is not made by August 31st, the payment option will automatically revert to Plan C.
Annual Payments First Child Second Child
Kindergarten $5,605 $5,045
Grades 1-5 $6,935 $6,240
Grades 6-12 $7,555 $6,800
Plan B – Semester payments are due on or before August 15, 2019, and January 15, 2020. By pre-paying each semester this two-installment plan offers savings of approximately 2.5 % versus the monthly payment plan. If payments are not made by August 31st and by January 31st, respectively, the payment option will automatically revert to Plan C.
Semester Payments (2) First Child Second Child
Kindergarten $2,875 $2,590
Grades 1-5 $3,560 $3,205
Grades 6-12 $3,875 $3,490
Plan C – 10 payments are due the 1st of each month beginning in August 2019 and ending in May 2020. If payment is not received by 5:00 p.m. on the 6th of the month, late fees will be assessed. Additional late fees will be charged after the 15th of the month. If tuition falls one month past due the student will be withdrawn until account becomes current.
Monthly Payments (10) First Child Second Child
Kindergarten $590 $530
Grades 1-5 $730 $660
Grades 6-12 $795 $715
Annual Fund - Tax-Deductible Gifts
Nazarene Christian Academy has made every effort to keep tuition affordable. Tuition is not tax-deductible. In charity and faith the Board has budgeted expecting tax-deductible contributions equal to approximately $300 per student. We welcome your love gifts, in the amount the Lord enables – not equal gifts but equal sacrifices. Some may do much more and others a little less. Some may do volunteer service or contribute other material gifts in–lieu of cash gifts. It also takes the help of grandparents, local businesses and other friends to meet the total need.