Financial Aid

ACA utilizes a financial aid service offered by FAST.  This service analyzes the parents’ financial information and sends ACA a report on what a family could reasonably be expected to pay based on their income and expenses. This is a well-researched, objective means of determining financial need and greatly helps the board in awarding tuition waivers. Interested families can complete the information online at FAST.  The reports FAST sends to ACA are for informational purposes only and are not binding.  Financial aid awards are made on the assumption that the family is making the maximum financial commitment possible to the child’s education expenses.

Application for financial aid must be made each year. Changes in family financial status could result in an increase or decrease in funding in subsequent years. In the case of parents who are divorced, the school expects each natural parent and their spouses, if any, to complete the financial information. If there are extenuating circumstances, please note those on the application.

To maintain financial aid eligibility, students must have passing grades and follow school policies and procedures. All accounts must be in good standing as well.

Procedures

 

Please contact the office with any questions.  Thank you.

Altus Christian Academy does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, gender, color, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship or other school-administered programs.