The King’s Academy tries to keep costs as low as possible. Because the yearly budget is based on the total number of students enrolled, parents are expected to commit to the program for the entire school year, August through May. A withdrawal fee equal to a full year's tuition will be charged once the first tuition date has passed.
NOTE: The above costs include ALL textbooks. Additional students in one family receive a $25 per month discount for the second student, $50 for the third, and $75 for the fourth or more. The $55 supply fee per student covers art, science, and miscellaneous supplies.
Additional students in one family receive a $225/year discount for the 1st sibling, $450/year discount for the second sibling, and $625/year discount for the 3rd or more.
Qualifying to receive a need-based scholarship
New applicant families wishing to take advantage of available scholarship monies should indicate their interest in the application for admission. If you are accepted we will provide additional information about applying for a scholarship with your acceptance letter.
Our scholarship application process considers the applying families AGI as reported on the previous year's federal taxes. We also take in consideration the number of students a family has enrolled at The King's Academy. Our scholarship amounts are typically less than one half of the oldest student's tuition. Scholarship amounts vary year-over-year and are dependent on generous donations by our school families and people in our community.
We will accept applications for accepted and existing families in the spring of each school year. If you have any questions, you should reach out to our scholarship team
for more information about applying. Funds are available for students entering grades K-12.
Donating to the scholarship fund
The King's Academy has established a need-based scholarship through partnership with the Apogee Scholarship Fund. This scholarship is funded by generous donations from individuals and businesses in our community. To contribute to the private school tax credit/SSO fund in our school’s name visit the scholarship website
. The yearly tax credit cap is met in January of each year. We advise families to make their contributions early.