TUITION & FEES:
TUITION, SCHOLARSHIP & FEES
The tuition schedule for the 2022/2023 school year will begin on July 25th and will end on April 25th. Payments can be made in 10 monthly installments.
Tuition is $8,500 per student on the Traditional Track. If your child’s assessment shows a need for additional supports through supplemental services, your child may be placed on the Intervention Track- Bridge Program. The cost of this program is $11,500. Scholarship awards will be determined on the basis of income. Families can apply for tuition assistance once the child has been accepted.
|SCHOOL MONTH||TUITION DUE BY|
|August 2021||July 20, 2021|
|September 2021||August 20, 2021|
|October 2021||September 20, 2021|
|November 2021||October 2021|
|December 2021||November 20, 2021|
|January 2022||December 20, 2021|
|February 2022||January 20, 2022|
|March 2022||February 20, 2022|
|April 2022||March 20, 2022|
|May 2022||April 20, 2022|
- $20 Placement Testing Fee per applicant
- $45 Yearly Financial Aid Application fee per family
- $55 Yearly Agreement Processing fee per family
Each student will have an Activity Fee in addition to tuition and can be broken into ten monthly payments and added to your tuition payment. This fee covers all school supplies, class shirts, scholar packs, all field trips including overnights and more.
|Kindergarten, First, Second & Third Grade||$125.00 ($12.50 monthly)|
|Fourth & Fifth Grade||$145.00 ($14.50 monthly)|
|Sixth Grade||$195.00 ($19.50 monthly)|
|Seventh Grade||$240.00 ($24.00 monthly)|
|Eighth Grade||$280.00 ($28.00 monthly)|
Before I apply to Heritage Academy for my child, can I find out what amount of financial aid or scholarship I can expect?
The full amount of tuition at Heritage Academy is $8,500/year OR $850/month for 10 months. If you receive no financial aid due to an income that exceeds the level where scholarships are provided, then that is what you can expect to pay for tuition.
Nearly 100% of our students receive financial aid at varying levels. We will disclose scholarship amount when your child has been accepted.
I am unemployed and have no source of income? What do I do?
It is important that every parent be a stakeholder in their child's education. Consequently, every parent pays a tuition amount that is determined by the family's income. Who will be assuming responsibility for the child's expenses? It is important to know that there are additional expenses beyond tuition that every parent must take into consideration: lunch, transportation, uniforms and school supplies.
I am a single parent. Will the income of the child's father be needed to determine financial aid?
In any circumstance, you will need to submit the 1040 and 2 pay stubs of the person who claims the child on their income tax.
I have not/do not file a 1040. What will I need to submit?
You will need to turn in all documents substantiating your income: W-2, 2 paystubs, child support letter, TANF or SSI. You will also need to sign a disclaimer that is legally binding stating that you did not file a tax return.
I have remarried. My current spouse is not the parent of my children. What do I need to turn in?
The policy is to evaluate the income of the wage earners in the household.
Is the scholarship guaranteed for the entire time that my child is at Heritage Academy?
Scholarships are evaluated on an annual basis, beginning in March. Every family must resubmit financial aid documents each year. A student will be eligible for scholarship renewal based on family income AND grades and conduct, as well as tardies, absences and adherence to our Parent Handbook. Scholarships are not guaranteed to be renewed.
Is my entrance testing fee refundable if my child is not accepted OR if I change my mind about coming to Heritage Academy?
Entrance testing fees are non refundable. Careful consideration must be made on your part when applying to HA. Review the entrance testing carefully, taking note of the minimum standards for acceptance. The school offers a challenging course of study that is not a best fit for every child. HA is also not a school to choose if your child has significant behavior problems.