We care about giving you options…


We care about giving you options for paying for Christian education and offer 5 unique paths to affordable tuition.  

In Deuteronomy 6, God holds parents accountable for the education of their children. We believe Christian education is critical to the partnership of your family’s home and the outcomes displayed by our graduates as character-driven, Christ-like, servant leaders who will make a difference in the world.  In fact, our school establishes a culture of educational partnerships with each and every parent.  A partnership which is a reciprocal arrangement that is mutually beneficial to each party.  The school offers the very best in quality Christian education in partnership with serious committed families who value the investment and benefit from the earthly and heavenly outcomes it is designed to produce for their children. In other words, we wish to maximize a parent’s return on investment. 

To be a school of quality, one that offers quality curriculum taught by quality instructors, in a quality facility with quality tools and resources costs money.  Money is integral to quality, in that quality requires investment in order to achieve a desired outcome.  Funding for Christian education comes from a variety of sources.  First, some funding comes from tuition paid by parents. Secondly, some funding comes from donors who wish to support the vision and mission of Christian education. Finally, some money comes from outside sources such as grants and scholarships. There are elements of truth in the saying ‘You get what you pay for’.  There is not much in life that is free and is quality.

“It is our goal that no child is denied a Christian education because of finances.  We believe that an educational fit is the most important objective in creating an educational partnership for successful outcomes.  We understand that a quality Christian education is funded by a tuition investment but that it is secondary to the educational fit for each individual student and family.”

New Students

We value bringing in new students and new families at our school year round.  Our school uses a system of continuous enrollment or ‘Once Enrolled, Always Enrolled’ as we desire to make it as easy as possible for families to maintain their enrollment.  It is expected that our enrollment will grow each year and this system helps families be able to plan and budget their tuition payments. Depending on the timing of your application, your tuition fee schedule will reflect an 11-month inclusive payment plan which includes all fees rolled into a single lower monthly payment.  IF you are in need of a financial gift to support your family’s desire for Christian education, when you visit for your education conversation (link to calendly), we will be happy to share with you all of the ways that we help your family afford LCAS.

Re-Enrollment/Retention of Enrolled Students

Every year in March, we request a non-refundable ‘Hold Your Seat’ fee of $150/student to assure a space is reserved for any non-graduating student at our school for the next school year. IF paid by the early re-enrollment deadline, the ‘Hold Your Seat’ fee is rebated off of your 1st month’s tuition payment which is collected in July. For every month, the March deadline passes, an escalating fee of $25/month is applied in addition to the ‘Hold Your Seat’ fee.  Only the ‘Hold Your Seat’ fee is rebated, the $25/month fee is not.

For families seeking a needs-based financial gift to support your family’s desire for Christian education.

The actual cost to educate a single student exceeds what we charge in tuition.  Because of the financial support of our donors and our church along with our fundraising efforts, we are pleased that we can keep tuition rates very affordable. We are happy to be able to offer some financial assistance (a gift) to families who truly desire for their children to attend our school but cannot afford the entire cost of tuition. We expect families to sacrifice making Christian education a family priority. This includes living a simplified lifestyle, purchasing only needed items and sometimes selling personal assets. We are diligent to work with anyone who has a desire to attend our school by developing a solid and reasonable financial plan.

Financial aid grants are awarded based on the financial need of a family and the funds available. To determine your family’s eligibility, you must complete an online application for financial aid. All requests for students in grades K-10 will be processed by our tuition management program, a confidential service that helps schools objectively determine a family’s ability to pay for school tuition and other educational expenses. The school does not receive specific details of your family’s finances. The financial statement/application must be completed online. When you visit for your education conversation (link to calendly) with principal Kelly Gennick, she will share with you the Financial Gifts/Document of Hope regarding specific grants and/or scholarships that are available, in support of your family’s desire to receive a quality Christian education.

Limited financial aid is available and is awarded on a first-apply, first-serve basis for families in with a documented need and meet the established deadlines.