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We understand the commitment and sacrifice that our families make to ensure their child receives a rigorous, Christ-centered, academic program through enrollment at High Point Christian Academy.  We know this decision is not one that is taken lightly, and we are humbly honored in your interest in our school community.  

Choosing a school is a big decision any way you look at it. The right school will encourage your child to succeed and enrich his/her understanding of God. We know “…that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose” (Romans 8:28). Ultimately, our hope and prayer is that God guides your family to make the decision that will best help your child grow in his or her faith and knowledge of Christ.

We are happy to review and discuss our tuition and fee structure with you personally.  

Please note: Tuition covers most costs, including books, accident insurance, K-8 testing, HS PSAT/pre-ACT tests, and facility usage fee.  All HPCA families must establish and use a Blackbaud Tuition account.  Tuition payments (10-month or 12-month) begin June 1st.  Tuition does not include lunches, after-school care, field trips, yearbooks, athletic fees, PE uniforms, AP exams, HS online courses, HS Technology fee, K-8 resource services, senior fees, etc.

2023-2024 Tuition and Financial Information - Preschool at HPCA Main Campus

2023-2024 Tuition and Financial Information - HPCA Preschool at Westchester Baptist Church

2023-2024 Tuition and Financial Information - TK through 12th Grade

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has expanded the use of 529 plans (pre-tax savings for college tuition).  Starting in 2018, individuals can take up to $10,000 in distributions annually from their 529 plans to pay for private school tuition and books through 12th grade.  Seek the advice of your tax professional prior to making any decisions concerning 529 plans.

Blackbaud Tuition Payment Information
New HPCA Families:
Returning Families:
Blackbaud Tuition Aid Information

We believe that if it is God’s will that your children attend a Christian school, He will make a way. This may sound a bit cliché, but it’s true. It may mean unexpected income, such a raise at work, or it could mean learning to cut back on certain expenses. The opportunities for provision are there. Our God owns the cattle on a thousand hills (Psalm 50), and he owns the hills, too.

High Point Christian Academy does not offer merit (academics, athletics, arts, etc) scholarships of any kind.  All assistance awarded through High Point Christian Academy is in the form of ​needs-based ​financial aid​.  In order to qualify for financial aid, you must apply for assistance through Blackbaud Tuition Aid.

Our third party Financial Assistance Administrator (Blackbaud Tuition Aid) individually reviews 100% of the need-based tuition assistance applications from families.  Parents must apply for tuition assistance each year through an online application process that requires tax returns and additional financial documents.

Apply for Financial Aid through Blackbaud Tuition Aid (use school code: 12768)

Opportunity Scholarship Program

High Point Christian Academy welcomes students who are recipients of the North Carolina Opportunity Scholarship Program.  The Opportunity Scholarship Act was passed by the General Assembly in July 2013 and will assist students in attending the school of their choice by awarding up to $6,492 per student each year.

All of the following are required for the NC Opportunity Scholarship Program.  Visit Interested to learn more about eligibility requirements:

My family meets the income requirements
My child will be at least 5 years old by August 31 or at least 4 by April 16 and approved for kindergarten according to State guidelines
My child lives in North Carolina
My child has not graduated high school
My child has not enrolled in a post-secondary institution full time

Applications for the new school year open on February 1st. To receive priority consideration, the priority deadline is March 1st. Families are still able to apply after the priority deadline of March 1st. The final deadline for full year scholarships is August 31st 2023. After this date, families are only able to apply for the 2024 Spring semester.

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Additional Fees
Tutoring: The cost of tutoring for students on academic probation, or who need additional help and any special testing for learning disabilities, etc., is the responsibility of the parents.
Withdrawal fee: Students who withdraw any time between July 1 and May 31 will be assessed a $1,000 withdrawal fee (TK-12th Grade) and a $500.00 withdrawal fee (Preschool) as well as be responsible for paying the full semester’s tuition for any semester in which the student attends one school day.
Other optional fees that are not included in the above amount are as follows:
  • Athletic fees – $125 per varsity sport, $100 per JV sport, and $75 per middle school sport plus extra team clothing (differs by each team, is usually optional).  The student fee max is $250.00 and the family fee max is $350.00.
  • Class fees (there are a few classes that, if taken, have additional fees) – $50-$150
  • Trip fees (some classes have mandatory outside trips, for example senior class trip, chorus and band trips, advanced PE trip, etc.) – $200-$800
Angie Fary
Finance Director
336.841.8702 ext. 206
Julie Britton
Finance Coordinator
336.841.8702 ext. 237