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.
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Blackbaud Tuition Aid Information
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.
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 as much as $5,928 per student each year.
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 will be approved for kindergarten by the private school administrator).
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
The application process is from February 1– February 28 each year. For more information, visit www.ncseaa.edu.
- 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