$5500 PreK2 – Kindergarten
$6500 Grade 1-5
$6900 Grade 6-12
The FPCA Sustainment fee provides financial stability to cover various expenses and costs such as building maintenance and repairs. You may elect to roll this fee into your tuition payment or pay it as a lump sum. Our school offers a discount for families with more than one student at FPCA.
$500 for the first student
$400 for the second student
$300 for any additional student(s)
An annual fee of $100 per student for the FPCA PTO will be assessed to your account. You may elect to roll this fee into your tuition payment or pay it as a lump sum.
Tuition Payment Plans
- Plan A – One time, in full payment: Due before June 1st for a $100.00 discount
- Plan B – Two payments of 50% each: Due before June 1st and December 1st for a $50.00 discount
- Plan C – 12 monthly payments: Payments beginning in June via ACH payment deduction
- Plan D – 10 monthly payments: Payments beginning in August via ACH payment deduction
Parents who choose Plan C or Plan D have 2 options or their ACH payment deductions. You may choose to have the payment deducted on the 1st of each month, or to have 2 equal payments deducted on the 1st and 15th of each month. If you choose to make 2 payments, you will be assessed a $10.00 administrative fee each month.
A 3% transaction fee will be added to any credit card payments. Returned checks will be assessed a fee of $30.00. Once we receive a returned check, we will no longer accept a check from that account. Cash, money order, or cashier’s check will be acceptable.
Tuition discounts are provided for families with 3 or more students enrolled at FPCA. Families enrolling 3 or more students receive a 25% discount after paying the full tuition for the 2 oldest students. The discount will apply to the youngest student(s).
The registration fee is paid annually for each student and is non-refundable. The registration fee provides financial support to secure items such as books, achievement testing, and consumable materials. The registration fee also ensures your child’s placement for the current school year. Please note, this fee is not purchasing the above items but helping defray the cost and if a student withdraws, these materials remain the property of FPCA.
1st Student $500
2nd Student $450
Additional Students $400
It is inferred, upon enrollment, that a family is choosing to enroll their student for the entire year, and FPCA budgets are set accordingly. If you withdraw your child before the end of the year, a 30 day advanced written notice is required. The remaining month’s tuition following the student’s last day of school, plus the next two month’s tuition will be assessed as a withdrawal fee. Report cards and/or transcripts are released to parents or other schools only when the student’s account is paid up to date. There is a military clause in the financial contract. Accounts of withdrawn students must be brought current. Accounts left outstanding will be turned over to a collection agency.
Past Due Accounts
A $35.00 late fee charge will be added to all delinquent accounts. On the 5th or 16th of each month, depending on the option chosen, those accounts that are not current will be notified that they must pay their accounts immediately. Students with delinquent accounts will not be allowed to continue attending FPCA. Any student withdrawn from FPCA due to delinquent accounts must still bring their account current. Accounts left outstanding will be turned over to a collection agency.
*Any student withdrawn from FPCA due to delinquent account status is still considered a “withdrawn” student and will fall under the withdrawal policy obligations.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy admits students regardless of race, color, socioeconomic factors, national or ethnic origin. FPCA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, socioeconomic facts, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, scholarship programs, athletic and other school administered programs. FPCA reserves the right to refuse admittance to any family it believes may cause disruption to the community spirit that exists among the families currently involved in the school.