“We are doing everything possible for you to be able to attend CVCA.”
A Valuable Investment
The investment in a CVCA education prepares students academically, spiritually, and socially for life beyond high school:
- The Class of 2019 was offered over $10.8 million in college scholarships.
- Nearly 100% of the class of 2019 were accepted to and attend a four-year college or university.
- 81% accepted into a 2019 US News and World Report “Best Colleges” school.
- 99% of students who participate in CVCA’s Schools of Distinction enter college with a declared major.
- More than 60% of the Class of 2019 graduated CVCA with multiple college credits through AP course offerings.
To assist families who otherwise would be unable to afford full tuition payments, CVCA offers a variety of programs to help bridge the financial gap. Approximately 40% of CVCA students receive some form of tuition assistance which can cover up to 65% of tuition cost. For the 2020-2021 school year, approximately $1.3 million in tuition assistance and scholarships was awarded to students.
With a newly restructured tuition scale, we’ve created an entry point that allows more families to consider a CVCA education. MORE INFORMATION>>
EdChoice Scholarships are provided by state law for students assigned to underperforming public schools and students who qualify due to low income. For more information, call Mindy Fullerton at 330-929-0575 ext. 216.
Please see the scholarship opportunities below. Tuition assistance and scholarships may be combined to help reduce cost.
If scholarships are awarded, your contract will be adjusted to reflect those awards and you will receive a notice prior to your first payment.
Eligible to all new students in entry year
Tuition Assistance FAQs
As soon as your student has re-registered or applied for the upcoming school year, and the registration or application fee is paid, you should apply HERE>> through the FACTS website.
Tuition Assistance is awarded before your first payment. The Finance Office informs FACTS Management of the amount of the decrease, and a new balance and monthly payment are generated. You will receive a letter stating your new balance and your new monthly payment.
The amount of assistance depends primarily on financial need. Other factors such as student activities, academic progress, volunteer involvement, and the number of children attending Christian schools are also considered. The maximum award is up to 65% of total tuition.
Yes! Circumstances may change during a school year, so we must obtain new information each year to make a decision.
Yes. The same procedures apply to pastors. All tuition assistance is based on need.
Additional financial assistance may come from your church or someone interested in Christian Education. We are not responsible to solicit these funds; you must inquire about such help.
Please feel free to email Matt Comrie, Accounting Manager, with any further questions.