Cornerstone Christian Academy provides excellent value in private Christian education and we operate solely on tuition, fees, and the contributions of our families and supporters. Each year we set our tuition based on the operational needs of the school, seeking to maintain a quality educational experience for each student.
To help with the costs of attending Cornerstone Christian Academy, we set aside a specified amount of financial aid each year to help families expressing need. If you are considering enrolling your child at Cornerstone and desire financial assistance, we ask that you complete both an application for admission and a separate financial aid application. Families seeking assistance are encouraged to complete their financial aid application by Monday, March 3, 2014 to be considered for the following school year. After a thorough and prayerful analysis, awards will be determined and communicated to the family.
To assist us with this process, we have partnered with School and Student Services (SSS). SSS is an educational partner to many quality schools across the nation and provides a completely confidential financial aid assessment for families. There is a non-refundable fee for the financial aid assessment of $37 which is payable directly to SSS as you begin the evaluation process.
You will need to have the following documents prepared:
- Parents Financial Statement (PFS)
- 2013 W-2 Form
- Final 2013 Federal Income Tax Return (Form 1040 including all schedules)
- 2012 W-2 Form
- Final 2012 Federal Income Tax Return (Form 1040 including all schedules)
- Federal Income Tax Return Release Form (Form 4506-T, Signed, Undated)
To Apply for Financial Aid complete the following steps in order:
Step 1: Complete Financial Aid Request Form Here
Step 2: Complete Financial Aid Assessment Through SSS Website Here
“I can't imagine how my daughter would learn and grow as much if she were in a public school with twice as many kids in the classroom. She has developed a close relationship with her teacher because they spend so much time together.”
— Third Grade Parent