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Thank you for considering a partnership with Calvary Christian Academy!

We understand and appreciate the careful financial planning that is required for investing in a private school education. As part of our thorough admissions process, our goal is to walk with you through each step, and share the long-term value of an exceptional Christian education.

We also believe that economic diversity enriches our overall school community and rightly represents the Body of Christ. So, we are dedicated to assessing your needs, and helping you determine the best option for your family. Here you will find information about scholarships accepted at Calvary Christian Academy.

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Tuition and Fees

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  • Tuition 2021–22

    Grade Level


    Pre–K 3 (3 Day)$7,800
    Pre–K 3 (5 Day)$8,590
    Pre–K 4 (3 Day)$7,800
    Pre–K 4 (5 Day)$8,590
    1st Grade$10,630
    2nd Grade$10,750
    3rd Grade$10,940
    4th Grade$11,230
    5th Grade$11,530
    6th Grade$12,235
    7th Grade$13,035
    8th Grade$13,840
    High School$14,425
  • Application & Enrollment Fees

    Application Fee
    Enrollment Fee
    The enrollment fee is used to offset particular recurring academic expenses for textbooks, classroom materials, student resources, standardized testing, and a CCA yearbook for each student. This fee is due upon acceptance and re-enrollment.  

  • Campus Fee

    This fee is used to offset costs associated with approved activities fundamental to a comprehensive CCA experience, such as Athletics and Fine Arts participation fees, travel on local class field trips, overnight trips, missions trip airfares, spiritual retreats, Homecoming, Graduation and campus expenses.

    Elementary I
    (K – 3rd Grade)
    Elementary II
    (4th & 5th Grade)
    (6th – 12th Grade)

    This fee is used to offset costs associated with activities fundamental to a comprehensive CCA experience, such as athletics and fine arts participation costs, travel for local and overnight class trips, mission trip airfares, spiritual retreats, homecoming, graduation, and other campus expenses.
    Costs associated with clubs, camps, intramurals, and ACE are not included.
  • Safety & Security Fee

    Safety & Security Fee
    This fee goes toward ongoing investments in the improvement and sustainability of our security processes each year.
  • Technology Fee

    K–4th Grade
    $150 per student

    5th–12th Grade
    $250 per student
    The Technology Fee covers:
    • Laptop/Device
    • Tech support staff
    • Licensing
    • Management and monitoring software
    • Network infrastructure improvements
    • Internet safety subscriptions and more
    The initial cost of these items is greater than $250, but with an eye on good stewardship for the school and our families, we have developed a plan to defray the cost over several years.
  • Entrance Test

    Testing Fee

    All incoming Kindergarten students must take an entrance test. All incoming 1st through 9th grade students without a standardized test must take an entrance test.

State Scholarship Opportunities

Step-Up Scholarship

This scholarship is based solely on your income and the number of persons living in your household.

This is a Florida tax credit scholarship offered to students entering kindergarten through 12th grade who are currently enrolled in a private school, or any student coming from a public school. Students who are current in Foster Care or wards of the state automatically qualify for the Step Up For Students Scholarship. There is a specific time frame to apply for Step Up. Information about this scholarship is available at www.stepupforstudents.org or 1-877-735-7837.

If you already have the Step Up For Students Scholarship, please click here.


The Gardiner Scholarship (formerly known as PLSA) is for students who are Florida residents three years old through 12th grade in an eligible Florida private school or home education program who have been diagnosed with a specific disability, such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, Intellectual Disability, etc. To see a complete list of the disabilities and to learn more about this scholarship please visit their website. Information regarding the Gardiner Scholarship is available at www.stepupforstudents.org or 1-877-735-7837.

John McKay Scholarship

The John McKay Scholarship is offered by the State of Florida to students who are currently enrolled in public school and have an active IEP (Individual Education Plan) from the public school system or county. In order to get this scholarship, the parent must file a Notice of Intent and follow the instructions provided. Information regarding the John McKay Scholarship is available at Florida Department of Education or 1-800-447-1636.

If you already have the John McKay Scholarship, please review the McKay Calendar.

Folds of Honor

Folds of Honor provides support for students enrolled in grades K–12 of Service Members of any branch; active duty or reserves of fallen or disabled service members.

Criteria of service member: Was KIA (killed in the line of duty), or suffered the loss of a limb; died of any cause while on active duty or after being classified as having a service-connected disability; or have a 90-100% combined service-connected evaluation, rated by the Veteran’s Administration.

APPLICATION WINDOW: A link for the on-line application will be on the Scholarships page of the Folds of Honor website every calendar year from February 1st - March 31st.

For information about this scholarship please visit their website at: www.foldsofhonor.org or if you have any questions please email: scholarships@foldsofhonor.org

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