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Thank you for considering a partnership with Calvary Christian Academy Hollywood!

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 for private schools and the Tuition Assistance Program at Calvary Christian Academy Hollywood.

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  • Read Dr. Rachels' Re-Enrollment Letter

    Since 1960, Hollywood Christian School has focused on three main initiatives — glorifying God, making disciples, and serving others. Throughout the school’s rich 58 year history, the mission has always been about building God’s Kingdom.

    With the transition from Hollywood Christian School to Calvary Christian Academy Hollywood, there will be changes, but you can be assured that the most important matters will remain the same. The commitment to partner with you in the spiritual, academic, and social development of your child(ren), will be strengthened with this new opportunity. Our faith in Christ has led us all here.

    It is with excitement that we announce re–enrollment for the 2019–20 school year is open. As we continue to seek excellence in Christian education, the administrative team has finalized the 2019–20 tuition, making modest increases. You may view those adjustments here.

    We encourage you to prayerfully consider partnering with Calvary Christian Academy Hollywood by re-enrolling your child(ren) for the 2019-20 school year! 

    To get started, follow the steps below:
    Accessing ParentsWeb:
    1. Visit www.hollywoodchristianschool.org
    2. Select the RENWEB LOGIN link
    3. Enter your Username and Password (See: Creating a ParentsWeb Login if necessary).
    4. Select Family Information
    5. Select Enrollment/Reenrollment

    Instructions for Creating a ParentsWeb Login:
    1. Visit the RENWEB LOGIN Page
    2. Select Create New ParentsWeb Account.
    3. Enter THOL-FL into the District Code field.
    4. Enter the email address that matches the one you have on file with the school
    5. Select Create Account
    6. Check your email to access the validation link for your account. This link will lead you to a page to setup your username and password.
    7. Once done, click on the Save Username and/or Password button.
    You can take steps to lower your tuition by helping others discover the difference a CCAH education can make in their child(ren)’s lives. Any current CCAH family who refers a new student in Pre-K—12th grade will receive a tuition credit of $500 per student ($250 per student in VPK) at the completion of his/her first year. Additionally, there is a non-refundable fee of $300 per family to re-enroll your child(ren). We encourage you to re-enroll during the early period, prior to April 30, to save $150 on this fee. Other scholarship information can be found here, and Step Up for Students scholarship letters are now being accepted.

    Thank you for your commitment to Christian education and Calvary Christian Academy Hollywood. We consider the opportunity to serve and co-labor with your family a privilege.
    Dr. Jason Rachels
    Calvary Christian Academy
    Head of School
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Tuition and Fees

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  • Application Checklist

    STEP 1 - Online Application

      Begin Application

      Submit Required Documentation (one per student)
      Copy of Birth Certificate, Passport, or VISA (if Non-US Citizen)
      Previous Two Years Report Cards (1st-12)
      Official Transcript (9-12)
      Most Recent Standardized Test Scores (SAT, FSA or other)
      Completed Reference Forms
      Behavioral/Discipline Report from School Administration
      IEP and Psychological Report (if applicable)
      Submit the Application
      Pay the $100 non-refundable Application Fee and Submit

    STEP 2 - Application Review

      After the application is complete and has been reviewed, we will contact you.

      Testing (If Necessary)
      Required testing is determined by student’s previous academic record
      Family Interview
      Families will be contacted by the Admissions Department to schedule interviews

    STEP 3 - Decision

      Applicant Decision
      A decision letter will be sent to the email of record
      Request for Records Form (if accepted/applicable)
      Immunization Form 680 or Religious Exemption Form 681
      Health Examination Form 3040

    Step 4 - Enrollment

      If an Offer is sent, you will then need to Accept the Offer and complete the Enrollment forms sent to you.

  • Tuition 2019–2020

    Grade Level


    VPK Wrap Around (12:00–3:00 PM)
    1st Grade
    2nd Grade
    3rd Grade
    4th Grade
    5th Grade
    6th Grade
    7th Grade
    8th Grade
    9th Grade
    10th Grade$9,625
    11th Grade
    12th Grade$9,625
  • Enrollment & Re-Enrollment Fees

    New Student Application Fee
    New Family Enrollment Fee
    Family Re–Enrollment Fee
    *A discount of $150 will be applied if re-enrollment is completed by April 30, 2019
  • Resource Fee

    This fee is used to offset recurring academic expenses including textbooks, classroom materials, student resources, and standardized testing.

    Elementary I
    Elementary II
    (K—6th Grade)
    (7th—12th Grade)

    Additional fees may apply for athletic participation, extended school rates, and late pick up fees.
  • Safety & Security Fee

    Safety & Security Fee
    This fee is used to offset yearly security expenses.
  • Technology Fee

    Kindergarten–12th Grade
    $250 per student
    This fee covers the cost of maintaining student computer labs, software, support, and network infrastructure improvements.
  • Graduation Fee

    Kindergarten & 12th Grade
    $75 per student
    This fee is used to offset graduation expenses.

Tuition Assistance Program

The Tuition Assistance Program at Calvary Christian Academy Hollywood was established to assist families who are committed to a Christian education for their child(ren).

This program provides tuition assistance to approved students who apply through FACTS and who are approved by the CCA Hollywood tuition assistance committee. Students are required to be enrolled with all accounts in good standing. The assistance is valid for one school year only. All fees, including: (re)enrollment, resource fee, technology fee, safety & security fee, lunch, and aftercare are not covered by the Tuition Assistance Program.

All tuition assistance is reviewed and determined by the Tuition Assistance Committee. A student’s performance and conduct along with the family’s financial need is considered during each application.

Note: There is an application fee for Tuition Assistance

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

Laurie Metcalf
CCA Hollywood
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