While the tuition charges at Highland Adventist School are quite low compared with other parochial schools around the country (a recently published national average for Christian day school tuition was $6000-$7000 per year), we realize it is still a challenge for many of our families to cover the cost. We share your commitment to provide this important advantage to your children and have developed multiple avenues to find financial assistance for those students who have a verified need. Our financial planning process is available to any family who desires the service.
If you desire assistance in making your tuition payment plans for the school year, please contact us as soon as possible. Completion of a FACTS Grant and Aid Application is required as the first step in applying for any needs-based scholarships. The application process will require you to access your last year's IRS 1040 tax return information, your W-2 Wage and Tax Statements, copies of supporting documentation for household non-taxable income, and payment of a $30 application fee.
You can complete your FACTS Grant and Aid application online, or you may request a paper application at the school office.
Please Note: Needs-based scholarship monies are limited, so you are urged to complete the FACTS application process as soon as possible. Scholarship award determinations will be made early in August. After that time, scholarship monies could be depleted.
WV HOPE SCHOLARSHIP
H.A.S. is a WV HOPE Scholarship participating school. This scholarship is available to all West Virginia public school students and entering kindergarteners. To apply for your scholarship, go to the WV state Treasurer's website and complete the application. Use this link: https://www.hopescholarshipwv.com/ The application window for the upcoming year opens in March and ends in mid-May. Don't miss your opportunity to access HOPE Scholarship dollars for your child.
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