Interested in Applying to New Jerusalem Christian Academy?
Making a Private Education Affordable
The following is a summary of our financial information and is not a comprehensive review. Please refer to the financial agreement on our Enrollment Package for additional information.
Registration Fee (non-refundable or transferable): $195
Book and Resource Fee:
Preschool ($300) / Elementary ($450) / Middle ($475) / High ($550)
Fees for Elementary / Middle / High School
Performing Arts Fee: $350
Standardized Testing (Not applicable for K5): $100
Athletic Fee: $75
Graduation Fee (K5 Only): $100 (Testing Included)
Graduation Fee (High School): $150
High School Lab Fee: $50
Tuition ranges from $395 to $620 per month.
Full Payment (Tuition Plan A):
There will be a discount (tuition only) for those who pay the entire year's tuition on or before July 1st for the upcoming school year.
Payment Plan (Tuition Plan B):
Your tuition will be divided up into ten equal payments. The 1st payment is due on July 15th, and the last is due on April 15th. There is no payment in May.
Discounts on tuition are available for parents with more than one student enrolled at NJCA. A 10% discount will be given for the 2nd child and 15% for the third or each additional child. (Multiple child disounts and Tuition Plan A discounts may not be combined).
There are two scholarship programs that NJCA currently accepts: Step Up For Students and the McKay Scholarship. Please note that Registration Fee still applies to students who are on scholarship. Any balances unpaid by third parties (scholarships) becomes the responsibility of the child's parents/guardian.
STEP UP FOR STUDENTS
Step Up For Students provides legislatively authorized K-11 scholarships and related support to give economically disadvantaged families the freedom to choose the best learning options for their children. Scholarships opportunities available through Step Up:
Family Empowerment Scholarship (FES)
To learn more about Step Up For Students and check eligibility
click the link below:
JOHN M. MCKAY SHOLARSHIP
The John M. McKay Scholarship Program allows parents of students with disabilities to choose the best learning environment for their children. *In order to be eligible for the McKay Scholarship Program a student must be a public school student, have an Individual Education Plan (IEP).
To learn more about the McKay Scholarship and check eligibility click the link below:
*Enrollment of students with the McKay scholarship is based on Administrative review of student's IEP and entrance testing.