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Tuition and Financial Aid

As a licensed private school of the state of Nevada, Grace Christian Academy meets state requirements in the following areas:

  • Core subject teachers all have at least a Bachelor's Degree and at least three years experience in their grade level.

  • Approved curriculum in terms of basic content.

  • Approved enrichment programs.

  • Approved School Calendar.

  • Physical facility meets all code requirements.


As a private Christian school, Grace Christian Academy has the freedom to:

  • Use a Christ-centered accelerated curriculum of its choice.

  • Begin and sustain the day through worship and prayer.

  • Employ Christian teachers as role models.

  • Teach and encourage Christian standards of moral behavior and integrate them into all aspects of education.


  • Tuition at Grace Christian Academy is figured on an annual basis and can be paid over a ten (10) month period from August 1st through May 1st. Pre-K Tuition is $175 per week equaling $7,000 per School year. Kindergarten through 6th grade is $677.50 per month equaling $6,775. Per School year.


  • The application fee is due by February 28 for returning students and March 31 for new students. This is non-refundable should the student choose not to attend Grace Christian Academy.


  • The book fee is due May 1st.


  • Tuition payments are due by the first of the month and are delinquent after the 10th. A $25 service charge will be added to the accounts that are not paid by the 10th. 


  • All new students entering K-6 must also pay a $50 non-refundable testing fee. 



A student is eligible for only one type of discount monthly, discounts do not apply to full or partial scholarship students.  Families with multiple students will receive a $20 discount for monthly tuition for each additional child enrolled at GCA.  

Scholarships/Financial Aid


There are a limited number of scholarships available from Grace Community Church.  Applications are available in March and are due June 15th for the next school year.  Scholarship students are not eligible for rebates or discounts.




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