HCA offers three tuition payment plans:
- Payment in full before the start of the school year
- 2-month payment plan. One payment is made in August, the second in February.
- 9-month payment plan beginning in July, ending in March.
To make tuition payments, parents/guardians must enroll in FACTS, a third-party tuition management company. FACTS charges an annual nominal fee for their services. In order to access FACTS, parents must enroll each child in our student database, Renweb.
Study Center (2 Days)
1st through 5th Grade: $3,220
A La Carte (Study Center only):
3rd through 5th Grade: $690/course
Academy (5 Days)
1st through 5th Grade: $7,020
6th through 8th Grade: $7,160
Curriculum fees are not included in the cost of tuition. Study Center curriculum fees are $235 per student, and Academy curriculum fees are $250 per student. Curriculum fees will be added to the first installment payment in July of 2021.
Please contact the HCA Finance Manager with questions: Tiffany.Baker@heritageclassicalacademy.org
Income-Based Tuition Assistance
Heritage uses FACTS Tuition Management Company to formalize our tuition assistance process. Families considered for tuition assistance must demonstrate need and have a strong understanding of and commitment to the mission and vision of Heritage Classical Academy.
New families seeking tuition assistance must apply online within two weeks after submitting their admission application. The cost to apply is $35, and the tuition assistance application is not complete until FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment receives all supporting documents.
Contact Mrs. Tiffany Baker (Tiffany.firstname.lastname@example.org) in the school office with questions regarding tuition and financial assistance.
Click Here to apply for tuition assistance.
HCA admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, and other school-administered programs.