ACS is committed to keeping our tuition as low as possible while also maintaining high academic standards. While we strive to keep our tuition reasonable, we do offer need-based financial aid for Kindergarten through 12th grade. ACS uses the FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment program to evaluate financial aid need. The deadline to complete the financial aid application is May 15th. Complete the financial aid application by visiting the FACTS website at https://online.factsmgt.com/aid. All requested forms must be submitted to FACTS, including income tax return, W2 forms, etc., before financial aid will be considered. Families must re-apply for financial aid each year. The online admissions application and application fee must be submitted prior to submitting an application for financial aid.
Athens Christian School strives to give as many students as possible the opportunity to attend. Financial aid is determined by the discretionary income of each family and how much of a contribution families are able to make each year. Every family must pay a portion of the tuition cost. Before financial aid can be requested, the application process must be completed. Families will need to re-apply annually for financial aid directly through FACTS for tuition management.
GOAL SCHOLARSHIP - Students transferring from a public school are eligible to apply for the GOAL Scholarship through the link below.
Financial Aid applications are open IN March.
Before financial aid can be requested, families must meet the following requirements:
New Students - A completed admission application must be submitted.
Currently Enrolled Students - A completed re-enrollment contract must be submitted, including the non-refundable commitment deposit. The current school year’s tuition and incidental accounts must not have a delinquent status.
ACS has contracted with FACTS, an independent financial aid assessment company, for the processing of financial aid applications. Based on the financial information you provide to them, FACTS will give us an estimated amount your family can contribute to educational expenses. This estimate is a starting point to help us make a fair and objective financial aid decision.