How Much is Tuition at WSCA?
One of the first questions that parents ask about Christian school is, “How much is tuition?” The fact is that a quality education in a private Christian school is not inexpensive. What valued commodity in life is free? Sending one’s children to a quality Christian school will require most families to make a sacrifice. The good news is that WSCA will match the family’s sacrifice with one of its own through provision of fair and generous tuition assistance. The great news is that a WSCA education is worth it!

The WSCA Tuition Philosophy

  • WSCA strives to include students from all of God’s families from all economic levels
  • Families that have need will receive fair tuition assistance grants; CSAGH historically awards more than $1.0 million in aid annually
  • CSAGH families help our schools  through fundraising and volunteerism.

Tuition WSCA

Two income family with 1 HS student

“Both my husband and I work. We knew we couldn’t afford the tuition but didn’t think we would qualify for financial assistance. To our surprise we got enough aid to make it possible for our daughter to move from a threatening public school environment to a caring Christian environment. What a testimony to the Lord’s provision and the School’s generosity.”

Single mom with 1 Elementary and 2 HS students

“I’m a single mom who did not know how I was going to afford the tuition for my three children to receive a quality Christian school education like that offered. The Lord has blessed my family through the generosity of the CSAGH Scholarship Program to make it possible. We received a 58% scholarship grant that results in a payment of $553 a month for THREE KIDS!”

Ministry family with 1 Elementary student and 1 MS student

“As a Pastor, I thought that a Christian education was out of our reach. I wanted our children to have an education that supported what we taught at home and at church. The CSAGH Scholarship Program has enabled my two children to attend. The 40% need-based grant was what we needed to give our children the CSAGH experience.”

Grandparents raising their elementary age grandchild

“We are retired and are raising our grandchild. How were we supposed to pay for a private Christian education? The CSAGH Scholarship Program made it feasible. We saw our tuition payment reduced by over $2,000 or $170 a month.”

Two parent household with 1 HS student

“My business has been struggling for the past two years. My wife has picked up part-time work to help make ends meet. I’m not sure how we would have been able to continue to have our daughter remain at  this school if not for the generosity of the CSAGH Scholarship Fund. They helped keep alive the dream of our daughter graduating from a Christian school.”