Low Tuition for High Quality
Keystone Christian Academy makes high quality Christian education affordable.
To keep operating costs low, dedicated staff and administrators work for modest salaries with few benefits and no pensions. KCA is hosted by Asbury United Methodist Church at a reduced rent and utilizes in-kind donations when possible.
Even with these cost-saving measures, the cost to educate each student at KCA is more than $10,000; however the 2020-2021 tuition rate for a full five-day program is only $6,335. Fundraising efforts help "bridge the gap" between the full cost of education and tuition income.
2020-2021 Tuition & Fee Schedule
Application Fee - $100, non-refundable
Enrollment Fee - $100, non-refundable paid at time of acceptance into school
PreK-8 Yearly Tuition
Five Full Days - $6,335
Five mornings (PreK & K) - $5,459
Four Full Days - $6,026
Four Mornings - $5,305
Afternoon enrichment classes are $375 per course
Friday only - $1,267
Grade 9 Yearly Tuition
Five full-day program of academic instruction including two electives per day (Monday-Thursday) with chapel, theme-based academics, curriculum aligned field trips, and community outreach activities on Friday. Friday afternoons will include flextime (i.e., open gym, themed activities).
Four full-day program of academic instruction include two electives per day and one day of at-home instruction (Friday) with lessons provided by the teacher.
Four morning program of core academic instruction (Monday-Thursday) and one day of at-home instruction (Friday) with lessons provided by the teacher.
Afternoon enrichment classes (Monday-Thursday) are offered to first - eighth grades. The student may be enrolled in up to two individual classes per day for the year. Enrichment hours vary based on subject and school schedule. The student will be enrolled as a home-school student and will need to be registered with his school district. Kindergarten students participating in enrichment are required to participate in all four afternoons. Enrichment Classes
To fill the cost gap KCA seeks out grants, financial partnerships with individuals, business partnerships through the Pennsylvania tax credit programs.
We strongly encourage families to be active participants in our fundraising events and efforts, not just to raise funds, but to build our community, and create a culture of generosity.