Tuition Payment Options
Calvary Preparatory Academy is pleased to offer a variety of payment options. Please choose from one of the options below.
Full-Time Tuition Payment Options:
- Payment in Full: $4800 per Year (12 Courses)
- Payment per Semester: $2400 per Semester (6 Courses)
- Payment per Month: $480 per month, spanning 10 months
Single Course Enrollment Tuition Payment Options:
- Payment in Full for the Year
- Payment in Full per Semester
Accepted Forms of Payment:
- Credit Card
- Check Mailed to:
Calvary Preparatory Academy
PO Box 813
San Marcos, CA 92079
What Is Included
All enrollment packages include costs for curriculum, teacher and administrative services, counseling options, education support service, ongoing customer service and maintenance of student records, evaluations and transcripts, etc.
What Is Not Included
A one-time, non-refundable, enrollment fee of $175 for full-time and $50 for part-time will be added to all initial first-time enrollments to cover costs associated with enrollment. In addition, some classes may require additional materials such as art supplies or novels (if not available from a local library or online source). Courses requiring additional supplies will be noted and should be reviewed prior to enrollment to ensure adequate access to learning materials.
Withdrawal Refund Policy
We hope you will be completely satisfied with the services and materials of Calvary Preparatory Academy. If for any reason you are not satisfied, we will refund your money based on the terms and conditions described below.
Why Isn’t Tuition Entirely Refundable? Like all private schools, we are funded by tuition commitments made by our families who attend (our school is exclusively funded by tuition). In response to those commitments, we hire staff and purchase materials including curriculum, assessments, and other expenses. These expenses exist for the entire school year; even if a student decides to leave mid-year, the expenses remain. Very often, the school has had a waiting list to be enrolled and one or more students were turned aside in order to maintain a student’s seat. As a non-profit, we charge the lowest tuition possible to simply cover the expenses for each student. The 30 day withdrawal period is a period of grace that our school offers and is consistent with other private schools (some have shorter windows). Should a student withdraw, those expenses accrued as a result of the family’s tuition commitment still remain, and that is why the tuition is still due to cover those expenses. There is no other source of revenue to cover a family’s expenses other than the commitment made by the family in the Enrollment Agreement as well as the online transaction portal if paid by credit card.
Tuition Commitment Balance: Tuition Commitments reflect the enrollment selection made by the parent guardian. Multiple payment options are available, including options for monthly installments. These are not to be confused with a monthly subscription. The tuition commitment due is either an annual amount, or single semester amount, depending on the enrollment selection made by the parent guardian, regardless of progress made on monthly installments. Any remaining tuition balance is due at the point of withdrawal, subject to the following:
- Single semester Enrollment (Fall or Spring): If enrolled for only one semester, only one seme