Even families who have budgeted for private school may not be prepared for the tuition that a specialized school will cost. Our top priorities include maintaining the integrity of our successful program, growing through High School, supporting continued professional development opportunities for our faculty and staff, paying off our campaign expenses, and adding more technology. In addition, financial aid requests have grown and is built into our budget.
A small fund is available for assistance and we will grow this amount as a function of our enrollment. For more information for financial aid and for deadlines on apply, please contact:
404-303-8722, ext. 108
We are approved for students receiving state scholarships under Senate Bill 10.
Students coming from public school or preschool have an opportunity for GOAL scholarships.
We also offer Convenient Payment Options from Your Tuition SolutionSM
Lower Monthly Tuition Payments
With a low, fixed-rate education plan from Your Tuition SolutionSM, paying for your child’s education is easier than ever. Your Tuition Solution’s convenient payment plans give you a wide range of options.To learn more about Your Tuition Solution’s flexible plans, compare payment options or apply online, visit tuitionsolution.com today.
Extended payment plans are available from Your Tuition SolutionSM. Plans range from 24 to 84 months and cover tuition amounts to $40,000. Interest rates are fixed and can be as low as 3.99% APR. There are no application or origination fees and no prepayment penalty which allows parents to pay the loan off early if they’d prefer. You can calculate monthly payments, learn more, or apply online at tuitionsolution.com.
Extended Payment Plan (using Your Tuition SolutionSM)
- Covers tuition amounts up to $40,000
- Fixed rates as low as 3.99% APR
- Plans from 24-84 months
- Calculate monthly payments at tuitionsolution.com
- No application or origination fees. No pre-payment penalties.
- For more information or to apply, visit tuitionsolution.com
Sophia Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, color, religion, or national origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, financial assistance, or employment practices.