FINANCIAL INFORMATION

2022 ENROLLMENT FEES

  • $0 per student when enrolled by March 31, 2022

  • $75 per student when enrolled by April 30, 2022

  • $125 per student when enrolled after April 30, 2022

 

PAYMENT PLANS

All families must meet with the treasurer and sign a financial plan prior to the beginning of each school year:

  • 10-month (Sept-June): First payment due September 1st with final payment due June 10th.  (All monthly payments are due on or before the 10th of each month.)

  • 2-payments: First payment due by September 1st and the second payment due by February 10th (2% discount would be applied)

  • 1-payment: Full Payment due by September 1st (3% discount would be applied)

 

PAYMENT OPTIONS

  • Pay by cash or check at the school office or by mail. (If mailed, must be received at the school office by the 10th of the month.)

  • Credit card at the school office. (4% processing fee will be added.)

  • Online Bill Pay through your personal bank.

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

Families requesting financial aid should contact their local church first.

Limited financial aid is available through Livingstone Adventist Academy which depends solely on donor support for financial aid.  The amount of assistance is set by the Finance Committee and is based on family needs, and the financial aid application from FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment.  The FACTS application is online at: online.factsmgt.com/aid.  A FACTS charges a $35 fee for their services.

To receive financial aid family accounts must be cleared of any prior balance. Financial aid through LAA Living Legacy is limited and is distributed on a first come first served basis.  It is important that any family seeking financial assistance get their application in early. 

  • FACTS is an independent company which calculates financial assistance needs for families.

  • Have your previous years tax records available before starting your Financial Aid application.

PARTNERING FOR ETERNITY

Partnering for Eternity (PFE) provides students with the opportunity to serve, ease senior isolation and help with tuition assistance.  Students find a senior "mentor" in their church/community (no relatives) and visit for one hour, once per week.  Students serve mentors by helping with light housework and providing companionship. Students can receive up to $30 in tuition assistance per visit.  For more information, contact the treasurer's office.