Invest in More than an Education
Valley Christian offers outstanding academic and extra-curricular programs for students, retains an exceptional faculty and staff, and manages three beautiful campus locations with excellent facilities. We balance this with our desire to make a Valley Christian education as affordable as possible and accessible to any family who desires to be a part of our community while also not compromising our opportunities and programs. We strongly believe that no family should feel like they’re sacrificing any aspect of their child’s education in order to attend a Christian school. Tuition and fees are an investment – one that pays off in achievement, preparation, spiritual formation, lifelong community, and impact across the world.
Through School Tuition Organizations (STOs) in Arizona, families are able to greatly reduce – or even eliminate – their out-of-pocket costs to attend Valley Christian.
We offer a number of options for financial aid. Scholarships and grants are awarded as financial resources allow. Download our Financial Aid Guide to learn more about the many ways to reduce your out-of-pocket investment to attend Valley Christian.
We are committed to helping our families afford Christian education, if you have any questions about financial aid and or concerns about affording a Valley Christian education, please contact our school office.
Students Receiving Financial Aid
Students Fully Funded with Scholarships
Average Out of Pocket Tuition Cost in 2019
With No Financial Aid
|2020-21 TUITION (TOTAL COST OF EDUCATION)|
With No Financial Aid
Tuition includes everything needed to provide a quality education for our students. It includes textbooks, iPads and technology, labs and field trips, class-specific required apparel, and elementary school supplies. Our goal is to make our tuition as close to equaling our families’ total out-of-pocket cost of education.
Tuition for High School seniors includes costs associated with graduation (cap and gown, announcements, etc.) and senior trip.
VCS does not charge for participation in athletics, arts, parking, or transportation.
Additional optional charges may vary by service (Extended Care, After-School Programs, trips, AP testing, etc.), and will be charged to the student’s account accordingly. We seek to limit those optional charges as much as possible.
Additional Fees & Optional Programs
Application Fee – $225
One-time, non-refundable fee paid at time of initial application to VCS. There is a cap of $500 per family in initial application fees if enrolling multiple students.
Enrollment Fee – $150
This is due when submitting your application for enrollment and holds a spot for the student at VCS. It is non-refundable unless the student moves more than 30 miles away from VCS prior to the first day of school.
Re-Enrollment Fee – $150
This is due when submitting your application for re-enrollment and holds a spot for the student at VCS. It is non-refundable unless the student moves more than 30 miles away from VCS prior to the first day of school.
K-6 Extended Care
Available before and after school on our Elementary Campus for $5/hour billed in half-hour increments.
Special Education (V.I.N.E.) Support & Tuition
High School Support
- Up to 3 V.I.N.E. classes – $4,500 additional tuition
- Each additional V.I.N.E. class – $1,000 additional tuition
- Accommodation Plans (IEPs): $525 for students not already enrolled in V.I.N.E.
- Tier 1 Student (pull-out academic support with social and emotional support) – $3,000 additional tuition
- General Academic Support – 1 to 5 sessions per week at $40 per session
- Dyslexia Therapy – 6 to 14 sessions per month at $75 per session
- Speech Therapy – 4 to 8 sessions per month at $50 per session
Individualized academic intervention plans are developed for each student enrolled in the program, based on their unique individual needs, in order to provide the support that will help them become confident, competent, and successful learners. The above-listed Academic Intervention Program tuition is in addition to the school’s tuition.
Eligible Pastors of local churches can apply to receive a scholarship equal to 50% of their tuition
A scholarship equal to 10% of tuition will be provided for any student of a high school alumnus.
Enrolled siblings will receive a scholarship equal to 10% of their tuition (up to $3,500 per year per family). The first enrolled student is considered to be the student enrolled at the highest grade-level.
A scholarship equal to 10% of tuition (up to $3,500 per year per family) will be provided to any student of an educator or administrator currently working full-time in a Christian school.
*Only one non-competitive scholarship per student will apply.
Justin Lett Memorial Scholarship
This is a $1,000 merit based scholarship provided to one high school student annually. Learn more about the requirements and application process here.
Belinda Miller Memorial Scholarship
This is a $1,500 scholarship provided to one K-12 student annually. Learn more about the requirements and application process here.