Best Value in Education
Though we believe that Providence Academy offers educational opportunities that are second to none, we work hard to keep our tuition second to many. In fact, ours consistently ranks below the median of other leading private schools, both locally and nationally.The reality, however, is that tuition revenue alone does not cover this level of excellence. To keep tuition affordable, the school relies on other revenue sources such as annual and capital giving, and investment interest. As an independent school, Providence Academy does not receive funding from local, state and federal governments.
Providence is committed to offering help to families in planning and making appropriate choices to afford tuition. Options include the tuition payment plan, grants and awards for families demonstrating financial need.
More than 40% of our students receive tuition assistance. In 2015-16, PA awarded nearly $3 million in tuition assistance.
Financial Aid Application Process
Any qualified student entering grades K-12 who desires to attend Providence Academy may complete an application, regardless of financial resources. The financial aid application process for Providence Academy is completed through TADS (Tuition Aid Data Services), a third-party organization that collects and audits financial information. Application forms must be submitted to TADS by February 17 for priority consideration for the following school year. If applicants have parents living in separate households, both legal guardians must apply for financial assistance to qualify. First round financial aid determinations are typically made in mid-March. All applications for financial assistance submitted after the February 17 priority deadline will be reviewed on a funds-available basis.
Click the links below to begin the application for tuition assistance:
Providence Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of our educational policies, admissions policies, financial aid programs, and athletic or other school administered programs.