In an email that went out to all TCA families on Tuesday, May 5, Dr. Pritchard announced that TCA would be freezing its tuition for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year!
What does a tuition freeze mean? It means that the stated variable tuition from 2019-2020 will stay the same in the 2020-2021 school year, without an increase.
In the message, Dr. Pritchard wrote, “TCA has been spending a great deal of time contemplating how we can move forward to best meet the needs of our families during this pandemic. We have been praying through options, have attended many meetings, and have been crunching and re-crunching numbers. As a result, we have decided to freeze tuition for the 2020-2021 school year. This change will be reflected in your new FACTS agreement for 2020-2021. This is certainly a step of faith for us, but we are confident that the Lord will provide for TCA.”
In the chart below, you can see what our tuition numbers for next year will now be for the upcoming year.
“We understand the financial uncertainty that many of us are facing and keeping tuition at the same rate for next year truly aligns with our mission and vision of “partnering with families” and being a “life-giving oasis” during very difficult circumstances,” Dr. Pritchard continued, “We are hopeful that this change will bring you and your family some comfort and relief as we continue to navigate this difficult time.”
Check out what TCA’s Tuition Freeze means for your family below. You can also visit our official page on tuition and financial assistance here.
TCA’s 2020-2021 Tuition Rates (with the freeze applied):
|High School — Grades 9-12||$7,000 – $11,200|
|Middle School — Grades 6-8||$6,400 – $10,600|
|Elementary School — Grades 1-5||$6,000 – $9,900|
|Kindergarten — Full Day||$4,950 – $6,950|
|Pre-K 3 + Pre-K 4||Full-Day: $6,500 Half-Day: $3,900|
Please note: Aftercare and Pre-K tuition and costs will remain unchanged!
For reference, you can see in the chart below our stated tuition from before the Tuition Freeze: