Continuous Enrollment

On average, 90% of eligible Providence Christian Academy families return to our school from the current year. Our desire is to make the re-enrollment process as user-friendly as possible.  Continuous Enrollment makes things even easier for PCA families and rewards such great school loyalty.


Why Continuous Enrollment?

Continuous Enrollment (CE) allows Providence Christian Academy to better fulfill our purpose and mission in the lives of students. When students are continuously enrolled, from their initial enrollment until they graduate from PCA, the continuous enrollment process lets us maximize our resources to provide Classical Christian education to our families at the highest level of excellence.

Continuous Enrollment Dates At-a-Glance:

  • January 1: Tuition Assistance applications may be submitted through FACTS.
  • February 1: Tuition for the following academic year posted to PCA website.
  • February 28/29: Any changes in enrollment plans must be submitted to PCA Admission Office.
  • March 1: Tuition Deposit billed to FACTS account for the following academic year.
  • June 1: Tuition penalty will be assessed for any withdraws on or after this date.

I’m planning on keeping my child/ren at PCA until college. What if God has other plans for my family? Are there unique circumstance for this case?

We have built flexibility into the continuous enrollment contract. The following unique circumstances, for families withdrawing after June 1st, will be considered for exemption of the 5% tuition penalty:

  • Moving/Relocation 25+ miles away from Providence Christian Academy.
  • Educational needs for the student that can no longer be met at Providence Christian Academy as determined by Administration.
  • Other circumstances as approved by the PCA Admission Committee in conjunction w/ Administration.

What’s our responsibility if we break the continuous enrollment contract?

Please visit the Parent-Student Handbook regarding the full responsibility for the withdrawal process. PCA families that terminate the continuous enrollment contract by withdrawing their students after June 1st, will be contractually obligated to pay an additional 5% of the following year’s tuition. By this date, PCA administration has effectively planned for staffing and curriculum for the following academic year.