Paying for Christian Education
It is our goal that an education at CCA be available to those who desire a Christian education. Student work opportunities, tuition discounts, scholarships, and need-based tuition assistance are available to help make this goal a reality. 529 Savings Plans may also be a resource for families. See below for more information regarding these possible finance options.
Tuition and fees information is provided at the Educational Success Consultation visit.
Contact Tracy Ringering, Vice Principal for Finance for more information regarding financial matters.
STUDENT WORK OPPORTUNITIES
CCA operates a student work program that enables students to earn a paycheck which is applied toward their student accounts. The work program also provides students with work experience and students are taught how to be good employees. Work opportunities provide students with schedule flexibility; extracurricular activities such as music and sports are routinely accommodated. Student workers are greatly valued for their contributions toward the efficient operations of the school.
Student reader, clerical, custodial and childcare positions are available. Washington State minimum wage is earned and students age 14 and older may apply.
Payment in full discount
Tuition and fees paid in full on or before Registration Day (or the first day of attendance if entering midyear) will receive a 3% discount on tuition. This discount is not available for students receiving tuition assistance.
Constituent Adventist church member discount
The Cashmere, Leavenworth, Valley View and Wenatchee Seventh-day Adventist Churches are the constituent churches of CCA. Their members receive the following discount due to subsidy support received from these churches. This discount is allocated over the selected payment plan. This discount is not available for students receiving tuition assistance.
- Elementary - $360/year
- Junior High - $405/year
- High School - $450/year
Academic scholarship discount
Full-time enrolled students, grades 6 – 12, who achieve the following grade point average (examined on a quarterly basis) will earn a discount per quarter, to be applied to the following quarter’s tuition/fees. This discount is not available for students receiving tuition assistance.
- 3.75 - 4.0 - $100/quarter
- 3.5 - 3.74 - $50/quarter
- 3.0 - 3.49 - $25/quarter
Families will receive the following discounts on tuition for each child enrolled full-time. This discount is not available for students receiving tuition assistance.
- 4% discount - Two children enrolled
- 8% discount - Three or more children enrolled
VOLUNTEER AND AWARD SCHOLARSHIPS
UCC Students in His Service Volunteer Scholarship is a summer community service volunteer scholarship for students grades 1-12 who will be attending CCA next school year. It is a three-way scholarship sponsored by the UCC Office of Education, UCC Adventist Community Services grant funds and the student's local church (all denominations). Available to all students entering grades 1-12. Read Scholarship Guidelines
Caring Heart Award is a three-way scholarship sponsored by CCA, UCC and the NPUC. This scholarship emphasizes teaching young people to make witnessing and service a central part of their lives. Awarded annually to one junior or senior student. Award selection is determined by CCA staff.
Available upon submission and approval of CCA Tuition Assistance application. Please contact Tracy Ringering, Vice Principal for Finance, for information.
- CCA Tuition Assistance Program for all families in need
- Adventist Church Scholarships for member students in need
- UCC KEEP Scholarship for Adventist students in need
- NPUC Hispanic Scholarship Program for Hispanic Adventist students in need
- NPUC New Convert Subsidy for new Adventist students in need
529 SAVINGS PLANS
Recently changed IRS regulations have broadened the manner in which 529 Savings Plans may be used, although not all states support this legislation. Learn about this avenue of financing private school education by reading more at 529 Plans for K-12 education and by consulting your tax advisor for guidance.
Cascade Christian Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. Cascade Christian Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, and athletic and other school-administered programs.