Admissions

Frequently Asked Questions

How many students in school?

 

Currently 225 students are enrolled at Concord Christian Academy ranging from grades Pre-K through High School:

92 Elementary; 61 Middle School; 72 High School

Do I have to apply for financial aid each year?

 
Yes. Your financial aid FACTS account is reviewed on an annual basis. We remain committed to providing financial aid consistent with your award, however it is reviewed to assure all qualifying features are met.

Can our family experience the Alliance discount in addition to financial aid?

 
Yes.

What is the NH Educational Tax Credit Program?

 
It is a scholarship program for financial need-based families who may qualify for approximately $2,500 per student toward your child’s tuition at Concord Christian Academy. This scholarship follows each student through graduation based on annual redetermination criteria. Learn more: NH Tax Credit Brochure – Page 2 Student and Family Handout.

What additional expenses are there at CCA beyond tuition?

 

Regardless of a student’s final tuition rate, each is responsible for the following expenses:

  • $75 One-time New Student Application fee (per child)$525 Annual Placement fee (class placement, books, technology)
  • Student Activity Fee: Grades PK-5: $100 per year; Grades 6-8: $200 per year; Grades 9-12: $250 per year
  • Sports fee:
    • Graduated pricing based on the number of sports each student participates in (except PK – 2 grade)
    • PK-2: $25 1st sport; $25 2nd sport; $25 3rd sport
    • 3-4: $50 1st sport; $40 2nd sport; $30 3rd sport
    • 5-8: $100 1st sport; $75 2nd sport; $50 3rd sport
    • 9-12: $150 1st sport; $125 2nd sport; $100 3rd sport
  • Dual credit class fee ($150/class submitted to the educational institution providing the credit)
  • Middle School Advancement Cape Cod Adventure (approx. $325 per child)
  • High School Service Week (ranges from $25-$1500 depending on the chosen experience)
  • School supplies (a list is provided at the point of acceptance, or may be viewed on our website)

What kind of Alliance volunteer opportunities are available?

 

There are many ways to serve. We welcome volunteers on our campus, but only after they have gone through a thorough background check. All CCA parents and otherwise affiliated volunteers undergo this same process as well as a driving record check. We recognize that parents live busy lives, therefore we allow family Alliance hours to be served by a grandparent, aunt/uncle, family friend, even the student themselves in some cases.

There are many ways to serve. We welcome volunteers on our campus, but only after they have gone through a thorough background check. All CCA parents and otherwise affiliated volunteers undergo this same process as well as a driving record check. We recognize that parents live busy lives, therefore we allow family Alliance hours to be served by a grandparent, aunt/uncle, family friend, even the student themselves in some cases.

  • Teacher’s Assistant (aid, grading, tutoring, drivers for field trips)
  • Hospitality for school events (cooking/baking)
  • Sports program assistance (Booster Club fundraising efforts, driver’s for sporting events, etc.)
  • Partnership with Facilities and Ground Maintenance