Registration Fees, Open Enrollment
There is a registration fee for current and new students each school year. The fees are as follows:
$40 for a single student – goes to $60 after June 30th
$55 for a family registration – goes to $75 after June 30th
There is no book rental fee
New students going through the enrollment process including interview, testing and tour – there is a $25 non-refundable fee per student, which will be applied to the first month of tuition if the child is enrolled.
Open enrollment takes place on a rolling schedule as follows:
Current families for the following school year – opens on February 1st
New Families for the following school year – opens on March 1st
Scholarship information for seniors
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Scholarships PCA offers our Seniors the opportunity to fill out local scholarship applications.
Please check back here throughout the year for applications to be posted for the following scholarships and any others that might become available.
- Rotary Scholarship
- Eddie Robbins
- Memorial Scholarship
- STEM scholarship – sponsored by FLUOR
- Atomic Employees
- Credit Union
- Lions Club