We appreciate your interest in Logos Preparatory Academy. We are excited by what God is doing in the growth of the school. Please review the steps to the admissions process below. We invite you to attend a Parent Information Meeting. One of the first steps in the process should you decide to apply to Logos Preparatory Academy, this meeting will provide the opportunity to meet and hear from our administrative staff and ask questions. We look forward to working with you!
Admissions Process Overview
Step 1: Attend a Parent Information Meeting – Click Here to Register
Step 2: Submit an Application
Click here to submit an application for Fall 2018.
Step 3: Register for Admissions Testing
Registration instructions will be sent after submission of your application.
Step 4: Family Interview
Step 5: Letter of Acceptance/Denial
Fees and Tuition (2018-19)
A one-time non-refundable fee of $310 is due with submission of student application.
A non-refundable fee is assessed per student for each sitting for testing. $85 (K-4) or $110 (5-12) is due with testing registration.
An annual non-refundable fee of $400 is due with enrollment and course selection.
The technology fee is an annual non-refundable fee of $200.
Students enrolled in high school classes will be charged a one-time computer fee and then have access to a personal computer for use in our 1:1 program.
(Tuition amounts below are approximate based on course selection and do not include athletics or fees)
–Average Kindergarten Student: $5,325 per year
–Average Elementary Student (1-2): $4,585 per year
–Average Elementary Student (3-5): $4665 per year
–Average Elementary Student (6): $5155 per year
–Average Secondary Student (7-8): $6185 per year
–Average Secondary Student (9-12): $8258 per year
Click here to access the school calendar, courses listings, book lists, supply lists, handbooks, and course descriptions.
Financial Aid Policy
Prior to applying for financial aid, an applicant must have completed the application process, be accepted to the school, complete enrollment and course selections. At that time, a family may apply for financial aid and will be considered based on the information provided. Financial aid does not cover fees such as application, testing and enrollment. Financial aid is intended to be applied to tuition only. Click here for more information on financial aid options.