Indianapolis Junior Academy

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And Watch them Soar to New Heights!

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2017-2018 Tuition Rates!

Tuition:
Grades Prek-8: $4900.00/year
 

Application Fee:

PRE-K - 8th Application Fee - $300.00
 

PRE-K - 8th EARLY REIGSTRATION 
March 17th-April 31st - $75 OFF Application Fee*

May 1st - June 16th - $50 OFF Application Fee*

June 17th - July 21th - $25 OFF Application Fee*

July 28th and on - No Discount

 

*PLEASE NOTE:

Application must be completed AND application Fee paid within time frame to receive discount.
 

Graduation Fee:

Kindergarten and 8th Grade will have a $35 graduation fee applied to registration.

The State of Indiana provides a partial tuition payment for eligible families who are enrolled at Indianapolis Junior Academy by September 1. Eligibility requirements include:
  • Income Eligibility - Based on household income and the number of people living in a household.
  • Student Eligibility - Student must also meet eligibility requirements, called “pathways.”
 
If Indianapolis Junior Academy were to receive a number of Choice Scholarship applicants that exceeds the possible number of Choice Scholarship places that IJA can successfully accommodate, then IJA would conduct a random lottery drawing of eligible Choice Scholarship Students who meet admission standards for IJA at a public meeting.  The priority of admissions order that the school abides by during admissions process that would occur before the lottery process will be as follows:

1. Returning students
2. Returning students’ siblings
3. Students moving up form our Pre-K program
4. Glendale Church Members 
5. New Students/Lottery  

Deadline for application submission to be considered for part of lottery shall be August 12th

Hot Lunch Program
IJA is currently certified and approved by the National School Lunch Program to offer free and reduced lunches to all students who qualify. The National School Lunch Program (NSLP) is a federally assisted meal program operating in public and nonprofit private schools. It provides nutritionally balanced, low-cost or free lunches to children each school day. The program was established under the National School Lunch Act, signed by President Harry Truman in 1946.
 

Non-discrimination Statement

 


Other forms will be required once you arrive at the school to complete full application.
Please be sure to bring insurance card and birth certificate.