Berean Christian Junior Academy is committed to accepting students for admission from diverse socioeconomic backgrounds. All aid is based on need and is available to assist families in closing the gap between a family’s ability to pay and the cost of attending. Aid is available for students applying to grades kindergarten-8th grade.
Need-based financial aid is awarded annually, and renewal is not automatic or guaranteed as funds may vary and a family’s finances may change. Families are required to submit applications annually. Factors such as household income and expenses, assets and debt, and the number of children in a school who require tuition are all considerations in determining financial aid awards.
Steps to apply for Financial Aid
Berean Christian Junior Academy partners with School and Student Services to process financial aid requests.
2. Upload the following documents into your “My Documents” section of the PFS.
Copy of your 2019 and 2020 tax returns, including all schedules
Copy of each wage earner’s final pay stub showing year-to-date earnings for 2019.
Copy of all 2019 and 2020 W-2’s
If parents are divorced or separated, both parents must complete the PFS and provide the required tax information.
Once you have completed the PFS and submitted the required documents, submit a dollar amount to Berean Christian Junior Academy recommending an amount the parents are able to contribute to their child’s education.
Berean Village Scholarship
If you are a member of the Berean S.D.A. Church and your child is entering or enrolled in grades K-8 at BCJA, and you are not already receiving federal, state, or other substantial scholarship money, you may qualify for a ‘BCJA Village Plan’ Scholarship.
Click the PDF below for criteria and qualification details.
Village Plan Village Plan
The Berean Christian Junior Academy Financial Aid Committee will determine the amount given to each qualified applicant. Each admitted applicant will be notified of their financial aid amount in the enrollment contract.