Tuition

Important Details for Enrollment

E-mail address: jkjohnson4411@gmail.com

Phone: 580-536-1900

Fax: 580-536-2972

Further Information: e-mail jkjohnson4411@gmail.com

Grade Range:

  • Elementary: PK(4) – 5th grade
  • Middle School: 6th – 8th
  • High School: 9th – 12th

Educational Focus: College Preparatory; Gifted and Talented; Individualized Skill Tracking

Student/Teacher Ratio:

  • Pre-K: 15:1 Kindergarten: 18:1
  • Elementary: 18:1
  • Secondary: varies upon class; largest group has been 20:1 smallest has been 4:1 average is about 10:1

Tuition Cost:

  1. $500 Enrollment Fee
  2. Tuition Fee (according to chart below) All are detailed below.

1. $500 one-time-only family enrollment fee Note: this is paid the first year and never again; even if, for instance, your family transfers with the military and then moves back.

2.

One Enrolled Two Enrolled Three Enrolled
Elementary/Middle: $4,400.00 $8,400.00 $12,750.00
High School: $5,250.00 $9,975.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

One Child in Elem/Mid & one  in High School:    $9,250.00

Two students in elem/MS & one in HS:    $13,225.00

Four Students in Elementary/MS:   $16,725.00

All prices per year (August – May)

Discount of 10% for each additional family member (except SEVIS students).  Discounts are calculated after the most expensive tuition is billed.


Very Important:
We do allow families to pay the tuition costs out over a tenth-month period, interest free.  The first payment is due August 1 of the current school year, and the last payment is made May 1.  However, do understand that this is not a monthly fee for services.  Your child is not taking piano lessons.  He/She is attending a private school; one who bought books and hired teachers based upon his/her attendance.  Should you *choose for your child to discontinue coming to LAAS mid-year, the remaining balance of your tuition is due immediately. Books have been bought; teachers have been hired; that money has been applied to our budget.  Please understand that removing your child from school and failing to pay the full amount contracted is a breach of contract and will be dealt with accordingly.

*  There are, of course, reasons to leave that you did not choose.  The
following are reasons for leaving that do not constitute a breach of
contract:

  • job transfer
  • loss of major income
  • death (of student or family member that causes family to move)
  • other reasons that are decided on a case-by-case basis by the administration.

* Financial Aid Available:  not presently

*  Enrollment Date: March with limited number of openings

 

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