Huntingdon Valley Christian Academy

A Seventh-day Adventist school educating students to effectively impact their communities for Christ.
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Financial Aid

We believe that all children should have access to a Christian education. In order to facilitate such access, we work with each family on an individual basis to find ways to finance their child's education at Huntingdon Valley Christian Academy. Given on a limited basis, assistance may be available on the basis of demonstrated financial need. Sources for tuition assistance may include, community foundations, church organizations, private donations, and work-study programs. 

In order to receive financial assistance from any source, families must complete the HVCA Financial Aid Application.

*Please contact the school at 215-947-6595 for more information or to apply for financial aid.

The following is an overview of the most common types of financial aid available to HVCA students.

 

Aid Type

Application

Format

Funding Source(s)

Eligibility

Deadline

HVCA Worthy Student 

Paper

School

Need; Good academic and behavioral standing

First come; Priority May 1

Church Scholarship Program

Paper

Church

Constituent or Supporting Church Membership

Open

Pennsylvania Conference 3-Way Scholarship

Paper

Church; School; PA Conference

PA Conference of SDA Constituent or Supporting Church Membership

Open

Partnering for Eternity Scholarship

Online

Southern Adventist University

Need; Good academic and behavioral standing

Priority May 1

Family Choice Scholarship

Online

Community

Income; Residence

July 15

Children’s Scholarship Fund of Philadelphia

Online

Community

Income; Residence

March 1

Sky Community Partners

School Recommendation

Community

Income; Residence;

Good academic and behavioral standing

Priority May 1

 

 

 

 

HVCA Worthy Student Scholarship

A limited amount of financial aid is available to students coming from an economically disadvantaged background, as determined by family income and size. *A complete Financial Aid Application must be submitted in order to be eligible for financial aid.*

Children's Scholarship Fund of Philadelphia (CSFP)

A privately funded program dedicated to broadening educational opportunities for children by helping low-income families, who live in Philadelphia, afford the cost of tuition at private K-8th grade schools. Essays are required with applications. CSFP awards scholarships on a lottery basis. Applying does not guarantee an scholarship award. For more information visit http://www.csfphiladelphia.org