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Tuition Assistance

Cornerstone Christian Academy can be within your reach. 

An independent school selection is an important decision for your family, as well as a significant investment in your child. The Cornerstone Christian Academy educational experience is a value beyond a typical private school education as our culture and community truly foster the holistic development of each student.  At CCA, we believe that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their passions. We are proud to be a reflection of the diverse and multicultural community thriving in Fort Bend County.  We commit to offering support to families to make a Cornerstone Christian Academy education affordable and accessible.

NOTE: Award decisions are not made by FACTS, but by Cornerstone Christian Academy. No information regarding awards will be released to parent applicants by FACTS.  If you have any questions, please contact Kristi Armstrong in the Business Office.

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Financial Aid

  • General Financial Aid Information
    • CCA uses FACTS Grant and Aid (A Nelnet company) to process applications for financial aid.  There is a $35 application fee paid to FACTS upon submission of application.
    • Financial aid applications are only considered for families who have applied and been accepted into Cornerstone Christian Academy. 
    • Aid is not available for preschool students.
    • The maximum tuition assistance that can be awarded is 50% of annual tuition. 
    • Your application cannot be considered by CCA until your supporting financial information is verified by FACTS.  It is your responsibility to make sure FACTS receives and verifies all of your information. You can check on the status of your application on the FACTS Grant and Aid site.
    • FACTS Grant and Aid usually takes two weeks from the time you submit all required documentation to verify your application. Please consider this in relation to due dates listed below.
    • In the case of divorced or separated parents/guardians, CCA considers the assets of both parents/guardians before making award decisions. Therefore, both parents/guardians must submit all financial aid forms, regardless of custodial arrangements or educational expense agreements. There is complete confidentiality in regard to individual family financial reporting.
    • You are able to submit the application and  your 2019 tax return if you have not completed your 2020 tax return yet.  However, you will be required to submit your 2020 tax return by April 1, 2021, or any award that you may have been notified of may be revoked.
    • The first round of awards usually takes up a large percentage of our budgeted financial aid funds.  It is to your advantage to get your application submitted as early as possible.  Once funds are exhausted, we will no longer accept applications for aid.
  • Important Dates
    • Current CCA Families – the FACTS Grant and Aid application website is open for you now. Please have all information submitted to FACTS Grant and Aid no later than February 15, 2021, in order to be considered for the first round of awards in March.  While you may submit your application with your 2019 tax return,  your 2020 tax return will be required by April 1, 2021, or any award that you may have been notified of may be revoked.
    • Incoming CCA Families – application and ALL supporting documentation should be submitted successfully to FACTS by March 1, 2021. While you may submit your application with your 2019 tax return,  your 2020 tax return will be required by April 1, 2021, or any award that you may have been notified of may be revoked.