Aid, Scholarships and Grants
Tuition for the 2024-25 school year is as follows:
Grades 2-12: $26,000
There is also a one-time New Student Fee of $1,500.
Noble Academy Tuition Assistance
An accepted student may be considered for tuition assistance. All parents/guardians requesting tuition assistance must complete an application through FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment. FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment reviews the financial data and supporting documentation and, using a standardized calculation, determines what a family’s contribution should be. There is a $40 application fee.
At a later date, the Noble Academy Tuition Assistance Committee will meet to review the financial reports and determine award amounts. The reports only offer a guide and final award determinations are made by the Committee.
A family will not be considered for tuition assistance until they have gone through the admission process, been accepted to the school, and officially enrolled. To officially enroll, a family will need to complete their Enrollment Agreement and submit their non-refundable $1,000 deposit (that goes towards tuition) and the one-time $1,500 New Student Fee.
To apply for tuition assistance, please click on the button below to start the application process for the 2024-2025 School year (Opens on February 1st each year). Additional information about the application process is also linked below.
Federal Tax Benefit
Your child's Noble Academy education may also qualify for federal tax benefits under IRS Publication 502 - Medical and Dental Expenses, Special Education Section. Consult a qualified tax accountant for details.
North Carolina State Education Assistance Authority
To learn more about K12 funding opportunities available for private school for students in NC, please visit their website at www.ncseaa.edu. Explore the Opportunity Scholarship and the Education Student Account Plus (ESA+) operated by the NCSEAA. Noble Academy accepts both programs.
The application to apply for both programs opens each year on February 1st for the following school year.
Did you Know?
In 2018, K12 families gained another option to help pay tuition expenses for K12 schools through North Carolina’s National College Savings Program (also known as a “529 account”). Families can now use 529 accounts to save and pay for tuition expenses for nonpublic K12 schools under certain conditions.