Applications for all grades are submitted online. Once the completed application, including supplemental forms and the application fee, have been received and reviewed (and the student has been tested, if necessary), a parent interview will be scheduled. Both parents (and upper school students) are required to attend the interview. Upon completion of the parent interview, the family is notified of the admissions decision. Students are not guaranteed a place at LCA until the registration fee has been paid and the financial contract has been received.

Information about our International program can be found on the International page.

The cost for enrolling a student at Loganville Christian Academy involves both tuition and fees. The details regarding the tuition schedule and the fees are outlined below.


Tuition may be paid by one of the following plans:

One Pay Plan: The entire year's bill is paid by June 1st (or two weeks after acceptance). (3% discount applies)

Two Pay Plan: Payable on June 1st (or within two weeks after acceptance) and December 1st. (1.5% discount applies)

Monthly Pay Plan: Families choose payments on either the 5th or 20th of each month beginning in June and ending in May. Payments are made via automatic bank draft.

Multi-student discounts are given for families with more than one student enrolled at LCA.  Annual tuition is discounted 10% for the second child.  A 20% discount is given to any additional students following the second child. The student in the higher grade will be considered the first child.

Loganville Christian Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, scholarship programs, and other school administered programs.


Currently LCA provides tuition assistance through GOAL Scholarship. The GOAL Scholarship program is the result of the passage of house bill 1133 in Georgia that provides the establishment of tax credits for donors that make contributions to a Student Scholarship Organizations (SSO). The SSO’s were established for the purpose of providing scholarships to students currently attending public school or entering into Pre-K through first grade student, or they are a student that has been enrolled for at least one year in a qualified Home Study Program (as defined by the Georgia Department of Education).  Families of these students must also financially qualify for GOAL by filling out an application and providing their previous year’s tax return and W-2. Applications are due by May 1.

Families interested in GOAL Scholarship must inform the Registrar upon enrolling. A student's enrollment eligibility must first be established before a scholarship award is determined.

Please visit the Development section of this website to find out how you can participate in donating to LCA through GOAL Scholarship.


LCA’s Ministerial Partnership Program exists to make Christian education affordable for local ministerial staff who have devoted their lives to Christian service. Under this program, as part of their employee benefits package or just a general donation, Christian churches with a minimum membership of 200 and/or weekday preschool boards may give up to a 25% tuition dollar donation to LCA and LCA will match another 25%, bringing the total tuition discount to 50%.

We have chosen to invest in this manner because we want to provide support to those who are laboring alongside for the hearts and minds of this generation of students. For program guidelines and/or questions about this partnership, please contact Doug Monda.


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A $50 testing fee per student is paid at the time of the test.

All students applying for Pre-K, Kindergarten or 1st grade are screened with a standardized evaluation instrument.  This instrument assesses language and literacy development, number concepts, motor skills, and social development.  A completed application with all supplemental forms and the $175 application fee must be received before a testing time will be scheduled.

Students applying for grades 2-12 must submit the results of a nationally-normed standardized test, taken within the last 12 months.  If current testing records are not available or if it is determined that additional information is needed for assessment or placement, a testing date will be scheduled.


The registration fee is paid annually for each student and is non-refundable. The registration fee includes items such as registration materials, books and achievement testing. It does not include field trips, pictures, special student activity fees, or special events. Students are required to pay the registration fee to complete the registration process annually. It should be noted that this fee is not purchasing the above items but helping to defray costs and if a student withdraws, these materials remain the property of LCA.


Families have the opportunity to eliminate their sustaining fees by participating in designated fundraisers throughout the school year. Fundraising opportunities include securing Corporate 300 sponsorshipsFore Future Generations Golf Tournament sponsorships, or securing donations for the Work-A-Thon and the Fun Run. All gifts to Loganville Christian Academy are tax deductible.


Over the past few years, LCA has led the way in leveraging technology for increased learning in Walton County.  We were the first school in the county to introduce the iLearn initiative, including of a 1:1 learning platform, requiring every 6th – 12th grade student to bring a device to school.

In order to continue an effective 1:1 device environment, beginning fall of 2015, LCA will implement a standardized device program. Among the benefits of having all students on a single device are the ability to monitor student activity on the device 24/7, the ability to provide additional firewalls and content filters, the ability to dismantle access to the Internet during online assessments and full tech support provided by LCA’s IT department as well as support from the manufacturer of the device.

In order to receive the best pricing and adhere to our school licensing agreements, the school must own the devices. All devices will be “leased to own” in which the student will own the device upon graduation. The first 3 years of the contract will cover the cost of the device. At the end of 3 years, the current IT fee will cover the nominal lease fee associated with the monitoring software. Upon graduation, the student will own the device.

There are 3 payment option available for the lease to own contract:

  • Up Front Full Three Year Lease Payment: $675
  • Annual Payment for Three Years: $250 per year (Finance charges apply)
  • Monthly Debit via FACTS Tuition Management for 36 Months: $23 per month (Finance charges apply)

For questions on the standardized device program, contact Mark Davis, Upper School Principal.

For technical questions on the standardized device, contact Holly Godfrey.


Monthly tuition payments will be made by an automatic draft of the family's account. One can choose either the 5th or the 20th of each month for the draft to occur. Once that date is chosen, it will remain in place for the balance of the school year. In the event the draft is attempted but fails to be paid due to insufficient funds, a $30 late charge will be applied to the tuition account and a second draft will be attempted in 14 days. Families that choose the 1 or 2-pay plan must make payments by the respective due dates or risk forfeiting the discount.


It is assumed that a family is enrolling for the entire year and budgets are set accordingly. If a student is withdrawn before the end of the school year, a 30-day advanced written notice is required. The existing month’s tuition in the month the student withdraws plus an additional two month withdrawal fee will be assessed. Report cards and/or transcripts are released to the parent, or other schools only when the student’s financial account is current.