Enrollment and Tuition

Welcome to Valor’s enrollment, tuition and assistance area. We use SchoolAdmin as an enrollment management system, and FACTS Management System for all tuition-related financial transactions. We provide tuition assistance for families with demonstrated financial need.

Tuition for the 2020–2021 Academic Year is $21,110.

If you have questions about student billing in your FACTS account, please reach out to student.billing@valorchristian.com. For questions about enrollment or tuition assistance, please contact enrollment@valorchristian.com.

Additional Enrollment and Tuition Information

New and Returning Students »
Enrollment and Financial Agreement »
Tuition Insurance »
Tuition Assistance »
Non-Traditional Household(s), Divorced, or Shared Parenting Plan »

New and Returning Students

Please login with your new student’s existing SchoolAdmin username and passwordReturning Valor students will automatically link to your new student’s account.

This year, the tuition deposit fee of $750.00 is required for new students only. The Enrollment Agreement for new students must be signed and completed before the FACTS deposit link will populate and allow the deposit payment to be made. Please note that if you are enrolling a new and returning student, both students need to have all items completed in their checklist in order for the FACTS deposit link to populate and allow the deposit payment to be made for the new student.

If you are waiting to hear back on an acceptance, you will be able to complete all your student’s enrollment once a decision is made and enrollment information is sent to your newly accepted student.

Continuous Enrollment

Starting in the 2020-2021 enrollment period, Valor will use a continuous enrollment process. Rather than an annual opt-in enrollment, families will only complete paperwork once for the student’s entire time at Valor. This does not lock you in and you still enjoy the freedom to make decisions on enrollment that best meet your family’s needs. 

Learn More information about continuous enrollment and how it works at Valor in this letter from Head of School Kurt Unruh.

Enrollment and Financial Agreement

Depending on your marital status, one parent or both parents may be required to sign the Enrollment and Financial Agreement.

Every parent signing the Agreement must create their own SchoolAdmin account. See Enrollment Instructions for further details.

Payment Options

This year, we are moving to a process of Continuous Enrollment. Payment options will include the ability to pay annually in advance in June; or to adopt the monthly payment plan which will divide the total cost by the number of months of enrollment which equates to a level and consistent payment over the entire duration of enrollment.

New Students – Once in FACTS either log into your existing account or create a new user name and password. Proceed as prompted in setting up your payment plan for the 2020-2021 school year and making your deposit payment.

Returning students – No action is required of you at this time. Your previous year’s payment plan in FACTS will automatically be rolled over in April.

Tuition Insurance

We are pleased to offer tuition insurance coverage through A.W.G. Dewar, Inc.

Families choosing the monthly payment plan are required to participate in the Tuition Refund Plan (TRP) at the additional cost of $300 per year. If your student withdraws from Valor, the TRP will pay benefits (subject to its terms, conditions and limitations and based on the amount insured) directly to the school in order to assist the family in meeting their financial obligation.

Please read the information provided pertaining to TRP, the insurance program provided by A.W.G Dewar, Inc.

Tuition Assistance

Tuition assistance is awarded after a student is fully enrolled and based on demonstrated financial need. 

For returning families, prior year tuition assistance awards will be applied to your enrollment contract. If your financial circumstances have not changed, there is no need to re-apply for tuition assistance. However, if the current award will not meet your financial needs, you will need to reapply through FACTS Grant & Aid. Awards will be granted after your student/s is fully enrolled.

New students applying for tuition assistance should go to FACTS Grant & Aid and start an application.

Read these important documents for more information and next steps.

Welcome Letter »
Program Information and Checklist »
The Valor Guide to Tuition Assistance »
Waiver Forms for Divorced, Separated, or Never Married Families »
FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment Application »

Families with non-traditional household(s), divorced or shared parenting plan

Valor Christian High School requires separated or divorced families to sign only one Enrollment and Financial Agreement per student. Both parents are required to sign the full Enrollment and Financial agreement confirming their full support of your student’s enrollment and attendance.

Only one FACTS account will be created for your student/s. Valor expects that both parents and all households fully support your student’s attendance as outlined further in the Enrollment and Financial Agreement. Shared financial parenting responsibilities will be the responsibility of the parents.

Valor will waive this requirement when it can be verified that there is only one parent in the student’s life, and when the non-custodial parent provides no financial support. This request for waiver must be accompanied by two separate verification forms confirming that there is no involvement of the non-custodial parent in the student’s life. We accept verification forms from the following types of third parties: counselor, attorney, clergy, employer.

Note: No action is needed if the Parent Waiver was completed in the prior year.