Education is an investment in your child's future, and we recognize the commitment that families make to provide their children with the best opportunities. We value your trust in us to provide a nurturing and stimulating environment that fosters academic excellence, character development, and spiritual growth.
We understand that every family's financial circumstances are unique, and we are committed to working with you to make a Calvary education accessible. We offer need-based financial aid to families who qualify and our dedicated financial aid team is here to assist you in exploring various options and finding solutions that align with your family's needs.

2024-2025 Tuition and Fees

Grades 1 - 5
Grades 6 - 8
Grades 9 - 12

Financial Aid

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  • Blackbaud Financial Aid Management

    The mission of Calvary Day School’s Financial Aid Program is to ensure qualified students have the opportunity to attend school without regard to financial circumstances. To assist in this, we have contracted with Blackbaud Financial Aid Management, an online financial aid application provider. 

    In regard to the application process, please note the following:
    • Application for financial aid must be completed on a yearly basis.
    • Online application must be completed to be considered for the upcoming school year.
    • To have your online application considered, you must complete all questions and upload all income information requested by Blackbaud Financial Management Aid.
    • Apply online at!/login. Calvary Day School ID #13441. You will need to enter our ID# so that your information is correctly directed to us.
    • Processing Fee $35.00. This fee is non-refundable.
    • Completed applications will be reviewed in order of receipt. We will NOT review incomplete applications.
    • Notification of aid will be emailed after review is complete.
    • When you receive your award notification you will have 2 weeks to accept or decline.
    • The Georgia GOAL Scholarship financial aid must be applied for through Blackbaud Financial Aid Management. You do not apply for aid directly through Georgia GOAL. 
    • Copies of your most recent tax return must be uploaded with your application. If parents are divorced, separated or not married, then each parent must submit an individual application. All awards are provisional upon review of your tax returns. 

    You may explain in a letter your financial need and any facts you feel are relevant. If any of the following apply it is recommended that you address these issues:
    • List the amount of tuition or fees for which you are obligated to pay for children that do not attend Calvary (day care, college, other private schools, etc.).
    • If only one spouse is working, state the reason that the spouse is not employed.
    • If divorced and not receiving child support, state the reason for not receiving child support.

    If you have questions, please call the finance office at 912-644-5098. You will be notified should you be awarded financial aid and the amount awarded after all forms are received and your application is reviewed. 
  • GOAL Scholarship

    In 2008, Georgia’s elected officials had the remarkable vision to pass the Education Expense Credit law to provide families in our state with access to better educational opportunities for their children. Their legislative leadership resulted in what has been described as the nation’s best education expense credit law. Since inception, the Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program has been leading the way in implementing this important legislation through our ethical, transparent and proven approach.

    The Georgia GOAL scholarship program associates do not determine the amount of financial aid a family is awarded for students meeting the eligibility requirements. To learn more about GOAL you can visit To apply for GOAL go to!/login
  • Arete Scholars

    Arete Scholars exists to help economically disadvantaged children reach their highest potential through educational opportunity. Through private contributions from corporate and philanthropic partners, Arete awards need-based K-12 scholarships and empowers parents to place their children in schools that best suit their unique gifts and learning needs.

    Arete currently operates in Georgia under the state's Tuition Tax Credit Scholarship Program and in Louisiana under the Tuition Donation Rebate Program. Scholarship eligibility is based on the income guidelines for the federal free and reduced lunch program (FRL), and award amounts range from $2,500 to $4,000 per year. Recipients are required to requalify each year.

    Arete scholarships are based upon private funds. Calvary Day School does not play any role in determining the amount of scholarship funds a family may be awarded.
  • AAA Scholarship Foundation

    Our donors are companies and individuals who care about their community and desire the opportunity to partner with AAA Scholarship Foundation for low-income families in an effort to create a brighter future for all of our children.

    Each state has individual guidelines determined by the laws of that state and the accountability guidelines of the AAA Scholarship Foundation. Please choose your state to view details on participation. Please contact our office at 888-707-2465 for additional assistance in donating today!

    AAA scholarships are based upon private funds. Calvary Day School does not play any role in determining the amount of scholarship funds a family may be awarded.
Calvary Day School accepts students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin. Accredited by GAC and Cognia • Member of GHSA

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