Oak Crest Academy charges an annual tuition, due in full by July 1st or at the time of registration for those enrolling later in the year. Monthly payment plans are available, but enrollment in a deferred payment plan does not imply any proration of this obligation for the full amount. For withdrawing students, fees and tuition are not refundable or prorated for any reason. For late entrants, tuition will be calculated based upon the month of entry and will be charged on a per day basis calculation. All deferred payments must be completed by May 1st. Siblings receive a 10% discount.
Tuition &Fee Schedule
Affordability and Financial Aid Frequently Asked Questions
How can we afford an Oak Crest Academy education?
Families who are concerned that affording an Oak Crest Academy education may be beyond their means are encouraged to consider participating in one of the payment plans offered by the school. Tuition may be budgeted through three different payment programs.
How does the payment plan work?
Tuition may be budgeted through three different programs.
- Tuition paid in 11 monthly installments (July 1-May 1).
- Tuition paid in two installments (half by July 1; half by January 1).
- Tuition paid in one installment (due July 1). This option receives a $150.00 discount.
How do I learn more about the tuition assistance process?
Oak Crest Academy provides tuition assistance to families of gifted children with demonstrated financial need. Unfortunately, funding is limited, so the school cannot guarantee to meet the needs of all financial aid applicants. The application deadline is March 1, 2017.
FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment will be conducting the financial need analysis for Oak Crest Academy for the upcoming 2017-2018 school year. Families applying for tuition assistance will need to complete an application and submit the necessary supporting documentation to FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment by March 1, 2017. Applicants can apply online by clicking the FACTS. Once an online application has been completed, the following information will need to be sent to FACTS to complete the application process:
- Copies of your most recent Federal tax forms including all supporting tax schedules.
- Copies of your most recent W-2 forms for both you and your spouse.
- Copies of supporting documentation for Social Security Income, Welfare, – Child Support, Food Stamps, Workers’ Compensation, and TANF.
All supporting documentation can be uploaded in pdf format online.
Documentation can also be faxed to 866-315-9264 or mailed to the address below. Please be sure to include the applicant ID on all faxed or mailed correspondence.
P.O. Box 82524
Lincoln, NE 68501-2524
If you have questions or concerns about the application process, you may speak with a FACTS Customer Care Representative at 866-441-4637.
Families enrolling in OCA for the first time (or after an absence of more than one year) pay a $500 Enrollment Fee with their enrollment contract and tuition deposit.
Tuition payments received after the 3rd school day of each month will incur a late charge of $35.00.
Cancellations, Refunds, and Reimbursements
Cancellations, refunds and reimbursements are handled directly by the Head of School and may not be done online. All fees and deposits are not refundable for any reason.
Denial of Services to Participants
The environment at Oak Crest will be an inclusive, safe, healthy, considerate, and positive one at all times. Participants, instructors and parents should strive to promote these ideals. We reserve the right to deny services to anyone whose choices infringe upon the rights of any other participant to enjoy their learning as it was intended. Infractions, such as but not limited to the following, may result in a request by Oak Crest to deny services either immediately or at the close of the trimester, depending on the severity of the infraction. In case of early termination of services due to negligence on the part of the participant, no refund will be granted.
1) Disrespectful or offensive language, behavior, or gestures while on the premises;
2) Bullying, intent to harm, threats or other behavior that may lead others to feel unsafe;
3) Little or no attempt to demonstrate willingness to complete assignments during class or during study sessions, and/or non-compliance with classroom expectations, and/or causing disturbances to other participants that negatively impact their learning environment;
4) Blatant disregard of any other Oak Crest expectation.