Financial Aid

Concordia's Scholarship Fund

Concordia Christian Day School has been blessed with generous gifts by individuals who saw the need to help families afford tuition. It is our philosophy that every family will be able to send their children to our school, and finances will not be a hindrance. That’s why we have one of the most robust needs-based scholarship programs in our area. The Scholarship Program is used to assist families who demonstrate a financial need through our application process.

Concordia uses an online application process for our Scholarship Program. For over 40 years, TADS has developed a first-rate financial aid evaluation product. Their comprehensive system is designed to be efficient and easy to use. Be assured that TADS is a very reputable and secure company. This provides the scholarship committee with accurate auditing of families’ applications to show a real financial picture. All families wishing to apply for Concordia’s Scholarship Program must apply online through TADS. There is an application fee per family. Once the application has been completed, TADS will notify the school.

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K12 Funding Programs

North Carolina offers two programs that expand school choice for eligible students in Kindergarten through 12th grade. The Opportunity Scholarship and Education Student Account can cover tuition and required fees at a participating nonpublic school. If qualified, a student can receive funds for more than one program. Therefore, families may apply to more than one program. None of the programs consider applications on a first-come, first-serve basis; however, all have a priority deadline. All qualified applications will be considered as funds remain available.

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What Parents Are Saying

“For the last 3 years, Concordia has helped my child grow academically and in her faith. The staff is loving and supportive of all of my child’s academic, emotional, and spiritual needs and requirements. However, the staff doesn’t just stop at the student, they are supportive of our entire family’s emotional and spiritual needs.”

My Concordia Story

My daughter, Danielle, started Concordia in the third grade before the building was built that exists today. She had been in public school before, and the difference was overwhelming. 
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