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Tuition Information

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2023-2024 Tuition Rate

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Annual Fees

At the time of registration a registration fee and books/materials fee is required.

The registration fee is $100 per student. If you have more than 3 or more students to register you receive a family registration discount and can register your family for $300.

The Books & Materials fee varies by class. This fee covers the upfront cost of curriculum, classroom materials, online subscriptions, field trip fees, library books, and project costs throughout the year. This fee for grades K-6 is $350 and $400 for grades 7-12.   This fee is the same for full-time and part-time students. Please note Legacy will purchase all the books for 2-day students along with 4-day students. 

*If you've already purchased curriculum for next year, we can deduct this from the materials fee.  Going forward, all curriculum purchases will be made by Legacy Academy for 4 day and 2 day students.  

 

Some elective classes in the leadership academy such as STEM robotics, art, and theater may include a small class fee.

Tuition is due by the first of the month and can be paid by check or by Quickbooks invoice (plus 1% fee).

Strategies for Educational Expenses

There are a number of strategies to help with educational expenses. Some families co-enroll in Idaho distance education schools (e.g. Overture Learning) that provide reimbursement for qualified educational expenses related to home education. While this does not cover Legacy tuition, it can be used for annual book fees, course supplies, and a range of home educational expenses. Families should also be aware that Idaho 529 education savings account (IDEAL) now permits funds to be used for private K-12 tuition. This offers several tax advantages. 

*Contact finances@legacyacademyidaho.com for assistance with any financial inquiries. 

Family Service Hours

To help build a community environment as Legacy families and to enrich our program without overtaxing our teachers and staff, parents are required to give 20 service hours to the school during the school year.

Here are a few examples of volunteer roles:

  • Fall Harvest Party - Food, decorations, etc.

  • Book Drive - Help organize, plan, accept money, etc.

  • Christmas - Helping with organizing crafts, help organizing Senior Center trip, etc.

  • Thanksgiving Feast - Food, decorations, etc.

  • Valentine's Class Party - Food, decorations, etc.

  • Constitution Day

  • President's Day

  • Guest Speakers - Help arrange, organize, etc.

  • Food for Parent/Teacher conference

  • Service Projects - Find opportunities in community, organize, etc.

  • Reading Buddies - Listen to children read, help organize, etc.

  • Pi Day - Food, decorations, etc.

  • Field Trips - Help organize, go on trip, etc.

  • Grade Papers

  • Drawer of WOW - help stock, organize, etc.

  • Bucket of BOOM - help stock, organize, etc.

  • Legacy Store/Town - help organize, etc.

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