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Academy Fees 

  • 13 weeks each semester

  • No parental volunteer hours required!

  • Tutors will be providing a syllabus, grading some work & tests, and issuing a class grade at the end of each semester.

  • Academy Administration is all volunteer! We aim to keep costs low and affordable, and the only people getting paid are the tutors! 

  • Class Fees listed are for the FULL SCHOOL YEAR. Your commitment to the program for the full school year is assumed and expected. Classes are for a full year commitment. We do allow a grace period in September to make sure that the class is a fit for your student. After that grace period (TBD), no refunds will be given and the family is required to pay in full for the entire year.

  • For most classes, there is a supply list, curriculum rental fee, or supply fee. Some classes will have a higher fee based on length of class or tutor mandate. Please see class descriptions for further details. 

  • All classes will need a minimum of 5 students in order to proceed for the school yea, otherwise the class will be cancelled and refunds given. 

  • Our maximum class sizes vary based on the class, but average between 10-20 students per class.


  • Volunteer positions are available to those wanting to stay and serve instead of drop off.

  • Volunteer positions are limited and are not guaranteed. Volunteers receive up to 50% off tuition (does not include supply fees or book rental fees) on the day that they serve, plus free childcare.

  • Volunteer positions are all day from 8:00 AM until 3:30 PM and a strict attendance policy is followed. We do not offer part time or hour by hour volunteer positions for discounts.

  • If you are interested in becoming a VIP at Academy for this discount, please click HERE to send an email.


A non-refundable down payment of 10% is required at enrollment to hold your students place in a class with the remaining balance split into 9 monthly payments from July - March. Payments are the parents responsibility to pay by the last day of each month. We are an all volunteer staff, so reminders and invoices will not be sent. Families are responsible to keep up with their own balance, and make payments on time via our JackRabbit Payment System. If you enroll after June, you are required to make all missed payments up to the enrollment date to be current on our payment plan.

Families who have been late in making 2 or more payments will not be allowed to participate in our payment plan option, and will be required to pay in full each semester prior to beginning classes.

Families who are late 2 or more payments after beginning classes will be removed from the payment plan and full tuition for the will be required in order to continue the semester.

Families who have an outstanding balance with Aspire will not have a guaranteed space at a campus or in a class until all balances are in good standing.​

Families can pay in full or make additional payments at any time, and re-calculate their balance from there for the remaining payments.

Families must remain up-to-date on their monthly payments or their students will not be allowed to attend classes the following month until the owed balance is paid.

Payment Schedule:

Fall Semester:

  • 10% - Upon Enrollment

  • 10% - July 31st

  • 10% - August 31st

  • 10% - September 30th

  • 10% - October 31st

Spring Semester:

  • 10% - November 30th

  • 10% - December 31st

  • 10% - January 31st

  • 10% - February 28th

  • 10% - March 31st 

Please note: Any special payment arrangements outside of our standard plans must be approved by our Executive Director and/or our Finance Department.

Payment Arrangement

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All curriculum choices can be seen in the class descriptions for each class. Book rental fees are charged for most books that Aspire will purchase and reuse. This will save families a considerable amount on curriculum costs and allow Aspire to invest in a solid curriculum for the Academy Program.

Much research went into this, decisions were based on:

☑️ The overall cost for co-op and parents
☑️ Reviews on the curriculum from many different sources
☑️ OK state standards
☑️ Christian worldview curriculum choices of different private and/or college prep programs 
☑️ Avg testing scores (especially HS) resulting from programs using this curriculum
☑️ Our model. Teaching 1-2 days and doing work (having enough work) the other 3-4 days each week... it’s unique!

We hope you will find them adequate and competitive with other programs!

Curriculum Standards

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