How much is tuition?

Frequently Asked Questions

One-Time Registration Fee

  • $25 per family registration fee. This is a one-time, non-refundable fee for the life of your current enrollment. There is no need to re-enroll annually if there are no lapses in tuition. All fees and tuition are non-refundable.

Monthly or Yearly Costs*

  • $10 per month or $110 per year for one student
  • $15 per month or $160 per year for two students
  • $20 per month or $200 per year for three students
  • $25 per month or $225 per year for four students
  • $35 per month or $250 per year for five-ten students

HPA Scholarships and Sponsorships

We have a tuition assistance/sponsorship program for those in need. Please see the application process to qualify for the tuition assistance program. If you’d like to donate tuition to the scholarship fund, please visit our donation page. Sponsorship will get you or your business mentioned on our website, social media, and monthly newsletter.

Attendance Recording

Attendance is automatically recorded for each day of paid tuition. If monthly payments are missed, the attendance will only reflect the missing days if the unpaid months of tuition are paid or the account is changed to a YEARLY tuition family plan. 

If tuition is not paid after one month is missed, you will be sent an invoice with the late month and the current month due immediately. If not paid before the 1st day of the third month, your account will be canceled, and your student will be withdrawn. You must either resubscribe to reinstate your student or source other educational coverage to comply with compulsory attendance laws. If your student was withdrawn and you would like to reinstate your account and student enrollment, you will need to reinstate (pay) your tuition, and you may also be charged a new registration fee of $25. To avoid paying the registration fee again in the future, be sure to keep your payment plan from lapsing. 

Note: The HB1 bill is a piece of legislation that affects how schools like HPA can participate in government-funded programs. HPA does not participate in any government-funded programs as we believe that the costs of such programs — most notably parents’ loss of freedom to direct their children’s education — outweigh the benefits. HPA is a virtual/correspondence school and not a physical school, so it means that HPA does not currently meet the compliance requirements mandated by the Florida State Statutes to receive government scholarships. Those requirements are but are not limited to maintaining a physical location in the state at which each student has regular and direct contact with certified teachers and meets applicable state and local health, safety, and welfare laws, codes, and rules, including fire safety and building safety at said physical location.