MVA courses are available at affordable prices. You can purchase a single course, several courses, or full enrollment. Prices for the 2013-2014 school year are as follows:
|K-8 Pricing||9-12 Pricing|
|Single, One-Semester Course||$375||$425|
|Single, Full-Year Course||$675||$750|
|Full Enrollment (up to 5 concurrent courses1)||$2,975||$3,650|
|1. Additional courses may be purchased at discounted single-course prices|
With the exception of lab science and selected technology courses, prices include teacher, books, and materials. There are special course materials fees for lab science and selected technology courses.
Special discounts on selected high school courses are available for Christian schools that enroll multiple students in the same course. Multiple-child discounts are available for homeschool students from the same family enrolled on a full-time basis.
Students who wish to use Maranatha Online courses to meet Maranatha Virtual Academy graduation requirements will be assessed a $50 per course Dual Credit Fee.
Students who wish to graduate from Maranatha Virtual Academy will be assessed a $50 Graduation Fee.
Payment Deadlines and Policies
Semester Courses: Full payment is due two weeks before the session begins.2
Full-Enrollment or Yearly Courses: 30% of the total payment is due two weeks before the session begins.
Equal payments on the remaining 70% are due by the 15th of each month (Oct. 15, Nov. 15, . . ., April 15, May 15).
- Dual credit fees are due when evidence of successful completion of Maranatha Online courses is submitted to Maranatha Virtual Academy for high school credit.
- The graduation fee is due by February 15 of the final semester of enrollment and is non-refundable.
Parents have a responsibility to pay their financial obligation to MVA on time. If an account is not paid on time, MVA will not open or will close the K12 access. As a result, students whose accounts are not paid on time will not be able to begin or complete coursework, and transcripts will be unavailable or incomplete. Any questions about finances should be addressed to the MVA Administrator.
The first 30% of each course or full-enrollment is non-refundable.
When a student withdraws from MVA, tuition is due for the entire month in which the student withdraws. For example, if a student withdraws on the 7th of the month, payment for that month will still be due on the 15th and will not be refunded.
If a student’s account has been paid in advance (or in the case of paying for an entire semester course upfront), monies paid ahead will be refunded.
2. Payment schedules may be negotiated with Christian schools using MVA courses for their students.