Tuition and Fees
NGA is a community of Christian teaching homes working together to educate our children.
We believe that a good education should be attainable and affordable. Our goal is to provide a
solid educational platform for our students at a reasonable price.
As a homeschool co-op, the cost of attendance is based on parental participation. As shown in the below table, families who help teach classes pay a lower monthly tuition rate. Additional fees include
the registration fee, an admin fee, and the cost of books and supplies.
2023 - 2024 NGA Payment Structure
The following table presents a breakdown of the Cost of Attendance
The table below presents a cost comparison for NGA in relation to other organizations. The numbers are based on a Tier III family with two full-time students-one in high school and another in middle school. Fees include registration, student fees, family fees, administration fees, books, supplies, and additional course fees. It should be noted that NGA follows an eight-month school year (from September to April); whereas other schools follow a longer calendar year. Utilizing an aggressive eight-month calendar allows our students, especially those in high school, to use summer months to pursue personal goals, such as obtaining community service hours, seeking summer employment, or fulfilling elective requirements.
NGA’s affordability does not lessen the quality of the program. Classified as an “Accredited Fully” school with the Georgia Accreditation Commission, New Generation Academy strives to provide a quality education for our students at a cost that is not only affordable but attainable. Quality education is provided by using strong curricula and having capable parents who are willing
to come together to ensure success for our children.
2023 - 2024 Registration
REGISTRATION FOR THE 2023 - 2024 SCHOOL YEAR
IS NOW OPEN !!!
Please visit our Registration page for more info.
"My family enjoyed NGA for its small classroom structure, families working closely together for the needs of the students, and the inexpensive tuition that worked well for our budget."
~ M. J.