Tuition at Dayspring may be more attainable than you thought.
When it comes to your child’s education, we recognize the vast array of options available to you. Some of them don’t come with a price tag. A child’s educational journey sets the stage for his or her future. Like building blocks, the school years nurture the unique gifts, talents, character, and skills of the child creating opportunities for new levels of growth and achievement. A truly biblical foundation nurtures the heart of the child, recognizing his/her identity as a child of God, fitting him for usefulness in his future station.
Webster’s 1828 Dictionary defines invest as: to adorn, to grace, to clothe, and to surround. Investing in a Dayspring education is to adorn and grace your child with the ability to think and reason from the Word of God, to clothe your child with learning from the lens of Scripture, and to surround your child with biblical truth so he can stand firm against the enemy.
Additionally, Webster’s 1828 Dictionary defines invest as to clothe money in something permanent or less fleeting. As believers, we are called to “train up a child in the way he should go” so he will not depart from it later in life. A Dayspring education sows into the future of your child, your family, your community, and our world.
Dayspring Christian Academy believes Christian education is vital to creating healthy children, families, communities, and a healthy nation. We want to make a Dayspring education affordable for families who desire to send their children to our school. More than 40% of Dayspring families receive financial aid. Please apply for financial aid in conjunction with your application.
For information on how to apply for Financial Aid, contact John Riddell, Director of Finance, at email@example.com
Our students travel to the following destinations for overnight field studies:
1. Plymouth, MA (3rd-grade History study)
2. The Atlantic Ocean, New Jersey location (5th-grade Science study)
3. Gettysburg, PA (6th-grade History study)
4. Pittsburgh, PA, and Kentucky (Carnegie Museum, Creation Museum, Ark Encounter, for 7th-grade Science study)
5. Boston and Plymouth, MA (9th-grade History study)
6. Washington, D.C. (10th-grade History/Worldview study)
7. New York City (11th-grade History study)