Scholarships & Financial Aid
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Kansas-Nebraska Conference Scholarship
Students that live in Kansas and Nebraska may apply for a scholarship from their local conference. Contact the Kansas-Nebraska Conference for details.
Kansas-Nebraska Scholarship Information
Kansas-Nebraska Residents: Please note that if you are applying for additional scholarships through the KS-NE Conference, you are required to apply through the "FACTS" program. You must list both Campion Academy and Kansas-Nebraska Conference on the application for you to be considered by both entities. See the "Student Financial Aid Grant" section for more details.
ACE Scholarship (Alliance for Choice in Education)
ACE is a privately funded scholarship program for low-income Colorado families. It will pay for 50% of private or parochial school tuition, up to $3,000 per year for grades 9-12. ACE scholarships carry a four-year commitment, providing the student remains in good standing at their school. Contact the Campion Academy Business Office for applications or visit the ACE website at www.acescholarships.org.
Application Deadline: usually in early April of each year.
Matching Scholarship Program
Campion Academy participates in a matching program with a student's local church. The church may sponsor the student for any amount they choose. Campion Academy will match the sponsoring church's contribution
Application deadline: please submit to the Business Office on or before June 30.
Please remember that this program is subject to available funds and final determination of financial need by the Student Scholarship Committee or its representative. If this application is submitted after June 30, Campion Academy's matching financial assistance may be denied or adjusted.
Contact the Business Office for more information or to request appropriate forms.
Students whose parent(s) work for a Seventh-day Adventist Conference or institution may be eligible for church sponsored subsidies. Please contact the employer or Campion Academy Business office for more information.
This is a means of relaying an individual's desire to help provide financing for a particular student. It is a volunteer program and typically no statements or reminders will be sent. Each sponsor is responsible for sending in payments as agreed upon. If a sponsor does not make their pledged payment, the family will be held responsible for all balances due.
Please note that based on IRS regulations, if you wish to receive a tax deductible receipt, you cannot designate specific individuals to have your funds applied to. Any remittance made as a result of this general sponsorship pledge for a specific student will be applied directly to the student's account and will not be issued a tax receipt.
If you wish to make a tax-deductible donation, you may do so by remitting a payment to Campion Academy Worthy Student Fund, and the scholarship committee will make decisions on who is approved to receive scholarships from Campion Academy.
Student Financial Aid Grant
In cases where there is a severe financial hardship, additional student aid may be available. Unless there are special circumstances, as a general rule, families making over $50,000 adjusted gross income will most likely not be considered for this grant.
Families requesting student aid funding through Campion Academy must submit an online application through the "FACTS" program (available in English and Spanish.) A new application must be submitted each school year.
FACTS works with Campion Academy to help assess financial need and allocate financial aid to families most in need. The FACTS system features:
The following information will need to be submitted to FACTS in addition to the online application before the application is considered:
FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment
P.O. Box 82524
Lincoln, NE 68501-2524
If you have questions or concerns about the online application process, you may speak with a FACTS Customer Care Representative at 1-866-441-4637.
Application Deadline: on or before June 30
However, families are strongly encouraged to apply early, beginning on March 1 of the current year. Please remember that this program is subject to available funds and final determination of financial need by the Campion Student Scholarship Committee or its representative. If this application is submitted after June 30, Campion Academy financial assistance may be denied or adjusted.
In addition to available aid funds, some of the criteria used in determining financial aid awards will be family income, family assets, overall ability to pay, number of students in school, other funding sources, and student involvement through his/her own employment. Potential financial aid donors expect students to participate in funding their overall financial plan by working during the summer and throughout the school year. Student summer employment should yield no less than $1,000 toward their overall account. When little or no summer student earnings are paid to the school, financial aid may be denied or substantially reduced.
Kansas-Nebraska Residents: Please note that if you are also applying for addtional scholarships through the KS-NE Conference, you are required to apply through the "FACTS" program for them as well. You only need to complete one "FACTS" application, but it must list both Campion Academy and Kansas-Nebraska Conference on the application for you to be considered by both entities. When asked for the schools/institutions to include, you can do a search for Campion Academy (Loveland, CO 80537) and/or for Kansas-Nebraska Conference (Topeka, KS 66614).