NEWPORT — United Christian Academy’s 2018 Spring Appeal is underway, and the school says they are off to a good start.
Last Friday, April 27, UCA raised nearly $4,400.00 to kick-off its spring funding drive. Its goal was to raise $6,200.00 the first day, which is equal to one year of student tuition and raise more during the campaign.
“This would position us nicely to meet our annual funding goal for this academic year,” stated Dr. Montoro, Head of School.
United Christian Academy says they are very grateful for all those who give generously to the school.
As UCA looks to the future, they say they are excited about what “God is, and will be, doing through UCA and its students.”
One of its main objectives is to build a solid financial foundation for the school through a concrete development and funding plan, as well as reasonable enrollment growth objectives for both day and international students.
Many of its students attend on need-based scholarships, and this school year UCA provided nearly $150,000.00 in aid.
It has $60,000.00 remaining to meet its funding needs.
Since tuition only covers about half of the cost of educating students, it is vital for UCA to raise the difference.
Its students, teachers, and leadership say they appreciate the support and generosity.
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