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Enrollment & Registration


Louisville Adventist Academy offers welcomes students from all walks of life, regardless of race, ethnicity, or religious affiliation.


We are now enrolling students for the current and upcoming school year. Please contact the school office to request more information on the registration process and see the sections below for forms to be completed.


New students must remit their Registration Fee, Book Fee, and Lab Fee along with prior school transcript(s) at the time of registration.


In addition, the following documents are required for all students for the upcoming school year:

*​New students may be tested to ascertain appropriate academic placement.

Also, please review the LAA Student Handbook for details about our most current policies and procedures.


Tuition is established each year by the School Board and divided into 10-12 monthly payments, depending on the start date of payments. Tuition payments will be billed monthly and are due on the 20th of each month, beginning June, July or August 20 and ending May 20. Registration and book fees may be combined with tuition into regularly monthly payments. Payments of student accounts can be made at the school office during regular school hours, dropped off in the locked black box in the school parking lot, mailed to the school's address, or paid online through AdventistSchoolPay. Cash, personal checks, money orders, credit cards, debit cards, and ACH (electronic checks) are accepted. Make all checks payable to Louisville Adventist Academy. A $25 fee will be assessed for all returned checks.


A 5% discount is available for those paying the full year's tuition in advance. A 2% discount is available for those paying a full semester's tuition in advance.


Louisville Adventist Academy now offers multi-student discounts at the following rates for families with more than one attending student. The second student will receive a 7% tuition discount, and the third will receive a 15% tuition discount.


At Louisville Adventist Academy, we believe that Christian education should be accessible to all qualified students, regardless of income. We do our best to make it so through the Chris Juhl Scholarship Fund (formerly Helping Hand Scholarship Fund). This program is set up to help families who need assistance covering tuition costs. Families must apply annually to receive tuition assistance. Details regarding our application process are available by clicking here


Students in 11th and 12th grades take several of their courses through Griggs University, a distance learning institution. Since LAA is required to keep current on its payment to Griggs, a student taking Griggs courses will not be able to access these courses if the student's tuition bill is more than 30 days delinquent.