2023-2024 FULL ACADEMIC COST $13,986

Incidental Charges that Apply to Selective Students

Students and families are responsible for additional academic, athletic and extracurricular fees, as they choose to participate in selected activities. For example: dual credit courses outside of J-Term, extraordinary J-Term classes such as Welding, Driver Education and trips, Advance Placement exams, academic clubs, sports/drama/music participation, practice packs, retreats, and t-shirts.  These additional charges will be billed to your student’s FACTS account and are payable when billed.


Families must apply for tuition assistance through our third-party vendor, FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment. FACTS provides financial aid assessments to private and faith-based schools nationwide. All family data will be collected, analyzed and made available to Covenant with a financial aid recommendation through the FACTS secure website.  The FACTS application window opens on or before November 1 for the following school year.  Please note: Your student must be enrolled in Covenant before they can be considered for financial aid of any type, including the Indiana Choice Voucher Scholarships.


Covenant Christian High School also offers merit-based awards to students and families based on the following criteria:

  • Student has demonstrated an excellent academic history.
  • Student has received a significant award/recognition in the past 2 years.
  • Student has previously attended a Christian organization.
  • Parent/Guardian is a Full-time Faculty or Staff member serving in a Christian Organization.

If you believe you may qualify for one of these awards or have further questions, please contact donniefishburn@covenantchristian.org

(voucher program)

Covenant Christian High School is a participating school in the Indiana Choice Scholarship Program (commonly known as the “voucher” program).  Scholarships are provided by the state to eligible Indiana students to offset tuition costs at participating schools.  To be eligible for participation in the Indiana Choice Scholarship (voucher) Program, students must satisfy both household income requirements and student eligibility criteria.  Students must:


Covenant’s  scholarship deadline is midnight on March 15. We are unable to accept late submissions. Please ensure that your recommendations are submitted and all requirements are completed by this deadline. Scholarship award notifications will be mailed with financial aid/tuition notification letters on completion of financial aid review.  Contact the admissions department for more scholarship information.

Sagamore Institute Scholarship

Any parent interested in being considered for an SGO scholarship for the following school year must complete the application here.  Please note that your submission of an application does not guarantee an award.


Here are some of the common questions we often hear.  If you don’t find your admissions related question here, please contact Cindy Cleary at cindycleary@covenantchristian.org for more information.

Enrollment & Tuition

Covenant has adopted an open enrollment policy, welcoming all students and families who are open to the Christian faith, but not requiring a membership in any denomination or church. Nor do we require that the student is able to articulate a full understanding of their faith. All interested families should complete the application process and meet with the Dean of Students for an interview to be considered for acceptance to the school.

Covenant welcomes students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally made available to students at Covenant. The school does not and will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its admission policies.

The actual cost for your family may vary depending upon financial need. For the 2022-2023 school year, the full academic cost is $12,950. Students and families are also responsible for incidental charges related to additional academic, athletic and extracurricular activities, in which they choose to participate. Finance fees apply depending on the payment plan selected.
Tuition assistance, in the form of a tuition discount, may be offered to families who are able to demonstrate they need financial help to offset the cost of a Covenant education. Assistance may consist of funds from the Indiana Choice Scholarship program, qualified scholarship-granting organizations (SGOs), or other privately funded gifts, subject to student eligibility.
Any family that has a student entering grades 9-12 is eligible to apply for need-based tuition assistance.
Covenant uses a third-party service provider, FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment, to review families’ financial information and make recommendations regarding assistance. A family begins by completing an application for tuition assistance online with FACTS. Families can begin applying on October 15 for the following school year.

Student Life

Our first bell rings at 8:25am to begin the school day. Dismissal occurs at 3:30pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. We have an early dismissal on Wednesday at 3:00pm. The building is officially opened at 6:30am on school days and is closed at 5:30pm, unless there are evening activities taking place.
Yes, we are accredited by the Association of Christian Schools International, AdvanceEd, and the Indiana Department of Education.
Yes, Covenant expects and enforces a basic understanding of modest dress for all students. There are a few general rules in the student handbook to help students learn how to dress appropriately within many freedoms. We do not require uniforms.
No, however many of our families carpool. For any questions regarding the Covenant Shuttle please contact donniefishburn@covenantchristian.org.
Yes, Covenant is a 1:1 technology school meaning that all students must bring their own Personal Educational Device (PED), such as a laptop, netbook, or tablet. See our website here for more information.

Our Philosophy of Admissions

We covenant with families to ensure a Christ-centered, challenging high school education and ask that both students and families wishing to enroll 1.) demonstrate a desire to be part of our community, 2.) demonstrate a desire to support and participate in a deeper understanding and practice of the Christian worldview, and 3.) demonstrate a desire and academic readiness for a college-prep curriculum.

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Our Admissions Team

Donnie Fishburn
Donnie FishburnDean of Students
Cindy Cleary
Cindy ClearyAdmissions Associate
David Tripple
David TrippleInternational Program Director