Tuition Assistance & Installment Plans

We are accepting applications for the 2016-2017 year

AcroSports provides financial assistance to qualifying families to help offset tuition fees for preschool and youth classes and camps. Tuition Assistance is available for private lessons for students with special needs. Assistance can range from 20-40% of the total tuition depending on household income qualifications and our annual budget. Tuition Assistance is not available for adult students.

TO APPLY:

  1. Before you register for classes, please apply online.

  2. Once you submit your Tuition Assistance application you can register for classes online through our website. Please note in the "Comment Box" on the registration form that you have applied for Tuition Assistance.

  3. Your card is not automatically charged when you enroll online. Do not pay your tuition through the “Fees & Payments” tab on your portal as our office needs time to deduct your awarded Tuition Assistance.

  4. Upon review of your completed application we will determine your award level and record this information in your account. The amount of your award will be applied towards the tuition and the balance of the session will be charged to the card on your account.

  5. If you wish to enroll in our payment installment plan please complete this form immediately after registering online to set up a payment schedule. Charges cannot be reversed once they are processed at the end of the business day.

Please Note: If you register without first submitting an application, you will be charged the full amount for the session.

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS Please provide one of the following with your Tuition Assistance Application:

  • First page of most recent tax return (**preferred**)

  • Current Medi-Cal card

  • GA Statement of Benefits

  • SSI determination letter

RESTRICTIONS:

  • Tuition Assistance is not available for Adult students.

  • AcroSports can not accept incomplete Tuition Assistance forms.

  • We do not offer Tuition Assistance to applicants who have access to third party social service agencies, such as Children’s Council or Talkline.