Tuition at Agape is Far Less than Other Schools for Troubled Teenagers
Agape offers around-the-clock care, great food, education, sports and mentoring. Agape is a clean, safe and secure environment for your boy based on an amazing, sprawling campus. Tuition covers almost everything and you can apply for free. Our policy is to not “nickel and dime” parents with unnecessary fees like other schools do.
Call us for our current rates for fill in the inquiry form.
Are Scholarships Available?
Agape is a nonprofit, charitable institution. Donations to Agape and therefore the scholarships funds that we have available to us are distributed equally in the form of keeping our overall tuition low. It costs us more to run Agape per student than families actually pay but we sometimes provide individual scholarships to boys who need to stay longer than a year and have been excellent students. These “extended stay” scholarships are limited to the generosity of friends and families who donate to the scholarship fund.
Will My Insurance or the Government Help Cover the Cost?
Insurance will generally not cover Agape tuition, since we are categorized as a “boarding school.” Check with your own insurance to see if any of our fees might be reimbursed.
Agape is a school designed specifically to help teen boys who are struggling with academics, behavior, or both. Agape gives boys a second chance to turn their life around by offering a quality education with accredited academics and college preparatory studies as well as competitive sports and vocational training. The campus is an amazing place; our approach is loving, and we believe that faith plays a key role in the change of a boy’s heart.
If you would like more information and current tuition rates, fill in our Inquiry Form. Our admissions staff will contact you and answer all your questions to see if our adolescent program is a good fit for your struggling teen. We will do all we can to help your family at this difficult time. We also have a 3rd party loan option that may be available to you (ask us about it when you inquire).