A Hampton Roads Academy education is an investment in your child's future, an investment that is immediate and tangible.
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Academic Year 2018-2019 Tuition
Pre & Jr Kindergarten
Lower School (Kindergarten-4)
Middle School (5)
Middle School (6-8)
Upper School (9-12)
Annual Activity Fee (PreK-12)
Matriculation fee (one time for new students)
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HRA offers Tuition Assistance to every student who has been offered admission for grades 5-12 and who demonstrates financial need. For more information, contact HRA's Office of Admission at (757) 884-9148 or email email@example.com.
A tuition deposit is required in order to ensure a place in that class for your student(s). The deposit is due in February with the signed enrollment contract. In subsequent years the deposit is billed in February to maintain continuous enrollment.
Morning and afternoon bus service to Williamsburg, Smithfield/Suffolk and Gloucester/Yorktown is available for a fee. Click here to view transportation fees and routes. Please call the HRA Business Office at (757) 884-9153 for current rates and availability.
This plan is mandatory for all students who enroll in either the HRA Two Pay Tuition Plan or the monthly payment plan offered through Smart Tuition. It provides peace of mind in the event a student has to leave the school for personal or medical reasons during the school year. The Tuition Refund Plan is an optional plan for all students who pay their students who pay their tuition by July 1. Click here for a full explanation of the plan.
Tuition may be financed for monthly payments through Smart Tuition. The plan charges a $80 enrollment fee. The various payment plans are interest-free. Depending on the plan selected, payments can begin May 1 and end April 1 of each academic year. Students enrolled at HRA may click here for Smart Tuition enrollment. Please call the Business Office at with any questions.
Under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the benefits of 529 plans have been expanded to include elementary and secondary school expenses. This means that if you have a college savings plan, you may withdraw up to $10,000 per year tax-free for elementary and high school expenses, such as tuition and books. In addition, Virginia currently allows an income tax deduction of up to $4,000 per account per year for contributions to a Virginia 529, with an unlimited carryforward of excess contributions. Contributions are fully deductible in the year of contribution for taxpayers at least 70 years of age. If you are thinking about using 529 account funds to pay HRA tuition, you should consult with your financial and tax advisors to confirm that a withdrawal from or contribution to a 529 plan is appropriate to your particular circumstances.