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The KCA Experience  

The education at KCA goes beyond traditional school and creates an accepting, encouraging, supportive and nurturing community. Academics, community service and Crew (it's like home room, but more) combine to create students who observe, question, create, analyze, and evaluate. 

Within the walls of the school, students are empowered to find their voice, encouraged to question, and prepared to shape the future. Students who are eager for a very different school experience meet teachers who are equally eager to open their eyes to a new way of learning. 

Outside the walls of KCA, even greater learning happens. A student's education at KCA combines rigorous academic content with active teaching and community service, along with real-world projects.
 

"Today was my daughter's first day at KCA. It was also the first day she has
   ever come home from school happy."    ~KCA Parent


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About KCA FAQs

-IS THERE AN ENTRANCE EXAM?
Prospective students are asked to visit KCA, as well as take an assessment test, and interview with our principal. It is important that both parents and students understand our philosophy. Following the visit, admission is based on a composite evaluation of academic potential, past academic performance, personal goals, attendance records, test data, evidence of personal responsibility (job, community service, past school activities), special needs, interests, talents, and evidence of intellectual curiosity.
-MAY I VISIT KANSAS CITY ACADEMY?
Yes. Please call us at 816-444-5225 to schedule a tour. You can also email us at info@kcacademy.org.
-IS FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE?
Yes. Families who qualify may receive need-based assistance up to 45% of the cost of tuition. To be considered for financial aid, families must apply online through the FACTS system.
-IF I TRANSFER FROM ANOTHER SCHOOL, WILL MY CREDITS BE ACCEPTED?
Most credits transfer if the student has attended an accredited high school. Students may be asked to make up course work required for graduation.
-WHEN DO STUDENTS REGISTER?
Enrollment opens December 1. Priority enrollment ends May 1. Enrollment is open year-round on a space available basis.

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