Affording MHA

We want you to know…

Mile High Academy knows that each family is unique and understands that investing in private Christian education requires a significant commitment from our families.

As an independent school, MHA relies on tuition as the primary source of its operating income.  We do not receive Federal or state funding. We believe that Mile High Academy is worthy of generous financial support, and we count on philanthropic support in order to continue our mission of Christ-centered education. We are committed to fundraising in order to keep tuition as affordable as possible for all families who desire a private Christian school education for their children.

Our donors, Board, and generous community are committed to making a MHA education affordable for as many families as possible. Our strong Financial Aid program ensures accessibility to a MHA education for 50 percent of our families annually. Named #2 Most Diverse School in Colorado by Niche this year was important to us. The academic diversity of our student body is part of our culture. Every family and every student are important to the mission of our school.

Please explore the information provided here and reach out to Brenda Rodie at [email protected] with any questions you may have about our tuition assistance program.

Is this program right for me?

Families want to know, “Will I qualify for aid?” Many are surprised by the answer and the number of families we are able to assist. Please refer to the table below as a general guide.

Number of MHA Students

Income Bracket








Very Likely





FACTS  Application

Learn more about FACTS and Financial Assistance.


The status of any family’s tuition is completely confidential and is never shared beyond the school’s administrative offices. This information is not shared with teachers or volunteers or any organizations outside of Mile High Academy.

Families who participate in the Financial Aid program are required to maintain confidentiality by not sharing information about overall tuition obligation with anybody, including friends and family members (other than those who may be helping with tuition).  Disclosure of this information by a family could result in the revocation of your Financial Aid package.