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Those seeking assistance from the Scholar’s Fund must complete registration through the grant assessment program, FACTS.

FACTS is used by private school across the country to privately assess student tuition assistance need. They are meticulous and they will protect your information.  Our Scholar’s Fund committee works diligently to ensure that every child who wishes to get a Christ-centered education at Springs Adventist Academy can do so. We pledge to make every effort to include you and your family in our school program. Please do your part by registering with FACTS. This allows us to make more equitable decisions with the limited funds that we have. Your $35 completion fee with be returned to you through discounted registration. To register for FACTS and use the zip code 80915 to search for the institution.


Partnering for Eternity

Springs Adventist Academy is a proud participant in many community service outreach projects, including a program called Partnering for Eternity. PFE is a scholarship grant program that pairs elementary-age students with seniors in a safe environment to form an everlasting bond, benefiting both parties in many ways. Students learn the importance of leading out, planning ahead, and spending time to help others. They also earn up to a $100 scholarship each month toward their tuition as an added blessing. Seniors feel needed as they use their skills and experiences to teach and impart wisdom to students. Their relationships with the students help to buoy their spirits and reduce the loneliness that many experience.  The Partnering for Eternity grant program is provided by generous donations through Southern Adventist University. 


Call our office at 719-597-0155 to get started.

ACE Scholarships

ACE Scholarships was founded in 2000 by Alex Cranberg, Charlie Gallagher, Ralph Nagel, John Saeman and the late Ed McVaney and John Walton to provide low-income parents with the freedom to choose the K-12 schools that are best for their children.

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Jacob Coates Scholarship Fund

Jacob Coates was a student at SAA from Kindergarten through the fifth grade. He was involved in a traffic accident and passed away June 22, 2019, at the age of 11.  His family has established this scholarship fund in his memory. This fund is to assist students and their families who have a strong desire to attend SAA and are willing to spend at least 8 hours a month volunteering at the school. Contact the school office if you are interested in applying. The application deadline is July 15. If you would like to donate to this fund  

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