International Student Program

Issuing I-20 to International Students

Providence has begun a relationship with our global community by accepting international students. As these students arrive in the United States, they are introduced to the Providence community during the month of August in a summer orientation. We have had the privilege of including students from South Korea, China, Vietnam, Nigeria, Sweden, Australia, and the Dominican Republic to the Providence family. We have a limited number of international students that we can accept.

The program is facilitated by Mrs. Michelle Gillis of E&M Consulting at or 404.536.1831.
The online international student application is available here.

International Student Tuition and Fees

The cost for enrolling a student at Providence Christian Academy involves both fees and tuition.

The following fees are payable for each student in full and are non-refundable

  • New International Applicant Fee: $300 per student (students are considered "international" if they are in the United States with an I-20.) Application Fee MUST be paid online. We accept VISA, MC, Discover, and American Express credit and debit cards. (Note: not all cards issued outside the U.S can be accepted. Please check with your card issuer to confirm that it is authorized for and compatible with U.S. transactions.)

  • International Registration: Grades 3-12: $3,900 per student. All Tuition and Book/Activity Fees must be sent in one payment to the Providence International Student Coordinator, Michelle Gillis at E & M Consulting. E & M, as our consultant, will pay the billed amount to the school.


Grades 1-4:  $10,390
Grades 5-7:  $12,990
Grade 8:  $16,620
Grades 9-12:  $18,000
New International Student Orientation per student:  $1,000
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) (optional) per year:  $360

Fees In Addition To Tuition (E&M Consulting)
Living Expenses (Required) per student:  $12,000
English as a Second Language (ESOL) per semester:  $3,000


Annual: One Full payment due on or before June 1, 2019.