Frequently Asked Questions
What is the cost per year?
A Latere Cost per student:
Application and Registration Fee: $100
Grammar School (Junior k - 5th): $2200
Logic Leaders (6th - 8th): $2800
Additional cost estimates per student:
School Uniforms: $50
Do you provide financial assistance?
At this time, A Latere does not offer financial aid. There is a scholarship, the James 1:27 Fund, for families of widows, those who adopted children, or families that serve in full-time ministry.
Is there a multi-child discount?
Because of our low tuition cost, there is not a multi-child discount. As a family you are only charged a single insurance fee and, in some instances, are able to share curriculum.
Is A Latere a non-profit organization?
Yes, A Latere is an IRS recognized 501c3 non-profit organization.
Is A Latere affiliated with Citylight Church and Cross the Line Church?
Although we share the doctrinal beliefs and meet at both Citylight Church in Omaha and Cross the Line Church in Lincoln, the school is not affiliated with either church.
What days of the week do you meet?
Omaha - Monday and Wednesday from 9 AM to 3 PM.
Middle school (6th - 8th) Monday, Wednesday and for a half day on Thursday.
Lincoln - Wednesday and Friday from 9 AM to 3 PM.
What grades are taught at A Latere?
We currently provide K - 8th.
Do you require uniforms?
Yes, a navy polo top and khaki shorts, pants or a skort are required. These items need to be logo free, but are not required to be from a specific retailer or uniform store.
What is the drop-off policy?
Students can be dropped off, without the need of a parent to leave a vehicle, beginning at 8:45 AM. A Latere Staff will assist and escort students from the drop off location to their classrooms.
Will you ever expand to include high school grades?
Although there are no formal plans or timelines, it is the dream and vision to expand and include 9th - 12th grade classes.
Do students that attend A Latere need to register for state home school exemption?
Yes. A Latere Academy is a partner organization providing assistance to families that choose to educate at home. For the state of Nebraska, families will need to indicate their desire to be the primary educator and file for state exemption. A Latere is available to assist families through the process of filing paper work.