TUITION & FEES
*Applications for Admission are currently being accepted for the
2022/23 school year, however, limited spots remain
Tuition for the 2022-23 school year is $26,800
Included in tuition: Textbooks and student planner, comprehensive ongoing academic evaluations & assessments, group social skills classes, all project-based learning materials, and individualized support program from our BCBA, as needed.
Enrollment Fee: $500
Due following submission of enrollment packet. This is a non-refundable administrative and supply fee, not applied toward tuition. Payment of this fee secures your child's spot.
Options Available Throughout the Year:
Individual Speech and OT
Fees will vary (based on scope and frequency of services)
Afterschool Special Interest Clubs
$120 per club, per quarter
There are 3 clubs offered each quarter. Students must enroll in their club(s) of interest at the beginning of each quarter, there is not a 'drop-in' participation option for Clubs.
Empowerment Scholarship Accounts (ESA)
Arizona’s Empowerment Scholarship Account program allows parents to withdraw their children from public district or charter schools, and receive a portion of their public funding to help pay for private school tuition, allowing them to freely choose how and where to educate their qualified children.
Arizona tax credit scholarship from School Tuition Organizations (STO)
The AZ educational Tax Credit allows you to redirect your state income tax into tuition scholarships for students in grades K-12 attending private schools. Arizona taxpayers simply make a contribution to a School Tuition Organization in the name of a specific student or to a private school, such as The United School. USfA is currently registered with the STO: Arizona Private Education Scholarship Fund (APESF)
USfA is committed to actively soliciting private and corporate donations for individual student scholarships to our school. Private Scholarship funds are subject to availability and will vary based on availability and number of students applying for private scholarship funds.
The United School for Autism admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin.