Multiple Financial Assistance Options Are Available:
SUFS — Step up for students is a state-regulated, income eligible scholarship for qualifying K-12 students. All information can be found on their web site and all financial information is reviewed by a third party service for SUFS. After completing the application and submitting the documentation, the family will be notified of the scholarship amount. There is a charge for each family application submitted. Click here to get to the SUFS website.
Florida's School Choice McKay Scholarship — McKay is a state-sponsored scholarship for qualifying K-12 students who have an IEP (individual education plan) on file from a Florida public school. Resident and attendance requirements apply to this scholarship. Additional information can be found on the Florida School Choice website. After completing the application and submitting the documentation, the family will be notified of the scholarship amount. Click here for the FSC website.
AAA Scholarship- The AAA Scholarship Foundation team has invested more than 15 years devoted to passionately advocating for the under-served, under-represented and academically disadvantaged members of our communities. Financial need based scholarships available here.
Gardiner Scholarship- The Gardiner Scholarship Program formerly known as Personal Learning Scholarship Account or (PLSA) was established in 2014 to provide parents the option to better meet the individual needs of their eligible children. Parents of eligible Florida children may use the accounts to purchase approved educational-related goods or services, as well as provide for prepaid college plans. Click here to apply
PCA Financial Aid Application — The committee reviews requests for assistance and recommends appropriate scholarship amounts based on financial need. This is available for preschool, elementary, and middle school families. However, preschool families must have at least inquired with Family Central first. Elementary and Middle School families can download the application here and submit with your student and family application.
The process for obtaining financial assistance is three fold.
Request: Make known your need to Mary Hudson, the school financial coordinato,r and receive the necessary information to apply through the most appropriate avenue for your circumstances.
Documentation: Provide all required documentation to the agency or venue selected. Attend any face to face meetings requested.
Follow-up: Participate in a conversation with the financial coordinator regarding the recommendations coming from the PCA Scholarship Committee and any resulting award. SUFS, FSC, and Family Central will contact applicants directly with their determination of funding qualification.
Once financial assistance has been awarded, a payment plan for any balance of tuition to be paid by the family will be worked out with the Financial Coordinator.