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Our Catholic schools serve diverse communities throughout Miami-Dade, Broward, and Monroe counties.

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We want to help every family afford a Catholic school education. Families have various ways of receiving financial support. In addition to the programs below, we encourage every family to discuss their financial needs with their local principal or pastor. A key part of our mission is to allow families of all backgrounds to have access to our schools.

Scholarships for Private Schools provide an average of $7,000 per year per child for K-12 private schools. Families can qualify based upon either their income level or the diagnosis of a defined special need.

The Florida Tax Credit Scholarship, Family Empowerment Scholarship and Family Empowerment Scholarship for Unique Abilities (formerly Gardiner and McKay): Provide families a choice of financial assistance toward private school tuition and fees. Siblings of participants in the Family Empowerment Scholarship based on a special need are also eligible, as are children placed in foster homes or whose parents are actively enrolled in the US armed services or law enforcement.

For more information, visit: Step Up for Students or AAA Scholarship Foundation

Voluntary Pre Kindergarten (VPK)

Students 4 years of age as of September 1st can attend the four-year-old preschool at the school of their choice through the VPK program. Schools must be formally recognized as VPK providers by the state and meet certain operational and academic standards.

For more information, see the VPK website: VPK | Florida Office of Early Learning

School Readiness

Offers financial assistance to low-income families for early education and child care. Can be used to pay for Catholic PreK programs and other services.

For more information, see the School Readiness Website: School Readiness | Florida Office of Early Learning
Questions? Contact Zoe Doble in the Office of Catholic Schools”