Proud Provider of the Following Scholarships 

*Please be mindful of deadlines which vary on each Scholarship Application and could result in a pro-rated award amount or ineligibility. 

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John C. McKay

The McKay Scholarship allows parents to choose the best educational setting public or private for their child. The McKay Scholarship Program for Students with Disabilities. 

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Hope

The Hope Scholarship allows parents of children in the public school to find a new learning environment for their child who is being bullied or a victim of violence.

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United Healthcare Children's Foundation

 

Child must be 16 years of age or younger at the time of application.
 Child must have a Social Security Number issued by the Social Security Administration. TIN numbers are not accepted.
 Family must not exceed maximum eligible family income as documented on IRS Tax Form 1040.

  • $50,000 or less for a family of 2

  • $75,000 or less for a family of 3

  • $100,000 or less for a family of 4

  • $125,000 or less for a family of 5 or more

 Primary coverage for the child must be by a commercial health plan, either through an employer or individually purchased. Secondary insurance through Medicaid or CHIP is permissible.
 Child is under the care of a licensed medical professional and family is applying for treatments/equipment/services prescribed by a Medical Doctor (M.D.), Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) or Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) for hearing conditions.

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Gardiner

The Gardiner Scholarship allows parents to personalize the education of their pre-K-12 children with certain special needs by directing money toward a combination of approved programs an providers

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Reading

The Reading Scholarship Accounts allow parents with children in public school to access services for their children in grades three through five who are having trouble reading

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Florida Tax Credit/ Florida Empowerment

The Florida Tax Credit Scholarship is based on financial need. Families may choose between financial assistance toward private school, or transportation costs to attend a public school in another county. 

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Small Steps in Speech

To better serve children with speech and language disorders, Small Steps in Speech will accept applications on behalf of children between 3 and 22 years of age.