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2020-2021 Costs

 
Early Childhood 3
child must be 3 years of age by September 1, 2020
Monday through Friday, 8 AM until 3 PM
 
$225 Total Registration ($225)
Please call the school (813-224-0865) for additional tuition information.
 
Early Childhood 4/VPK
child must be 4 years of age by September 1, 2020
VPK pays for schooling Monday through Thursday, 8 AM until Noon
children are encouraged to be registered Monday through Friday, 8 AM until 3 PM
for an additional tuition cost
 
$225 Total Enrollment and Registration ($225)
Please call the school (813-224-0865) for additional tuition information.
 
Kindergarten through Grade 8
kindergarten students must be 5 years of age by September 1, 2020
Monday through Friday, 8 AM until 3 PM
 
$225 Total Registration
$20 school required headphones
2020-2021 Tuition Costs
$7400 tuition
$175 tech fee
 
(headphones required for all new students and returning students who need a new set)
 
Graduation Fees
Kindergarten-$30
Grade 8-$100
 
all families are responsible for the non-refundable registration fee and headphones (if needed)
all non-refundable registration fees are due by July 1, 2019
 
there is a multi-child discount-only applied to the registration fee for families
with two or more children attending the school
 
most students in K-8 will apply for and receive either a Step-Up or AAA scholarship; those students in K-8 without a Step-Up or AAA scholarship are responsible for the cost of tuition
 
SPC runs an after school program
contact the school for further information (813-224-0865)
 
 
 
 
 
 
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    • The due date may change. Please visit the scholarship website for the most updated information.
       
      AAA Scholarship Foundation is dedicated to being the preeminent Tax Credit Scholarship administrators in the nation. Our dynamic team has the combined experience unequaled in any other Tax Credit Scholarship organization. Our extensive history of creating the highest level of accountability benchmarks has led to programs that take the corporate community’s requirement for efficiency and accountability seriously while we are still be able to provide our donors with ease of participating.
       
       
    • Before You Apply

      In order to prove their eligibility, households must complete AAA Scholarship Foundation’s application and provide supporting documentation by the stated deadline. The households must meet both the state and AAA’s requirements.

      After You Apply

      The initial processing of applications is generally completed in 10-12 weeks after submission. AAA Scholarship Foundation will email you if there is any additional documentation or information needed to make a determination. Please check the status of your application and your email box regularly. If your status is “On Hold,” we have sent you an email. Please respond to it by the deadline stated in the email.

      Once a Determination is Made

      Once ALL required documentation has been received, the application fee (if applicable) has been paid, and processing is complete, you will be notified by first-class mail of our determination in 4-6 weeks.

      Households that are determined eligible AND have received funding for the upcoming year will receive:

      • Scholarship Award Letter delivered by mai
      • A School Commitment Form (SCF) for income-based scholarships in the mail directly from AAA.
      • A copy of all payment forms and instructions, for the Florida Gardiner Scholarship only, in the mail directly from AAA.

      Those that are determined ineligible will receive a denial letter in the mail directly from AAA.

      If eligible, you must confirm your acceptance of the scholarship

       

       

       

       

    • Additional information can be found at 

      AAA Scholarship Foundation

  • Category: AAA Scholarship Foundation
  • Due Date: 6/1/2021
  • Amount: income based
    • The due date may change. Please visit the scholarship website for the most updated information.

      Information About School Readiness
       
      The ELCHC and all of its partners work toward making certain that every child in Hillsborough County has access to the supports and resources they need to be ready to enter school and succeed.
       
      The ELCHC does this by supporting organizations, programs, and initiatives that support and enhance a child’s:
      • Physical well-being and motor development
      • Social and emotional development
      • Approaches to learning
      • Cognition and general knowledge

       

       
    • School Readiness Financial Assistance

      The ELCHC’s School Readiness Program can help working parents with the cost of child care (frequently called a child care subsidy). These services include extended-day, extended-year, and school age care for children to support parents in becoming financially self-sufficient. A family’s gross income (income before taxes, insurance, and any other deductions are subtracted) is used to determine eligibility. Both earned income (for example, wages) and unearned income (for example, child support, Social Security payments, Unemployment Insurance) are counted.

      Depending on the family income, the family will pay a fee for each child for whom you receive financial assistance. The co-payment is based on family income and family size. Parents are expected to make their co-payment directly to the child care provider.

      All families eligible for School Readiness financial assistance may select the provider of their choice. However, ELCHC will only pay for child care if the child care provider has been approved by the Coalition. 

       

    • St. Peter Claver Catholic School is licensed for School Readiness for children aged 3 to 12 years old.

      Click on School Readiness to apply

  • Category: Florida Office of Early Learning
  • Due Date: 8/1/2021
  • Amount: income based
    • The due date is subject to change. Please visit the scholarship website for the most updated information

      With the April 26, 2021 passage of new legislation related to our scholarships, we anticipate the income level for the 2021-22 school year will rise to a household income eligibility criteria of nearly $100,000 for a family of 4. 

      If signed into law, these changes will go into effect on July 1, 2021.

      If you think you may qualify under the new guidelines, we recommend applying today.

      Age Eligibility:

      Students entering kindergarten must be 5 on or before Sept. 1.

      Students entering first grade must be 6 on or before Sept. 1.

      In order to assure timely processing for a full scholarship, Step Up needs to receive the application and all required documents by June 1, 2021. Step Up will continue to accept applications after June 1, but cannot assure those received after that date will be processed in time to receive a full award.

      Applications are processed in the order they are received (including all supporting documentation).

      While the eligibility criteria between the programs vary, the application is the same for both.

      Eligible children from higher-income households are typically eligible for the Family Empowerment Scholarship, and lower-income children are typically eligible for the Florida Tax Credit Scholarship.

      For the Florida Tax Credit Scholarship, renewal students have first priority.

      Step Up For Students is required by Florida law to give priority to lower-income families, meaning eligible higher-income families will be placed on a waitlist until available funding is determined.

      Scholarships can be transferred to other eligible schools if the student moves within the state, or simply wants to attend a different participating private school.

      Scholarship payments for private school tuition and fees are sent directly to the school in which the enrolled child is attending and are never sent directly to any individuals.

    • Step Up For Students empowers families to pursue and engage in the most appropriate learning options for their children, with an emphasis on families who lack the information and financial resources to access these options. By pursuing this mission, we help public education fulfill the promise of equal opportunity.

      Step Up For Students is a state-approved nonprofit scholarship funding organization that helps administer five scholarships for Florida schoolchildren: the Florida Tax Credit Scholarship Program (FTC) and the Family Empowerment Scholarship (FES) for lower-income families, the Gardiner Scholarship for children with certain special needs, the Hope Scholarship for public school students who are bullied or victims of violence and the Reading Scholarship Accounts for public school students in third through fifth grade who struggle with reading.

    • The Step Up Scholarship application is now open to the general public. Go to the link below to apply.

      Step Up For Students Application

       

       

       

  • Category: Florida Tax Credit Scholarship
  • Due Date: 6/1/2021
  • Amount: varies based on grade level, county of residence
    • You may apply at any time.

      The Voluntary Prekindergarten Program (VPK) is designed to prepare Florida’s children for kindergarten and develop the skills they need to become good readers and successful students. VPK includes quality standards for literacy skills, strict accountability, appropriate curricula, substantial instruction periods, manageable class sizes and qualified instructors.

      Parents have the option of enrolling children in a school-year program that consists of 540 instructional hours, OR a summer program, consisting of 300 instructional hours.  Children may participate in the VPK program only once.
      Registration requires families to supply proof of their Florida residency and proof of the enrolling child’s age.

    • St. Peter Claver School students enrolled in the VPK program must also be enrolled in the SPC EC 4 after VPK program. There is an additional fee for this. Children will attend classes for a full day, with additional educational experiences that will prepare your child for kindergarten.

      Click on the link VPK Program to be directed to the website.

  • Category: Florida Office of Early Learning
  • Due Date: 8/1/2021
  • Amount: varies based on attendance