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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
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)
    • The due date may change. Please visit the scholarship website for the most updated information.
      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. 
      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.
      Our donors are companies and individuals who care about their community and desire the opportunity to partner with AAA Scholarship Foundation, low-income families and families with disabled students in an effort to create a brighter future for all of our children.
      Step 1) Apply with us.
      In order to prove their eligibility, households must complete AAA’s application and provide supporting documentation by the stated deadline. The households must meet both the state and AAA’s requirements (see state charts on the applications). Each household member is required to provide proof of income. AAA does not rely on a household’s enrollment in a state food assistance or TANF program as proof of eligibility, a process sometimes referred to as “direct certification,” since those programs audit less than 3 percent of their recipient households.
      In Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Nevada and Pennsylvania, the household must reapply annually by the stated deadline. In Arizona scholarships may be automatically renewed for multiple years without reapplying.
      Step 2) We notify you of your eligibility determination.
      Processing of applications is typically completed within eight to ten weeks once ALL required documentation has been received. Parents can check the status of their application by clicking on the “Check the Status of your Application” link. Once applications are in the “Completed” status, a determination letter will be mailed to the address on file within two weeks.
      Households that are determined eligible AND have received funding for the upcoming school year will receive 1) a Scholarship Award Letter and 2) a School Commitment Form (SCF) in the mail directly from AAA. Those that are determined ineligible will receive a denial letter in the mail directly from AAA.
      Step 3) If eligible, you tell us that you accept the scholarship.
      The use of a scholarship cannot be postponed. The household must find an eligible private school for their student(s) as soon as they receive a scholarship award letter and SCF. Failure to meet the deadline stated on the SCF will result in the forfeiture of the awarded scholarship. Families should make a copy of the blank SCF before taking it to an eligible private school in case they decide to transfer to a different eligible private school later in the year. By completing the school enrollment form, both the parents and the schools agree to abide by the terms of the AAA Parent/School Handbooks.
      Schools should not accept any students without an SCF unless the household:
      1) is willing to self-pay their tuition and fees until they are awarded a scholarship and
      2) will self-pay if they are not. If a household receives a SCF in error or their eligibility is revoked, the private school that has enrolled the student will be notified as soon as possible. By accepting the scholarship student(s) and scholarship payment(s) the private school agrees to repay any incorrectly made or overpayment of funds on behalf of the student(s), regardless of the reason. Households that document eligibility but are placed on a waitlist do not have a scholarship unless they receive a Scholarship Award Letter and SCF at a later date.
      Step 4) Scholarship payments are disbursed during the year.
      Four times during the school year, AAA sends the school a verification form to ascertain whether the student remains enrolled and is current on any funds personally owed to the school. If the verification report is returned to us by the deadline, AAA then disburses one quarter of the scholarship award in the form of a check, made payable to the parent/guardian but for deposit only by the school. The parent/guardian must restrictively endorse the check over to the school before it can be deposited.
      The maximum value of an awarded scholarship is determined by each state. In an effort to ensure that the neediest families receive the most help, income-based scholarships are based on the following sliding scale for Florida:
      100% scholarship for families with incomes below 200 percent of poverty
      88% scholarship for families with incomes of between 200 and 214.9 percent of poverty
      74% scholarship for families with incomes of between 215 and 229.9 percent of poverty
      60%  scholarship for families with incomes of between 230 and 244.9 percent of poverty
      50% scholarship for families with incomes of between 245 and 250 percent of poverty
    • Please contact us at 888-707-2465 if you have any questions or would like more information.

      Additional information can be found at

  • Category: AAA Scholarship Foundation
  • Due Date: 6/1/2020
  • Amount: income based
    • School Readiness Program

      The due date may change. Please visit the scholarship website for the most updated information.

      Families with low incomes in Florida who are trying to work or get training to work may be eligible for school readiness help.The School Readiness Program offers financial assistance to low-income families for early child education and care so families can become financially self-sufficient and their young children can be successful in school in the future. 

      Services vary based on individual need and range from extended day to extended year and school age care in some instances.

      The program takes into account a child’s physical, social, emotional and intellectual development; involves parents as their child's first teacher; prepares children to be ready for school; and gives parents information about child development and other topics of interest. 

      School readiness programs provide developmental screenings for children and referrals to health and educational specialists, and work in cooperation with other programs for young children such as Head Start, Early Head Start and the VPK program. 

    • Benefits
      •  Prepares young children to start kindergarten ready to learn.
      •  Helps working families afford quality early learning services.
      •  Keeps parents in the workforce and/or participating in educational activities.
      •  Helps families become financially independent.
      •  Recognizes parents as their child's first teacher.
      •  Provides parents information about child development and family well‐being.


      A family with two young children earning $19,891 a year will spend about 50 percent of their income on child care without school readiness help. With help,
      the family would only spend about seven percent on child care. School
      readiness funds are intended to help income‐eligible families with children at risk of future school failure and may include

      • Recipients of temporary cash assistance who meet federal work requirements.
      • Families with children at risk of abuse, neglect or abandonment.
      • Parents who are verified to be homeless.
      • Parents who are victims of domestic violence.
      • Working families with low incomes.
      • Teenage parents.
      • Low‐income migrant families and farm workers.
      • Families of children with disabilities and special healthcare needs.


      The School Readiness Program has three primary eligibility requirements:

      • Parent(s)/guardian(s) must be working or participating in an educational activity such as attending college or trade school at least 20 hours per week.
      • Gross income must be at or below 150 percent of the federal poverty level for family size.
      • Families must pay a copayment for child care based on income and family size.


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

      To apply for School Readiness, click on the link below

  • Category: Florida Office of Early Learning
  • Due Date: 8/12/2019
  • Amount: income based
    • The due date may change. Please visit the scholarship website for the most updated information.

      Please note: Applications are processed in the order they are received, including all supporting documentation. Scholarships are awarded with a priority given to renewal families followed by new families with the greatest financial need.

      Students who qualify will receive financial assistance toward either private school tuition and fees or transportation to a public school in another county/district.

      Eligibility/Priority Criteria:

      • 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.
      • Income Eligibility:
        • If a member of the household receives SNAP (food stamps), TANF, or FDPIR, the student may qualify.
        • If the household income qualifies for free or reduce-priced lunch, the student may qualify.
        • If the household income is at/or below the income criteria found in the chart below titled “Eligibility Chart”, the student may qualify.

      Scholarships are awarded with priority given to renewal families followed by new families with the greatest financial need. If the household income is more than the income criteria on the chart below titled ‘Priority’, the student, while eligible, will be placed on a waiting list until all renewal families and new families whose income is below the amounts on the ‘Priority’ chart have received funding. If, at that time, funds are still available, students on the waiting list will be awarded in the order their applications were received, including all supporting documentation.

    • Step Up for Students is Florida's tuition assistance program for eligible below income families. A student is eligible for a scholarship under this program if the student qualifies for a free or reduced-price lunch under the National School Lunch Act and meets certain other State of Florida requirements.

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


  • Category: Florida Tax Credit Scholarship
  • Due Date: 6/1/2020
  • Amount: varies based on grade level, county of residence
    • You may apply at any time.

      Florida was one of the first states in the country to offer free prekindergarten for all 4-year-olds regardless of family income. The Voluntary Prekindergarten Education Program -- or VPK -- prepares early learners for success in kindergarten and beyond. VPK helps build a strong foundation for school using educational material corresponding to various stages in a child's development.

      To be eligible, children must live in Florida and be 4 years old on or before Sept. 1 of the current school year. Effective July 1, 2016, a new law lets parents whose children are born between Feb. 2 and Sept. 1 of the calendar year postpone enrolling their 4-year-old until the following year when their child is 5. Parents can choose from different educational settings and various program options. Private child care centers, public schools and specialized instructional services providers offer VPK.

      Children who attend high-quality preschool do better when they enter kindergarten, which can make a make a big difference later. An affiliate of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce reported in 2010 that "for every dollar invested today, savings range from $2.50 to as much as $17 in the years ahead." Research from Nobel laureate and economist James J. Heckman, of the University of Chicago, points to a seven- to ten-percent annual return on investment in high-quality preschool.  

      Interesting Facts                                                                                                                                                          
      • Nearly 80 percent of Florida's 4-year-olds attend VPK.                                                                                                                                                                                 
      • Florida is national leader in prekindergarten access.
      • In 2013, 82 percent of children who finished VPK were ready for kindergarten. Only 53 percent of children who didn't attend VPK were kindergarten ready. 
    • 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.


      You will find information here about Florida’s early learning programs. You can apply for Voluntary Prekindergarten Education services online by going to the link below.

  • Category: Florida Office of Early Learning
  • Due Date: 8/12/2019
  • Amount: varies based on attendance