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When do I need to make payments
  Tuition payments

Full Tuition and partial scholarships.
Depending on the Student type of Scholarship (McKay or Step Up) and the matrix, the monthly payment may vary.
All payments must be received during the first week of the month. If no payment is received, by the 5th day of the month a penalty of 5 dollars weekly will be charged to the studen'ts account.

If parents are not capable of making a monthly payment or full payment, it must be notified in written to the office so the school board will make a special billing arrangement. If no notification is received from parents, and billing attempts has being issued, students will not be allowed to received their transcripts, diplomas nor promotions.

All school dues must need to be paid by the end of the first week of June.
When do I need to register?
You should register before the new school year starts.
The school has a year round enrollment but its always better to know how many students we have for each classroom prior to the new school year starts.

For re-enrollments

You will get 2 chances to re-enroll with a special school discount. Those who re-enroll prior to April 30th each new school year ,will get a $100.00 discount from their registration fee.
Those who re-enroll prior to May 30th will get a $50.00 discount from their registration fee.
What is Family Empowerment Scholarship, and how does it helps me?

Family Empowerment Scholarship (formerly Gardiner)

Children learning in a school environment.

Florida's school choice programs ensure that no child will be left behind by allowing parents to choose the best educational setting—public or private—for their child. The Family Empowerment Scholarship (Formerly Gardiner/McKay) provided over 26,000 Florida students with special needs the opportunity to attend a participating private school during the regular school year. The Family Empowerment Scholarship also offers parents public school choice. A parent of an eligible special needs student may choose to transfer the student to another public school.

"The school-choice issue is not about public versus private; it's about choice. It's about knowing what works well for my family and being able to make that choice for them."
— Parent of a McKay Scholarships Student