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Ask us if you qualify? We offer through the State of Florida some scholarships: 

 

These are "Parental Choice" scholarships. If your child is not succeeding within the public schools, come to us.

 

Step Up For Students - Title One - low income grants- must qualify with www.stepupforstudents.org

 

McKay Scholarships - E.S.E. (Exceptional Student Education)

 

Slow Learing Education with an I.E.P.  (Individual Education Plan, High level and Gifted learning.

State requirements I.E.P. Must meet State of Florida requirements.

 

 

Florida Tax Credit 

504 Plan - If your child is designated with a 504 plan by the former School District in FL.

 

Veterans (Children of any active military personel) Inquire with the State of Florida.

 

501 (c) 3 - Not for profit - Corporate sponsors are welcome- Earn tax exemptions for making

donations to financially help students to earn a high school diploma.  Any monetary amount

GRANTS are accepted.

 

Foster Care  - Any student in Foster homes may apply with the State.

 

Step Up For Students provides K-12 scholarships for low-income school children.   Does your family qualify for the free or reduced lunch program? If so, you may qualify for this program too. Students who qualify may receive more than $4,000 for private school tuition.

 

McKay Scholarship Programs are available for any student who has an I. E. P. or is E.S.E.     This is gifted and slow learning.  We can find out if you qualify through the state.

 

Inquire about all other programs.

Call Academic High School today: 561-929-0333. 

Email us any time at:  AcademicHS@aol.com 

If you qualify, scholarships help with your financial responsibility.