CA Scholarships: FES Scholarship School
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Center Academy Scholarship Options
Center Academy accepts the following scholarships. Our friendly staff is ready to walk you through the scholarship process, helping you decide which scholarship will benefit your family the most.
Family Empowerment Scholarship for Students with Unique Abilities
Center Academy is a Family Empowerment for Students with Unique Abilities school. This branch of the Family Empowerment Scholarship Program, formerly the Gardiner and McKay Scholarships, is designed to offer families of students with disabilities access to additional education options. With an ESA, parents receive a deposit of public funds into government-authorized savings accounts with restricted, but multiple, uses. An ESA can be used to fund private school tuition and fees. Families apply and annually renew for participation in an FES-UA school through one of the approved SFOs, which are responsible for determining eligibility, awarding and distributing funding to eligible student accounts, and approving eligible expenditures.
Family Empowerment Scholarship for Educational Options Schools
Center Academy accepts the Family Tax Credit (FTC) and Family Empowerment Scholarship for Educational Options (FES-EO). This branch of the scholarship eligibility is based on family income and provides the option for K-12 students to attend a participating private school. Families apply for the FES-EO Scholarship through one of the approved scholarship funding organizations (SFO), which are responsible for determining and distributing funding to private schools.
Hope Scholarship Schools
Center Academy accepts the Hope Scholarship. This scholarship is for students in grades kindergarten through 12 who are enrolled in a Florida public school and have been bullied, harassed, assaulted, or threatened. The Hope Scholarship enables students to transfer to another public school or enroll in an approved private school.
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