The following scholarships are available. Please take a moment to review the criteria to see if you are eligible.
Step Up For Students
An income based scholarship that provides scholarships for qualifying families with students in grades K-12. The scholarship currently covers a maximum of $6,343 toward private school tuition for a K-5th grade student and $6,631 for a 6th-8th grade student. Income eligibility guidelines and other information can be found at www.stepupforstudents.org or call 1-877-735-7837.
McKay Scholarship Program
Florida’s school choice program provides the opportunity for students in grades K-12 with an IEP (Individual Education Plan) the opportunity to attend a participating private school. Application must be made prior to withdrawal from a public school. The amount of the scholarship is based on the student’s IEP. Information can be found at www.floridaschoolchoice.org.
Mary C. Forbes Foundation
This scholarship is financial need based and available to active and participating members of their Catholic parish. Applications are available in the spring for the following school year. Please contact the school business office for additional information.
Catholic Schools Tuition Assistance Grant is a financial need based scholarship available to active and participating Catholic families. The application period is open from December through March for the following school year and applications can be made through FACTS Grant and Aid. Please contact the school business office for additional information.
St. Cecelia Tuition Assistance Fund
Each year funds are set aside in the operating budget to help families experiencing temporary financial hardships keep their child(ren) in Catholic school. Applications are made through FACTS Grant and Aid beginning in February of each school year for the following school year. Please contact the school business office for more information.
St. Cecelia Interparochial Catholic School (SCS) offers an academically challenging and globally minded interdisciplinary education to children in PreK-3 through 8th grade.