Tuition and Scholarships

Any plan other than paying the tuition IN FULL must be paid with an agreement through the FACTS Tuition Management Program.

Please note that this tuition rate is all-inclusive: tuition, books, and technology fees are all covered. As with the past few years, staffing will be equal to enrollment. Academics, sports, and arts programs have been increased, not eliminated. The pastoral staff, as well as the faculty and administration of St. Andrew Catholic School, recognize that our students are not responsible for the state of the economy and their education remains our priority.

Without fiscal stability, St. Andrew Catholic School cannot continue to provide students with a high-quality Catholic education. Fiscal stability is only possible with the cooperation of all families involved. The School Finance Committee of the School Board, in an effort to ensure that needed operational funds derived from tuition be both timely and sufficient, utilizes a policy concerning late or overdue payments. Anytime a problem arises with tuition not paid through FACTS, this committee is notified and action is taken accordingly.

Parents sign an agreement each year to follow these guidelines. This policy is intended to serve the needs of the entire community.

Financial Assistance

Excellence You Can Afford

The Step Up for Students Tuition Assistance Program is available for those who meet the family financial qualification guidelines. To apply, click on Step Up For Students Scholarship Application, or make an appointment to do the application here at school with Mr. Jean-Jacques.

For Parish Assistance: A FACTS Grant & Aid Application must be submitted before any tuition assistance other than Step Up for Students or McKay will be granted.

Other assistance may be available on a case-by-case basis depending on family income and ability to pay. For information regarding tuition, fees, financial assistance, grant information and/or payment plans, please contact Mrs. Equilla Bruce at 407-295-4230 ext. 1727.

We work with every family to make Catholic education possible for all through VPK, School Readiness (4C), Step Up for Students, AAA, McKay and other forms of financial assistance.

St. Andrew Catholic School proudly accepts the following scholarships and tuition assistance programs. Contact us for more information or to apply today!

Available Scholarships:

Florida VPK

The Voluntary Prekindergarten Education Program – or VPK – is a free prekindergarten program for 4 and 5-year-olds who reside in Florida. Participating children must be 4 year of age on or before September 1. Parents can enroll their child in the state’s free, voluntary prekindergarten (VPK) education program that year or wait until the following year when their child is 5.

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School Readiness (4C)

School Readiness is a statewide program that offers financial assistance to low-income families for early care and education so parents can become financially self-sufficient while their young ones succeed at school.

Today, the Florida Office of Early Learning controls the reimbursement of funds, and in partnership with both the Orange County Early Learning Coalition and Osceola County Early Learning Coalition, 4C provides this assistance to Central Florida families.

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Step Up for Students

Step Up For Students is a state-approved nonprofit scholarship funding organization that helps administer two scholarships for Florida schoolchildren: the Florida Tax Credit Scholarship Program (FTC) for low-income families and the Gardiner Scholarship (PLSA) for children with certain special needs.

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AAA Scholarship Foundation

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. Find out how you can contribute to change the future of someone in need through your tax credit donation.

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McKay Scholarship Program

The McKay Scholarships for Students with Disabilities Program, originally created in 1999, provides scholarships for eligible students with disabilities to attend an eligible public or private school of their choice.

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