A variety of scholarships are available in Florida to assist with tuition. Your child may already receive funding, or you may be looking for funding to enroll in our school. If Oakstone Academy is the perfect place for your child’s personal, social and academic growth, our admin team is happy to meet with you to discuss options.
Contact our admin team to discuss a plan for your child’s tuition.
Oakstone Academy Palm Beach
345 S Military Trail
West Palm Beach, FL 33415
Beginning with the 2018-2019 school year, a student enrolled in a Florida public school in kindergarten through grade 12 who has been subjected to an incident of battery; harassment; hazing; bullying; kidnapping; physical attack; robbery; sexual offenses, harassment, assault, or battery; threat or intimidation; or fighting at school, has the opportunity to enroll in an approved private school under the Hope Scholarship. Currently, Step Up for Students is the only Scholarship Funding Organization administering this scholarship program.
The Family Empowerment Scholarship (FES) Program was created in 2019 for low-income and working class families, and it is the first of its kind to extend support to middle-income families. The FES Program puts parents and families in the driver’s seat to determine the best educational environment for their children.
The Scholarship Funding Organizations (SFO) listed below are approved to administer the Family Empowerment Scholarship. Contact the SFO for instructions and deadlines for applying for a scholarship.
To expand educational opportunities for children of families that have limited financial resources and to enable children in Florida to achieve greater levels of excellence in their education, the Florida Legislature created the Florida Tax Credit Scholarship in 2001. The law provides for state tax credits for contributions to nonprofit scholarship funding organizations (SFOs). The SFOs then award scholarships to eligible children of low-income families.
The Gardiner Scholarship Program provides eligible students a scholarship that can be used for specialized services including tuition at an eligible private school. The program is directly administered by state-approved nonprofit scholarship funding organizations. This scholarship is for Florida students 3 years old through 12th grade or age 22, whichever comes first, with one of the following disabilities: Autism spectrum disorder, Muscular dystrophy, Cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, Phelan McDermid syndrome, Prader-Willi syndrome, Spina bifida, Williams syndrome, Intellectual disability (severe cognitive impairment), rare diseases as defined by the National Organization for Rare Disorders, anaphylaxis, deaf, visually impaired, dual sensory impaired, traumatic brain injured, hospital or homebound as defined by the rules of the State Board of Education and evidenced by reports from local school districts, or three, four or five year-olds who are deemed high-risk due to developmental delays.
The Scholarship Funding Organizations listed below are approved to administer the Gardiner Scholarship Program. Contact the SFO for instructions and deadlines for applying for a scholarship.
The McKay Scholarship Program allows parents to choose the best educational setting for their child. Originally created in 1999, the McKay Scholarship Program provides scholarships for eligible students with disabilities to attend a school of their choice.