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Beth Emet Early Childhood Center accepts the following Scholarship and State Funding Programs: 

 

Family Empowerment Unique Abilities Scholarship (FES-UA, former known as "Gardiner")

The FES-UA Scholarship is available through "Step Up for Students" to Preschool students ages 3 and up, who have a specific diagnosis.  The funds may be used toward tuition and fees for a private school, homeschooling options, therapies, tutoring and more.  The average award for this scholarship is $10,000.

Open Enrollment for the FES-UA Scholarship for the 2024-2025 School Year is now available.

For more information, or to see if your child qualifies, head to: 

https://teachcoalition.org/fl-scholarship/   OR

https://www.stepupforstudents.org/scholarships/unique-abilities/

*Please note...use of the FES-UA Scholarship cannot be used in conjunction with the VPK or SR programs.

 

Florida's Voluntary Prekindergarten Education Program (VPK)

VPK is a free program to prepare 4-year-olds for success in kindergarten and beyond.  It helps prepare children to be strong readers and successful students by focusing on literacy skills-building, accountability, learning materials, manageable class sizes, and qualified instructor' expectations. 

When you complete the VPK registration process, you will receive a Certificate of Eligibility (voucher) to be signed/dated and handed in to our school, prior to your child attending our program.  With the voucher, your child is eligible to receive *approximately $3,000 from the state to cover 540 hours of your child's time spent in our Early Childhood Center.  Once we have the voucher, we will deduct these monies from your tuition.  

(*This number is reviewed and determined by the state each summer and is subject to change.)

For more information, or to apply for VPK, head to:

https://www.fldoe.org/schools/early-learning/parents/vpk-parents.stml

 

 

Florida's School Readiness Program (SR)

Florida's School Readiness Program (SR) offers financial assistance to eligible low-income families for early education and care so they can become financially self-sufficient and their young children can be successful in school for the future.

For more information, or to see if your child qualifies, head to:

https://www.fldoe.org/schools/early-learning/parents/school-readiness.stml

 

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