We work with every family to make Catholic education possible for all, through Florida tax credit scholarships and other forms of assistance. Students who qualify for the free or reduced school lunch program may automatically qualify for scholarships to attend St. Patrick Catholic School.
Please see the various scholarship options below and visit the respective websites to apply.
Questions about tuition and the scholarship application process? Contact Kathy Trowbridge at ktrowbridge@stpatrickcatholic.
FACTS Grant and Aid Application / Tuition Payment Plan
FACTS Grant and Aid application or enrolling in a FACTS tuition payment plan allows you to select a payment option that best suits your financial needs.
AAA Scholarship Foundation (AAA)
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.
CTSO has provided students with the opportunity for an education centered in moral, academic and faith-filled values. To date, CTSO has awarded tuition scholarships to more than 30,000 students. All made possible through the generous contributions of the public and corporate community, the Private School Tuition Tax Credit and the Corporate Tuition Tax Credit.
Step Up for StudentsStep 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.
The Gardiner Scholarship ProgramThe Gardiner Scholarship Program provides eligible students a scholarship that can be used to purchase approved services or products in order to design a customized educational program for the student. Scholarships can be used for specialized services such as speech or occupational therapy, instructional materials, tuition at an eligible private school, contributions to a college prepaid account and more. The program is directly administered by state-approved nonprofit scholarship funding organizations.