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Financial Aid
Florida 21st Century Community Learning Centers
Students enrolled in the after school and summer camp program, ages 4-12 years old, may apply for the 21st CCLC grant financial aid. Students will be qualified according to the USDA Food Program prerequisite guidelines. Qualifying students will begin to receive benefits based on a first come, first served basis until all available slots are filled. All others will be placed on a waiting list and enrolled in the program as slots become available. Kingdom Academy reserves the right to request additional financial data, such as W-4 and/or Income Taxes Returns to confirm information provided on the USDA form. Students selected to participate will be able to attend the after school and summer camp programs free of charge. Applications must be submitted on a yearly basis.

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McKay Scholarships for Students with Disabilities Program
The McKay Scholarships for Students with Disabilities Program provides financial aid Florida students with special needs the opportunity to attend a participating private school during the school year. If you are a member of the United States Armed Forces who is transferred to Florida from out of state or from a foreign country due to a permanent change of station orders, and your child has a current IEP, your child may be eligible for the McKay Scholarship Program. A dependent child of an Armed Forces member does not have to meet the requirement that he or she attended and was reported for funding at a public school in Florida the year prior to entering the McKay Program.

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National Association of Child Care Referral and Resource Agency
NACCRRA is working with the U.S. Military Services to help those who serve in the military find and afford child care that suits their unique needs. Through the fee assistance program, families are eligible to receive a monthly subsidy to help offset the cost of child care in their communities.

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School Readiness
Miami-Dade County's Department of Human Services (DHS) provides child care financial assistance to parents with low-income.

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Step Up for Students Scholarships
It is an initiative of the Florida Tax Credit (FTC) Scholarship Program. The innovative program provides K-12 education scholarships for qualifying low-income students who are entering kindergarten through fifth grade OR who attended public school the previous year. The scholarships give low-income parents the opportunity to choose the K-12 school that best meets their children's needs. The scholarships cover up to $4,335 for private school tuition and books or up to $500 in transportation costs to an out-of-district public school.

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The Children's Trust Out of School Grant
The Kingdom Academy Inclusion Counts Out of School Program serves 75 slots during after school care and in the summer camp program, ages 5 to 12, residing primarily in South Miami and Kendall area. The program provides research-based interventions in the areas of academic and personal enrichment; including reading, math and science, nutrition, physical health, music, art, character education, dropout prevention, and service learning through project based experiences with an emphasis in financial literacy.

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The Gardiner Scholarship- PLSA
The 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.

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Voluntary Prekindergarten (VPK)
Voluntary Prekindergarten (VPK) began as a constitutional amendment passed by Florida voters in November 2002 and signed into law January 2, 2005. It is designed to prepare every four-year-old in Florida for kindergarten and build the foundation for their educational success. The VPK program is FREE for all four-year-olds born on or before September 1 each year who reside in Florida. The school-year program includes 540 hours of instructional time and begins in August. Inquire at the office about eligibility requirement and times offered.

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