Scholarships

FACTS

In order to receive financial aid for in house scholarships (including the Ken and Wyomme Franklin Scholarship Program) each family must complete a FACTS aid assistance account. FACTS helps FCA decide how to best allocate financial aid to families at our school. FACTS collect all the necessary information, perform an analysis, and communicate with FCA via a secure, Web-based interface. The FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment service  allows FCA to customize the allocation formula to fit the unique needs of our school and better serve the community.

To start your FACTS account that is necessary to receive aid from FCA, please click this link.

McKay and Step Up have their own verification process and do not require FACTS.

McKay Scholarships

Florida’s school choice programs ensure that no child will be left behind by allowing parents to choose the best educational setting—public or private—for their child. The McKay Scholarships for Students with Disabilities Program provided over 22,000 Florida students with special needs the opportunity to attend a participating private school. The McKay Scholarships Program also offers parents public school choice. A parent of an eligible special needs student may choose to transfer the student to another public school.

Step Up Scholarship

Step Up For Students provides K-12 scholarships for low-income school children. Does your family qualify for the free or reduced lunch  program? If so, you may qualify for this program too.  Students who qualify may receive more than $4,000 for private school tuition. Please visit Step Up For Students to learn more.

Ken and Wyomme Franklin Financial Assistance Award

The Ken and Wyomme Franklin Financial Assistance Award provides an opportunity for students in good standing academically and behaviorally desiring enrollment in F.C.A. This generous donation made by the Franklins supports their mission to provide young people in the community a chance to benefit from excellent academics in a spiritually nurturing environment. Students eligible for McKay or Step-Up are not eligible for the KWFFAA. Frequently, the number of qualified applicants exceeds the financial aid resources, therefore some families who apply and are qualified still may not receive aid. The typical financial aid reward covers 10%-50% of tuition costs. Application packets are available in the late spring.