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Financial Assistance Program

Income-based Scholarships

To assist families with the cost of a Father Lopez education, income-based scholarships are available. To be considered for an income-based scholarship, families must first complete a FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment online at

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We are committed to working with you to clarify the financial aid process and explain financing options. For more information about Grant & Aid Assessment please click here:

Additional Financial Aid Resources

Available to all Applicants

A family may not accept a scholarship from more than one of these Tax Credit Scholarship programs for the same time period.


AAA Scholarship

AAA Scholarship Foundation (AAA)

This program is a private, non-profit organization that is privately funded and provides assistance for private school tuition for eligible students.



Step Up for Students

Step up for Students

The Florida Legislature created the Florida Tax Credit Scholarship to assure that low-income children have learning options. Step Up for Students scholarships are awarded on a first-come, first served basis and are centered on the family’s financial need.
  • Scholarship website:
  • Scholarship hotline:  (877) 735-7837
  • Renewal families may now apply for the 2020-2021 school year.
  • New families will be able to apply in Spring 2020.




Gardiner Special Needs Scholarship (through Step Up for Students)

This program was created to help parents individualize the educational plans for their children with special needs. For more information and/or apply online click HERE.




Family Empowerment Scholarship (through Step Up for Students)

The Family Empowerment Scholarship (FES) is Florida's first voucher program for low and middle income students.  For more information and to apply online click HERE.

McKay Scholarship

McKay Scholarship 

The McKay Scholarship was designed to allow parents of students with specific learning needs to choose the best educational setting for their child. Students who have an Individual Education Plan (IEP) or a 504 Accommodation Plan (for more than 6 months) may be eligible.