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Get up to $7,000 a year per child for K-12 private schools in Miami
Step Up for Students offers scholarships to help you pay for private schools. Use our search tool to find a school or apply now for a private school scholarship.
Tuition assistance is available for private schools in Miami
Do you need help paying for a Miami high school, elementary school, kindergarten, or junior high school? Your family may be eligible for tuition assistance to help pay for a private school located in Miami. We can help you find the scholarship right for your family.
Step Up For Students offers several scholarships for private schools. The Florida Tax Credit Scholarship can help pay private school tuition and fees. For students attending public schools other than their assigned school, the Florida Tax Credit scholarship can also help cover transportation costs.
Scholarships for Miami private schools are also available through the Family Empowerment Scholarship. These two scholarships depend on financial need, not on your child’s grades. The application is the same for both scholarships. We determine which scholarship you are eligible for when you apply.
Private School Scholarships Eligibility & Award Amounts
During the 2021-22 school year, a family of four can earn almost $100,000 per year and be eligible for our private school scholarships. The private school scholarships are worth up to $7,000 per child, based on where you live and your child’s grade level. Learn More »
Is Your Family Eligible for a Private School Scholarship?
The best way to determine whether you’re eligible is to start the application process.
Step Up for Students offers multiple scholarship programs to more than 160,000 students.
The Florida Tax Credit and Family Empowerment Scholarships are offered to low-income students, the Gardiner Scholarship to students with special needs, the Hope Scholarship to bullied students, and the Reading Scholarship to struggling readers.
Step Up for Students has awarded educational scholarships to many children over the years. This includes over 137,000 low-income students, more than 16,000 special needs students, nearly 400 bullied students, and more than 6,000 struggling public school readers.
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