While many families would like their children to attend SRCS, not all can afford the tuition. Some families require substantial aid, while those with greater means need only a modest amount. The ability to pay the tuition should not be the determining factor in whether a child applies to Solid Rock.
We encourage you to apply even if you have concerns about your ability to afford the full tuition. Our advisory team will guide you through the process and see what scholarships you may be eligible for. We do not want students who are a great fit for our program to miss opportunities due to family financial constraints. We are committed to working with families who are a good fit for the program, who support the school’s policies, and who are willing to contribute their time and/or resources for the greater good of the school and community.
If your child has an IEP (Individualized Education Plan) or 504 Plan and is currently enrolled in public school or is already attending a private school with the McKay Scholarship, he or she is eligible to receive free or reduced tuition through the McKay Scholarship at SRCS.
Income (FTC) Scholarship or Family Empowerment Scholarship
Families who meet the income guidelines may receive a Step Up for Students or AAA income scholarship. Families who qualify to receive a state scholarship are also welcome to apply for in-school assistance.
Scholarship for students with one of these diagnoses: autism spectrum disorder, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, an intellectual disability, Phelan-McDermid syndrome, Prader-Willi syndrome, Spina bifida, muscular dystrophy, Williams syndrome, severe intellectual disability (cognitive impairment), rare diseases as defined by the National Organization for Rare Disorders, anaphylaxis, deaf, visually impaired, dual sensory impaired, traumatic brain injury, hospital/homebound or a high-risk child as defined in s. 393.063(20)(a), Florida Statutes.
For any public school student in Florida who was a victim of a qualifying bullying incident at public school.
SRCS offers a work-exchange program for parents looking to offset out-of-pocket tuition in exchange for services they are willing to provide. This may be coupled with any other scholarship program to decrease out-of-pocket expenses, as available. This may be a part-time or full-time opportunity, depending on availability and ability.
Tuition Assistance Program
SRCS offers tuition assistance for eligible families in financial need, as available, on a limited, case-by-case basis.
Veterans Educational Benefit
An educational subsidy payment available for fully disabled military veterans.
Payment plans are offered to eligible families on an individual basis.