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 FTC scholarship is Income-Based to help cover private school tuition and fees. The scholarship will pay for the following school expenses, in this order until …
The Gardiner Scholarship (formarly known as the Personal Learning Scholarship Account (PLSA) is for students that have been diagnosed with certain disabilities.
The Income Based Scholarship and the Personal Learning Scholarship Account (PLSA) may be serviced by two different companies. Step Up for Students and AAA Scholarships.
An individualized learning plan through the ACE Curriculum Diagnostic testing Curriculum level that meets the child’s needs Academic support for students
Life skills Independent Living Spanish video classes (available at certain campuses) English as a second language to our students in Panamá
Step Up For Students
All students providing that they are not aggressive towards themselves or anyone else
Esther’s School is one of the Christian schools in Pinellas County, FL that encourages early learning and the development of social skills through play and creative activities.
Esther’s School is a premier Christian school in Pinellas County, Florida. For over a decade now, we have been serving the children in Pinellas County and nearby communities. We offer individualized learning plans for students between ages five and 22, as our goal is the optimal development of your child. Together with the K-12 basic education program, we provide the Accelerated Christian Education (A.C.E.) curriculum to help students see life from a Christian’s point of view and develop Godly wisdom and character.
With our dedication to achieving our goals, Esther’s School has grown into a number of campuses in Pinellas Park, Bradenton, Hudson, Kissimmee, New Port Richey, and Spring Hill. And our most recent campus is an Esther’s School abroad in Panama.read what our leaders are saying about esther school
The Berry family is getting bigger. Following their heart, Esther and Chris have been married 35 years. While most people their age are getting ready for retirement, they have a different idea: adopt five children. The Berrys are far from emptynesters, even though their five biological children are grown. The
PINELLAS PARK – As students from all four campuses of Esther’s School gathered for a field day at their main campus in Pinellas Park, they celebrated more than the nearly ended school year. They competed in simple games such as seated balloon pop, a dill-pickle-eating contest, bean bag tosses and