K-12th Information

We are delighted to announce that Ignyte Performing Arts Learning Center is now OPEN for k-12th.

We would love for your child to be a part of our preschool family! We look forward to getting to know each child as we grow together this year. Our class will provide each child with a safe and loving learning environment. Each day will be filled with fun and exciting adventures to help your child develop academically, and socially.

The class will be learning and exploring many concepts and themes throughout this year, and we are excited to begin our journey together. To ensure that you and your child have a great preschool experience while at Ignyte, it is important that the communication with your child’s teacher become imperative.

We look forward to watching your child Learn, Discover, and Grow throughout this year.

Do you need help paying for child care?

The cost of child care is out of reach for low-income families. Therefore, the Florida School Readiness Program offers financial assistance for early education and care to low-income families. It is meant to encourage and aid families in becoming financially self-sufficient. Also, so their young children can be successful. Services vary based on individual needs and range from extended day care to after-school and school-age care in some instances.

Benefits of the School Readiness program:

  • Prepares young children to start kindergarten.
  • Helps working families afford quality early care.
  • Keeps parents working and/or continuing an education.
  • Helps families become financially independent.

The School Readiness program was first created in 1999. Today, the Florida Office of Early Learning controls the reimbursement of funds, and in partnership with both the Early Learning Coalition of Orange County and the Early Learning Coalition of Osceola County, 4C provides this assistance to Central Florida families.

Parents want the best for their children — good grades, college, and a career. It all starts with a strong foundation of learning. Your child’s brain goes through the most important growth and development by age 5. Children who attend high-quality preschool do much better when they reach kindergarten. It can make a huge difference in their success throughout life.

That’s why it is important that your child attend Voluntary Prekindergarten. VPK is free of charge to all 4-year-old children in Florida regardless of family income. The high-quality learning opportunity builds a strong academic structure. VPK uses educational materials for specific stages of your child’s development to prepare them for school.

Voluntary Prekindergarten began as an amendment passed by Florida voters in November 2002, then signed into law in January 2005 with its implementation in August 2005. Together, with both the Early Learning Coalition of Orange County and Early Learning Coalition of Osceola County, 4C provides these services to eligible families. The program is enriched with early learning activities, experiences and a high curricula standards to fit each child’s developmental needs. Participation is completely voluntary.

Eligibility Requirements

Voluntary Prekindergarten is free for all children who are 4 years old on or before Sept. 1, reside in Florida, and who are not participating in the Gardiner Scholarship Program. Parents whose children are born from Feb. 2 through Sept. 1 of a calendar year may choose to enroll their child in VPK in either the school-year their child turns 4 or the next.

How to Create a Family Portal Account
VPK Child Application Process

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