Scholarships & Financial Aid


Adrian Dominican Legacy Scholarship

The Adrian Dominican Legacy Scholarship offered at Rosarian Academy is a multi-year merit and needs-based scholarship, representing a total value of $20,000 – $175,000. This scholarship rewards full tuition to an incoming 2nd – 8th grade student from the Palm Beach County area who demonstrates a strong academic foundation and a dedication to their community. In keeping with the mission of the Adrian Dominican Sisters, this scholarship places an emphasis on diversity.

Students receiving this prestigious scholarship must have the academic potential to meet the standards of Rosarian Academy.
To be considered for this scholarship, students must demonstrate and maintain these qualities throughout the duration of their scholarship:
● Academic excellence
● Extracurricular involvement
● Strong attendance record

Scholarships & Financial Aid
Step Up for Students

Rosarian Academy accepts Step Up for Students Scholarships. These scholarships are applied for and administered through the state of Florida’s Step Up for Students website. Those eligible for scholarships include all Florida residents in kindergarten through 12th grade. Step Up for Students encompasses many different scholarships for various needs, and it now includes the former Gardiner and McKay Scholarships. Additionally, Step Up for Students provides scholarships for siblings of students with unique abilities.

Scholarships & Financial Aid
Tuition Assistance

At Rosarian Academy, our first priority is to create a student population that reflects our academic and citizenship standards. To achieve this goal, we feel it is important not to restrict admissions based on a family’s financial resources. To the extent that our funds permit, Rosarian Academy awards tuition assistance, beginning in kindergarten, to families with demonstrated economic need. These students must also meet the required academic standards for admission to Rosarian Academy. Tuition assistance customarily offers up to one-half of total tuition.


Receive Financial Aid

Tuition Assistance decisions are based on the following qualifications. New students must do the following:

  • Receive a positive placement letter
  • Demonstrate satisfactory academic performance
  • Reflect Rosarian’s high standards of behavior
  • Show good citizenship
  • Participate in school activities


  • Step 1:

    Complete a Parents’ Financial Statement through FACTS. Applications must be submitted online at Click here for instructions on how to set up your account and for more information regarding the documentation needed.

    DEADLINES: March 1st, April 1st and May 1st

  • Step 2:

    The Academy’s Tuition Assistance Committee will review the applications and determine the distribution of funds. Parents will receive written notification of the committee’s decision.

    For more information, contact the Admissions Office at 561.345.3106.