To accomplish our commitment and provide your children with remarkable education and unforgettable experiences, tuition costs are calculated per grade level.
Please follow the steps below to begin the enrollment process to become a Royal Student:
  1. Tour our school
    All families are invited to tour our school before registration. It’s inevitable to fall in love with the campus and our excellent program. To schedule a tour, please call the campus office during between 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM, (305)385-376 (Specify the campus of choice).
  2. Submit the Online Application
    The second step in the enrollment process is to fill out the online application, which should take approximately 10 minutes. Please allow the Admission Office 24-48 hours to process your child’s application.
  3. Access the Admission Checklist
    Once your child’s application has been processed, an email will be sent to you with additional information and a checklist of documents needed.
  4. Register for Admission Testing
    Applicants in Pre-kindergarten through 5th grade must register for admission testing at Kingdom Academy.
  5. Complete the Admission Checklist
    Please complete the admission checklist of required application materials for your child. Required documents include: copies of birth certificate and Social Security card, copies of parents’ identification card, medical forms, standardized test scores, teacher recommendation form(s), transcript, questionnaire, and interview.


Step Up For Students is dedicated to providing scholarships to pay tuition and fees to disadvantaged Florida students to attend the school of their choice. The following are the scholarships under this program:
  • Scholarships for Private School
  • Scholarships for Special Needs
  • Scholarship for Victims of Bullying
  • Scholarships for Struggling Readers

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School Readiness programs provide early education opportunities to children with priority ages birth to 5 years old, particularly children whose parents are economically disadvantaged; children who have been determined to be at risk of abuse, neglect or exploitation; and children with disabilities. Services may be provided to children up to age 13 depending on availability of funding.

The Voluntary Prekindergarten Education Program – or VPK – is a free prekindergarten program for 4 and 5-year-olds who reside in Florida. Participating children must be 4 year of age on or before September 1. Parents can enroll their child in the state’s free, voluntary prekindergarten (VPK) education program that year or wait until the following year when their child is five.

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9010 SW 157th Avenue
Miami, FL 33196
305-385-3761 ext. 100


12031 SW 131 Avenue
Miami, FL 33186
305-385-3761 ext. 300


The Children's Trust