We offer a range of parent resources designed to help families navigate the process of financing their child's education and supporting their unique learning needs. Our goal is to create a partnership with parents, providing them with the tools and resources they need to support their child's success both in and out of the classroom.
Whether you're looking for information on financial aid, support for children with learning differences, or simply want to connect with other parents in our community, we're here to help. Our experienced team of professionals is always available to answer questions and provide guidance as needed. We invite you to explore our parent resources and learn more about the many ways we can support your family at Foundations Christian Academy.
From tackling personal decisions to reaching important milestones, our job is to guide you on the path of success. We are fueled by our commitment to excellence and go the extra mile to make sure clients are fully informed of the process, every step of the way. You will never be just another number with Provident Oak Financial, you are a person with a story, goals, and dreams that we take the time to get to know.
You will find comfort knowing we will be with you from beginning to end.
Provident Oak Financial, LLC believes in maintaining Integrity, creating partnerships with a purpose, and always striving for significant outcomes. Contact us today for an initial consultation, and find out more about how we can tailor our services to your needs.
ACE Scholarships was founded in 2000 by Alex Cranberg, Charlie Gallagher, Ralph Nagel, John Saeman and the late Ed McVaney and John Walton to provide low-income parents with the freedom to choose the K-12 schools that are best for their children.
The founders’ vision was powerful but simple: that all children have access to great schools. The founders’ commitment to launch ACE was formed through many years of frustration with a lack of reform within the public school system and unsuccessful legislative efforts to provide publicly funded vouchers to families for private school.
They were also keenly aware that low-income students lagged far behind students of other incomes and that overall, American students continued to fall further behind students in other countries.