UCP of Central Florida provides a variety of support, education and therapy programs to help to unlock the potential of every child birth to age 21.

Have you dreamed of a school where your child would be excited to go every day and learn?   With the help of our friends at the University of Central Florida, we created a model that provides incredible learning opportunities for all students. At UCP charter schools we believe in hands-on learning.  Our students use arts and technology all day in a project-based learning approach.

As a tuition-free public charter school, UCP offers school, after school and summer options for children of all abilities birth to fifth grade in seven campuses throughout Central Florida.   Additionally, there is a middle/high school program and Career/College Transition Program for students with disabilities. Programs vary depending on the location.  Click here to submit an inquiry form to begin the enrollment process

Physical, speech and occupation therapy is also offered during the school day and/or outpatient therapy and rehabilitative services. UCP’s Physical Therapy focuses on preserving, developing and restoring physical function. Speech Therapy develops verbal and non-verbal communication skills, as well remediation of oral-motor and feeding challenges. Occupational Therapy aims to improve fine motor, self-help, sensory motor and visual perceptual skills. All three disciplines utilize diverse approaches, techniques, devices, physical agents and modalities to help each child reach their individual goals. Click here to submit an inquiry form to begin the evaluation process

We know that sometimes raising a child is hard.    At part of our holistic approach, UCP also offers a comprehensive support program for our children and their families.   This includes free individual and family counseling, parent trainings and family fun activities.

Our “S.E.T.” of services include:


  • Advocacy and case management
  • Support groups for parents and siblings
  • Individual and family counseling
  • Information and referrals


  • A tuition-free public charter school
  • Free for eligible children through a variety of funding options
  • Infant, toddler and preschool programs
  • Pre-K through fifth grade charter schools
  • Free Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten (VPK)
  • Middle and high school charter school
  • College/Career Transition Program for ages 18-21
  • Home early intervention
  • Before and after-school enrichment
  • Summer camps and enrichment programs
  • Inclusion program for children with and without disabilities at all six campus locations


  • Physical, speech, occupational and other specialty therapies
  • Children birth to age 21
  • Outpatient therapy available at all six locations as well as during school hours for students enrolled at UCP
  • Medicaid, insurance and private pay accepted