Children Who Income Qualify

Students who qualify will receive financial assistance toward either private school tuition and fees or transportation to a public school in another county/district.

  • Students entering Kindergarten must be 5 on or before Sept. 1.
  • Students entering first grade must be 6 on or before Sept.1.
  • Household income must be at/or below the income criteria found in the chart below.
  • If a member of the household receives SNAP (food stamps), TANF, or FDPIR, the student may qualify.
  • If the household income qualifies for free or reduce-priced lunch, the student may qualify.

Eligibility Chart

Eligibility: If the household income is at or below the following criteria, the student may be eligible for a scholarship:

Number of people in household Total gross annual household income for a 100% scholarship Annual maximum income for an 88% scholarship Annual maximum income for a 74% scholarship Annual maximum income for a 60% scholarship Annual maximum income for a 50% scholarship
1 $24,980 $26,854 $28,727 $30,601 $32,474
2 $33,820 $36,357 $38,893 $41,430 $43,966
3 $42,660 $45,860 $49,059 $52,259 $55,458
4 $51,500 $55,363 $59,225 $62,088 $66,950
5 $60,340 $64,866 $69,391 $73,917 $78,442

See 2019-20 Income guidelines  for families with more than 5 people in the household.


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