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Refers academically talented students entering grades 6 through 11 to some of the nation's finest independent and public schools to be considered for placement and financial aid.
Provides scholarships to low-income high school students to attend boarding and day schools that are partner schools.
Identifies and supports young people of exceptional promise, application, deportment, and character who have financial need and demonstrated excellence in academic endeavors and extracurricular activities.
Assists Arizona's families in providing their children with a private education.
Awards low-income families tuition scholarships to enable their children to attend private elementary and secondary schools (K-12).
Creates education savings accounts for students with special needs to use on tuition, fees, online education, educational therapies, tutoring, testing, and higher education courses.
Provides scholarships through scholarship tuition organizations for special needs students to attend private schools.
STOs use individual and corporate contributions to provide scholarships to families in Arizona to use for private school tuition for grades K-12. Many of these scholarships are based on financial need, and each scholarship organization has a separate application process.
Provides scholarship assistance for children in Catholic schools in Los Angeles.
Offers partial scholarships to local private schools for San Francisco Bay Area children to attend a school of parent/guardian choice.
Provides tuition assistance to low- to moderate-income families in Contra Costa and Alameda counties for K-12 private or parochial schools.
Schools, Mentoring and Resource Team (SMART) provides middle school scholarships for children in San Francisco, as well as providing other social supports including summer programs, and high school placement assistance.
Provides scholarships, mentoring, and other tools to adolescents experiencing risk factors that reduce their odds of graduating high school.
The Douglas County School Board enacted a voucher program for students living in Douglas County.
Provide scholarships to students in Colorado Springs to attend private school. Parents Challenge also offers tutoring and cognitive skills training.
Provides scholarships for K-5 children in Hartford, Bridgeport, and New Haven.
A scholarship fund to assist family members of St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church and St. Timothy Chapel with student’s educational expenses.
District of Columbia
Provides tuition assistance to students applying to or currently enrolled in Catholic schools in Washington, D.C. and Calvert, Charles, St. Mary’s, Montgomery, and Prince George’s Counties in Maryland. Assistance is based on financial need and students must apply each year.
Assisting African-American students in the admissions process, making available scholarship grants, and providing essential services that allow students to focus on their education, complete high school and enter college.
Provides private high school scholarships for DC children.
Provides scholarships to low-income students to attend participating private schools for grades K-12.
Competitive scholarships available to Latino students enrolled in private or parochial schools who receive financial aid from their schools.
Provides tuition assistance for families who need financial aid in order to send their children to Catholic elementary and high schools.
Provides scholarships for students in grades K-12, including students with special needs.
Provides scholarships through Scholarship Funding Organizations (STOs) to low-income students to attend private schools.
Provides scholarships for Florida students with disabilities.
Provides private scholarships for low-income children in Florida.
Scholarships for children with disabilities who previously attended Georgia public schools.
Provides scholarships to students in Georgia through approved Student Scholarship Organizations to attend private school.
Provides scholarships for children attending Chicago Catholic schools.
Provides scholarships to high school students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds in Chicago.
Provides educational services (opportunities to receive quality private school education) and mentoring to economically disadvantaged African American youth from the Chicago area.
Provides scholarships to low- and middle-income students to attend participating private schools.
Provides scholarships through scholarship tuition organizations for low-income students to attend private schools.
Provides K-6 scholarships for low-income families in Louisville and Jefferson County.
Provides scholarships to low-income students who attend failing schools in grades K-6. Students must reside in Orleans Parish.
Provides scholarships to students in grades K-8 who have an Individualized Education Program and are in needs of special needs services. Students must reside in Jefferson, East Baton Rouge, Orleans, Caddo, St. Tammany, or Lafayette Parishes.
Provides scholarships to Maine children in K-12 to help pay for part of public, private or home school.
Provides information on three scholarship opportunities to attend private high schools for Maine residents.
Provides full scholarships to male students in Baltimore City to attend the Piney Woods School, a historically black college preparatory boarding school outside of Jackson, Mississippi.
Provides scholarships to low-income African American students in grades Pre-K-12 in the Baltimore metropolitan area to attend a participating school.
Provides scholarships to low-income children in the Detroit metropolitan area.
Provides scholarships to low-income students in Minnesota to attend a private high school.
A tax credit may be available to Minnesota residents who pay for private school or homeschool their children.
Provides scholarships to low-income students to attend an elementary school or early childhood center in the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph.
Provides scholarships to New Hampshire students to attend private school in New Hampshire.
Provides tuition assistance and mentoring to high school students in Newark, Jersey City, Bayonne, South Orange, Montclair, and Elizabeth.
Provides scholarship grants, based on family income, to attend boarding schools in New England and the Mid-Atlantic. Applicants must be in 7th grade and attend school in Essex, Union, Hudson, Passaic, or Middlesex Counties.
Provides scholarships to low-income students in Passaic, Morris, and Sussex Counties.
Assists low-income families with children entering grades K-12 offset the cost of tuition at the school of their choice through a program of tuition assistance.
Scholarships for families with limited resources get the help to send their children to Catholic schools in Brooklyn and Queens.
Provides funding to 86 elementary and 21 secondary schools in some of the poorest neighborhoods in Manhattan, the Bronx and Staten Island.
Identifies talented students from minority group backgrounds, prepares them for placement in independent schools, and provides a sense of community, peer support, critical post-placement services, and a range of leadership development opportunities.
Provides as many of New York City's at-risk high school youth as possible with an opportunity to receive a quality non-public high school education, through the financial support and one-to-one guidance of a four-year Sponsor.
Helps talented New York City students from low-income families gain admission to and succeed at top high schools and colleges. Along with academic support, TEAK provides leadership training, exposure to the arts and outdoors, mentoring, career experience, and assistance with the high school and college application processes.
Mission is to cultivate a new generation of leaders by providing exceptional youth of African and Latino American descent from New York City access to selective boarding and day independent schools and continued support for achieving their future academic and professional goals.
Provides students with autism scholarships to attend a private school. Students must be identified as autistic through the school district and must be assigned an Individualized Education Program (IEP).
Gives scholarships to high school seniors, adult learners, and teachers.
Provides scholarships to students in grades K-8 and live in the Cleveland Metropolitan School District to attend private school. Preference is given to low-income students and scholarships may continue through high school.
Provides a limited number of scholarships to Ohio students who attend persistently under-performing public schools.
Provides special needs vouchers to children who have an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) and attended a public school in Oklahoma in the previous school year.
Provides a 1-year scholarship for financially disadvantaged children in Pennsylvania to attend any public, parochial or non-public school of their choice.
Designates qualified scholarship organizations that can grant scholarships to students under the program.
Offers scholarships for private Christian schools in Pennsylvania through the Association of Christian Schools International
Parents in a growing number of cities and states have access to privately financed programs that support school choice by offering students partial scholarships.
Manages more than 150 scholarship funds for middle school, high school, and college scholarships.
Promotes educational opportunities for economically disadvantaged students through the Rhode Island Scholarship tax credit program.
Provides scholarships and mentoring to children of currently and formerly incarcerated parents.
Provides scholarships of $1000 per year for three years for at-risk students.
Provides a special needs voucher to Utah students who are identified as disabled and learning under an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or are attending an eligible private school and in need of specialized services.
Provides scholarship to help low-income parents choose schools for their children.
Provides an opportunity for students, under specific circumstances, to attend at no charge, private sectarian and nonsectarian schools located in the city of Milwaukee.
An independent non-profit foundation that makes excellent educational opportunities possible for Milwaukee families.