EdChoice Scholarship Program
The Educational Choice Scholarship (EdChoice) Program was created to provide students from underperforming public schools the opportunity to attend participating private schools. The program provides up to 60,000 EdChoice scholarships to eligible students.
Who Can Apply?
Students currently attending their assigned public school in their resident district that is on the list of designated public schools are eligible to apply.
Public school students attending a school in their resident district who will be assigned to one of the designated public schools for the upcoming school year are also eligible to apply.
Students currently attending a charter/community school whose assigned home school is an eligible school on our list are also eligible to apply.
Students eligible to enter kindergarten for the upcoming school year who would be assigned to one of the designated public schools are also eligible to apply for the scholarship.
Students currently enrolled in and attending a designated public school building that is closing at the end of the school year are eligible to apply. However, students whose eligibility is based on being assigned to a closing school (e.g., incoming kindergarten students) for the upcoming school year are NOT eligible for the scholarship. No student will be awarded a scholarship based on being assigned to a closing school.
The online applications are submitted by the participating private schools on behalf of the parent, ONLY AFTER the student has been accepted for enrollment by the school.
Students currently attending private school and home-schooled students are NOT eligible to apply for an EdChoice scholarship.
The EdChoice Scholarship Program has two application periods each year. The first application period is from February 1 - mid April (NOTE: The specific date in April is subject to change). The second application period is from July 1 - July 31.
Find detailed information on when and how to apply for the EdChoice Scholarship.
Find detailed information how to renew the EdChioce Scholarship.
If you are a participating non-public school, find Provider Resources.
Access all forms and resources you will need for program
Last Modified: 6/13/2013 2:11:47 PM