Chartered Nonpublic School Information

A Chartered Nonpublic school is a private school that holds a valid charter issued by the state board of education and maintains compliance with the Operating Standards for Ohio's Schools. These schools are not supported by local or state tax dollars and require the family to pay tuition. Chartered Nonpublic schools are eligible for the Administrative Cost Reimbursement Program, Auxiliary Services Program and Transportation services for students.

For additional documentation and information regarding funding for Cost Reimbursement, Auxiliary Services and Transportation for private schools, please refer to the Finance and Funding topic page.

How can my School Receive a State Charter

Find out the process to become a chartered nonpublic school.

Forms and Program Information

Find documents needed for nonpublic schools.

Chartered Nonpublic Scholarship Provider Information

Testing Information

Alternative High School Graduation Assessment for Chartered Nonpublic Schools

The Ohio Department of Education reviewed vendor proposals that were submitted in response to the RFQ for Alternative High School Assessment for Graduation. The vendor proposals that met the criteria in the RFQ can be administered by districts and schools beginning in the 2018-2019 school year.

Last Modified: 6/10/2024 3:57:00 PM