Nonpublic Schools Program Information and Forms

This page contains miscellaneous guidelines, forms, training courses and data tools to assist nonpublic school administrators with the performance of their daily duties and with finance related reporting.

See below for more information on:

Administrative Cost Reimbursement Program 

Annual reimbursement is provided to chartered nonpublic schools for the actual mandated service administrative and clerical costs incurred by such school during the preceding school year. 

For funding reports, please click here.

Auxiliary Services

The Auxiliary Services Program is authorized under 3317.06, 3317.062 and 3317.024 of the Ohio Revised Code. 

Optional Forms 

Public districts and nonpublic schools may substitute their own forms that meet the requirements set forth by the Auxiliary Service Guidelines.

Final Expenditure Report

Public school districts and nonpublic schools receiving direct payment are required to submit a final expenditure report (FER) on an annual basis. 

Election or Rescission for direct payment

A chartered nonpublic school is authorized to receive auxiliary service funds 1) directly or 2) through the public district where the school is located. 

  • Affidavit (Election for Direct Payment) - available January 2025
  • Notice of Rescission - available January 2025

For funding reports, please click here.

College Credit Plus

Ohio’s new College Credit Plus can help you earn college and high school credits at the same time by taking college courses from community colleges or universities. Learn more about College Credit Plus for Nonpublic Schools.

Mobile Units Funds

Funds are available for the repair and/or relocation or replacement of Auxiliary Service mobile units, early retirement incentive and severance, and unemployment compensation reimbursement upon demonstration of need and approval from the Department of Education and Workforce.

Nonpublic Coding Robots Grant

Nonpublic Coding Robots Grant provides a funding opportunity for nonpublic schools to purchase coding robots for use in teaching students in grades K-12. 

Nonpublic STEM Grant

Nonpublic STEM Grant provides a funding opportunity for nonpublic schools to develop or expand a program that provides STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) educational opportunities for students educated in nonpublic schools across Ohio. 

State ADM

The State ADM to be reported is the average enrollment of all the days in session during the week of October.



Last Modified: 7/8/2024 8:47:00 AM