Ohio EdChoice— The Educational Choice Scholarship (EdChoice) was created to provide students from under-performing public schools the opportunity to attend participating private schools. The program provides up to 60,000 EdChoice scholarships to eligible students. The maximum financial amount for each one is $4,650.00
Students currently attending a public school in their resident district that has been rated in Academic Emergency or Academic Watch for two of the past three years are eligible to apply. Public school students attending a school in their resident district that will be assigned to such a school in the upcoming school year are also eligible to apply. Students currently attending a charter/community school whose home school is an eligible school on our list are also eligible to apply.
The online applications are submitted by the participating private schools between February 1, 2017, through April 30, 2017 on behalf of the parent, ONLY AFTER the student has been accepted for enrollment by the school. INCOME VERIFICATION will be received from February 1, 2017 until April 30, 2017.
For more information, please call ODE toll-free, (877) 644-6338, (ask for the EdChoice Office) or visit [email protected].
Partnership 4 Success— Partnerships 4 Success assists Catholic families in finding part-time jobs as a way to pay or offset tuition costs. This program was launched in 2006 by a group of local Catholic educators, business people and religious representatives. It is for all Catholic grade schools and high schools. One of the most important decisions a parent can make is where they send their children to school. Not only is a solid academic program the key to financial independence, but outside of family life, a child’s school experience typically has the most impact on their faith and morals. If you have any questions about the Partnership 4 Success program, please contact George Molinsky at (937) 433-1188, ext. 213.
Sr. John Maureen, SC School Tuition Fund - This fund was established in 1971 to honor the memory of Sister John Maureen McGraw, a Sister of Charity and a beloved principal of our school. Its purpose is to ensure that financial hardship does not prevent parish children from enjoying a Catholic grade school education. Since its inception, more than 500 families have benefited from this fund.
This scholarship is primarily funded by our parish tithing program and private donations and is, therefore, available only to the children of parishioners.
Families must reapply each year for this scholarship; renewal is not automatic.Families must be registered, active members of St. Albert the Great parish.
The school registration fee is not included in the scholarship; the family is responsible for this fee.
A Federal Income Tax return 1040 or 1040A form/s from all working adults in the home FOR the PRESENT TAX YEAR MUST accompany this application.
Students must attend St. Albert the Great School for one (1) full year before they are eligible to apply.
Parents/guardians may contact the parish business office at (937) 293-1191 to learn how to apply for this scholarship.