What is the EdChoice Scholarship?

Students who live in the boundaries of an underperforming public school can apply for an EdChoice Scholarship.

The EdChoice Scholarship is commonly called a “voucher.”

Students at or below 200% of the federal poverty guidelines (see below) are eligible for an EdChoice Scholarship regardless of where they live.

First, you must find a participating private school.

Students must apply to the private school, then apply for the scholarship through the private school.

You will need to renew your child’s scholarship through your private school every year.

EdChoice Scholarship Applications will be open February 1, 2020 to April 15, 2020 for the 2020/2021 school year.

If your total household income this year is at or below 200% of the federal poverty guidelines, you are eligible for an expansion scholarship, which covers more tuition, depending on your need.

2019 Federal Poverty Guidelines

Household/Family Size

200%

1

24,980

2

33,820

3

42,660

4

51,500

5

60,340

6

69,180

7

78,020

8

86,860

9

95,700

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