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Does Your Student Qualify?


Students with a Disability

Students from Pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade with disabilities identified through an IEP (Individualized Education Plans) or 504 plans qualify for an Empowerment Scholarship.

Students qualifying under this category are also able to take extra time to complete high school graduation and into college, and use funds to pay for crucial services from paraprofessionals because accommodations can be difficult to obtain and very expensive in college. 


Students Adopted from Foster Care

Children that have been wards of the state, and have been (or will soon be) permanently placed with a family or adopted qualify for the Empowerment Scholarship Account program. 

These children can benefit from the ESA program because it provides stability to a child who has experienced instability and and upheaval in their lives. Many children in foster care can often struggle with emotional trauma and behavioral difficulties that impacts their learning as well, and families of these students can utilize the program to provide them the security, reliability, and individuality they need to learn in a safe and nurturing environment.


Siblings of Current or Previous Recipients

Children of Active Duty Military Members or Service Members Killed in the Line of Duty

Students who have a parent who is an active member of Marines, Army, Air Force, Navy, or Coast Guard qualify for the Empowerment Scholarship Program*. 

*Students qualifying under this category do not need to meet the 100 day public school attendance requirement.

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Students Residing in the Boundaries of a Native American Reservation


Student of Parent who is Legally Blind, Deaf, or Hard of Hearing


Siblings of Current or Previous Recipients


Does your student qualify?