Private schools are established and operated by private organizations and oftentimes are guided by set of core beliefs. Admissions standard and tuition, the cost of a family must pay for their child to attend the school, is set by each individual school.
In the past, if a student couldn’t afford tuition, these schools were out of reach. Thanks to the Indiana Choice Scholarship and State Tax Credit Scholarship programs, more than 35,000 lower-income students were able to attend quality private schools during the 2017-18 school year
Below are some tool to help you learn more about sending your child to a private school.
- MySchoolOptions Opportunity Calculator
In less than five minutes, find out if your family qualifies for help in paying to send your child to a private school.
- MySchoolOptions School Finder
Find all types of schools near your home.
- Private schools that will accept Indiana Choice Scholarships for 2018-19
- Private schools that accept State Tax Credit Scholarships (SGO)
Watch Karinya’s story about using the Indiana Choice Scholarship to send her son to a quality private school.
2018-19 Indiana Choice Scholarship Application Window Now Open
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More Hoosier students used Choice Scholarships for 2017-18 school year
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