Application window is open between January 1st to April 1st to apply for the 2015 – 2016 academic year
Empowerment Scholarship Services (ESA) Is a publicly funded education savings-account program administered by the Arizona Department of education
The Children’s Center qualifies as an approved provider under ESA guidelines; as all of our teachers hold valid state teaching certificates that are required by the ESA program.
An Empowerment Scholarship Account (ESA) is an account similar to a checking account with 90% of the state funding that would have been received by the school the child previously attended.
If a child attended a public school, received an ESA, or received a scholarship under “Lexie’s Law” during the previous school year, the child may qualify for an ESA if he or she falls under at least one of the following categories:
The child is deemed eligible to receive special education services
The child attends a failing school that has been assigned a letter grade of D or F
The child has been placed into foster care and has been adopted
The child’s parent or guardian is an active duty member of the U.S. Armed Forces
Tuition and fees at a private school
An online learning program
Educational therapies or services
Contributions to a Coverdell Education Savings Account
Tuition and fees at an eligible postsecondary institution
Bank fees charged for the management of an ESA
Find out if your child qualifies for an ESA (CLICK HERE)
Fill out the appropriate ESA application.
Fill out the form to request more information on the Empowerment Scholarship.
Or for more information from the Arizona Department of Education’s website, read their FAQ here.