K-12 students from low-income families are eligible to receive a Tax Credit Scholarship.  See the chart below for more details.

Before April 1, priority will be given to students who meet one of the following categories:

  • Are members of a household whose previous year’s total annual income does not exceed 185% of the federal poverty level ($46,435 for a family of 4);
  • Reside within a focus district;
  • Received a scholarship from a scholarship granting organization during the previous school year; or
  • Are siblings of students currently receiving a scholarship.

 

After April 1, all other qualifying students will be considered for scholarships, subject to availability of funding.

 

For families/households with more than 8 persons, add $4,180 for each additional person.

 

 2018 Federal Poverty Level (FPL) Chart
Household members 185% FPL 250% FPL 300% FPL
1 $22,459 $30,350 $36,420
2 $30,451 $41,150 $49,380
3 $38,443 $51,950 $62,340
4 $46,435 $62,750 $75,300
5 $54,427 $73,550 $88,260
6 $62,419 $84,350 $101,220
7 $70,411 $95,150 $114,180
8 $78,403 $105,950 $127,140

 

Note:

  • If more than eight people in your household, for each additional person, add $4,180 (2017) or $4,320 (2018) to the baseline FPL number for a family of 8 ($41,320 – 2017 or $42,380 – 2018) and then multiply by 1.85, 2.5 and 3 to arrive at the corresponding income limits.
  • Foster children are deemed to have a household income that does not exceed 185% of the federal poverty level.

 

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