Curious About the Ohio EdChoice Scholarship Qualifications?
Here is a quick overview of this scholarship program.
Any student entering grades K-6 whose assigned public school building in the Springfield City School District would have been:
- Fulton Elementary
- Simon Kenton Elementary
- Kenwood Elementary
- Lagonda Elementary
- Lincoln Elementary
- Horace Mann Elementary
- Perrin Woods Elementary
- Snyder Park Elementary
- Warder Park Wayne Elementary
Any student who is enrolled in and attending Hayward Middle School or Schaefer Middle School this year
Any student entering grades 9-12 whose assigned public school building would have been:
- Springfield High School
- Any student who has a sibling who received EdChoice this year
- Students who are foster children and students who reside in a certified foster home
- Students placed with a guardian, legal custodian, or in kinship care
Does your income fall within the guidelines?
If you aren’t sure which public school building your child would be assigned to, if you would like more information about the Ohio EdChoice Scholarship, or to find out your eligibility, please call 937-325-9204.
Note: Final scholarship qualification is determined by the Ohio Department of Education, not Catholic Central School.