Arete Scholars

Arete Scholars exists to help economically disadvantaged children reach their highest potential through educational opportunity. Through private contributions from corporate and philanthropic partners, Arete awards need-based K-12 scholarships and empowers parents to place their children in schools that best suit their unique gifts and learning needs. Arete currently operates in Georgia under the state's Tuition Tax Credit Scholarship Program and in Louisiana under the Tuition Donation Rebate Program. Scholarship eligibility is based on the income guidelines for the federal free and reduced lunch program (FRL), and award amounts range from $2,500 to $5,000 per year. Recipients are required to re-qualify each year.

Apply for Arete Scholars       Arete Scholar Information      Applications opened on March 22nd, 2022.

ACE Scholarship

ACE Scholarships, founded in 2000, has awarded more than 23,000 scholarships, helping to send low-income families to their school of choice.

Ace Scholarship applications for the 2022-23 school year are being accepted. ACE will once again be using the FACTS Grant and Aid tool to accept and process applications from families. Consistency in the tool we are using from last year combined with work we did with the team at FACTS to streamline the application should make this year’s application process simpler for you and your families to navigate.

Visit https://www.acescholarships.org/become-a-scholar/louisiana/  for more information.

In House Scholarships

If you are interested in any In-House scholarship, you must complete the application for that scholarship and complete the information on the website linked via the picture. 

Original Minority Scholarship

Application for the Original Minority Scholarship is attached below. Please contact the office for information about scholarship opportunities.

Louisiana Scholarship Program

The Louisiana Scholarship Program empowers low-income families to access the same opportunities that more affluent families already have by providing them with the financial resources to send their children to the schools of their choice. To be eligible for a scholarship, students must have a family income that does not exceed 250% of the federal poverty line and must either be entering kindergarten or be enrolled in a public school with a C, D, or F letter grade. 

For the 2022-2023 school year, we are only accepting students entering kindergarten through 9th grade.

The deadline for application for 2022-2023 has passed.

To learn more about the Louisiana Scholarship Program, including how to apply for a scholarship, please review the Scholarship Program FAQ

Apply for the Louisiana Scholarship Program