Private School Scholarship Programs
A list of funding opportunities compiled by the National Association of Independent Schools
The NAIS list should be the starting point for your private school scholarship search. It details organizations that offer tuition assistance sorted by state. Each provides contact information and (in some cases) geographic areas served.
"A Better Chance is the preeminent resource for identifying, recruiting and developing leaders among young people of color throughout the United States."
"Since 1964, the Black Student Fund (BSF) has provided financial assistance and support services to Washington metropolitan area African-American students, grades pre-kindergarten to 12, and their families."
"Children First CEO America promotes school choice through private tuition grants and tax funded options, giving all families the power to choose the K–12 school that best fulfills the hopes and dreams they have for their children."
"The Children's Scholarship Fund aims to maximize educational opportunity at all income levels by offering tuition assistance for needy families and promoting a diverse and competitive educational enviroment."
"The goal of CITY PREP is to set students on a more equal intellectual footing with economically advantaged children, and prepare them for academic success in competitive public and private high schools. "
Prep for Prep develops leaders through access to superior education and life-changing opportunities. Since 1978, Prep has identified New York City's most promising students of color and prepared them for placement at independent schools in the city and boarding schools throughout the Northeast. Once placed, Prep offers support and opportunities to ensure the academic accomplishment and personal growth of each one of our students.
"Since 1993, the Washington Scholarship Fund has provided hope and opportunity for Washington, DC families and children. Our program gives parents the ability to direct their children's education each step of the way."