Parents and Guardians

Elligibility

All families must meet the Scholarship Income Guidelines to be eligible to receive a C2 scholarship. Consult the Scholarship Income Guidelines chart for eligibility information.

Awards are distributed on a first come, first served basis and in compliance with the Alabama Accountability Act (AAA). The AAA requires scholarship granting organizations to give priority to students as follows:

  1. A student zoned for a “failing school”, whether or not they are currently enrolled in a public or private school. Only 25% of all scholarships can be awarded to students continuously enrolled in a private school during the previous school year. Click HERE to view the Department of Education’s list of failing schools.
  2. A public school student not zoned for a “failing school”. By law, scholarships may not be awarded to students zoned to a non-failing school until July 31st of each school year.
  3.  A private school student not zoned for a “failing school”. Only 25% of all scholarships can be awarded to students continuously enrolled in a private school during the previous school year. By law, scholarships may not be awarded to students zoned to a non-failing school until July 31st of each school year.

C2 was created to empower low-income parents to choose what is best for their child.

 

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Scholarship Income Guidelines
2018 Gross Income

2019-2020 School Year

Household SizeMaximum Annual Income
2$30,451
3$38,443
4$46,435
5$54,427
6$62,419
7$70,411
8$78,403

For each additional member, add: $7,733 per year.