Vouchers and Scholarship Programs

At K12, we believe that every student deserves an exceptional, accredited education, regardless of their financial circumstances. We’re dedicated to helping families choose the best education for their child, whether they’re looking to enroll full-time, part-time, or sign up for individual classes. Families can take control of their child’s learning with various options for K–12 vouchers, scholarships, and other tuition assistance programs.

View the current vouchers and scholarships available at the K12-powered schools below.

Vouchers and Scholarships

Arizona’s Empowerment Scholarship Account (ESA) provides scholarship dollars to Arizona families to help them pursue flexible options for their children’s learning. Public funding through the ESA enables families to expand their educational opportunities outside the public school system and further personalize their educational experience. Arizona’s ESA provides nearly $7,000 per student, which fully covers tuition at many K12-powered private schools*

Arizona’s ESA provides Arizona families with:

  • Scholarship dollars that contribute to or even fully cover private school tuition
  • Additional Scholarship dollars for students with special needs
  • The ability to customize their child’s education
  • Equal opportunity for children to access a personalized learning experience
  • An easy application process—just two simple steps for approval

Which K12-powered schools participate?

ESA Fully Covers Full-Time Tuition:

ESA Significantly Contributes to Full-Time Tuition:

Visit the Arizona Empowerment Scholarship page to learn more about eligibility and how to apply.

Indiana’s Choice Scholarship Program provides qualifying families in Indiana with a financial voucher to offset tuition costs at a participating private school of their choice. For the 2023–2024 school year, Indiana students can receive up to $7,574.97 in Choice Scholarship funds.

Indiana’s Choice Scholarship provides eligible families with:

  • Access to financial aid to help cover tuition costs
  • Equal opportunity for children to access a school that will challenge, engage, and meet their needs
  • A scholarship toward a superior education experience at a K12-powered private school

Which K12-powered schools participate?

Visit the Indiana Choice Scholarship page to learn more about eligibility and how to apply.

Florida’s Personalized Education Program (PEP), funded through the Florida Tax Credit scholarship, provides Florida students not attending public or private school full-time with an education savings account to fund their education options. The program will serve 20,000 students in the 2023–2024 school year and grow by 40,000 annually.

The Florida PEP provides eligible families with:

  • An education savings account that functions like a bank account
  • Education funds to personalize student learning
  • Priority for certain households as outlined in the income priority guidelines

Which K12-powered schools participate?

Visit the Florida PEP page to learn more about eligibility and how to apply.

Opportunity Scholarship Program

The Opportunity Scholarship is an income-based award covering partial or full tuition at non-public schools. Eligible families must meet household income requirements, and award decisions are subject to the available funds.

Education Student Accounts (ESA+) Program

The ESA+ Scholarship is for students who have a documented disability. Awards can be used to cover tuition at a non-public school and other educational expenses.

Students must be eligible for special education services, as documented by a North Carolina public school IEP eligibility determination. These can include but are not limited to autism, hearing impairment, visual impairment, orthopedic impairment, and intellectual or developmental disability.

Which K12-powered schools participate?

Visit the Scholarship Opportunities page to learn more about eligibility and how to apply.

*Arizona’s ESA provides nearly $7,000 per student. This amount covers GCPA’s tuition costs. There may be additional costs associated with special education services, which could vary based upon the level of services needed to properly support a student’s IEP/ISP/MET/504 plan. ESA amounts for students with special needs are determined by disability category.