For the first time, School Choice lives up to its name.
Almost 97% of all Hoosier families now qualify for scholarships that cover up to 100% of the cost of tuition at most local Lutheran schools.
A newly passed Indiana state law makes it possible for MANY more families to receive a School Choice Scholarship at the non-public school of their choice. In fact, for many Hoosier families, these scholarships may cover the a large percentage of the 2024-2025 tuition at many regional Lutheran schools.
Previously, this kind of tuition assistance was only available to a limited number of families, but the new legislation greatly expands the income threshold and removes the need for a pathway to receiving scholarships. For example, a family of four living in the Fort Wayne Community School district with a gross household income less than $238,880 a year can now qualify for up to $6,943 a year per child. That scholarship amount would cover the entire tuition at many regional Lutheran K-8 schools and nearly two-thirds the cost of tuition at Concordia Lutheran High School.
The charts outline the new income eligibility thresholds, based on household size, as well as the scholarship amounts available to Allen County Students. If your total household income falls below these thresholds, you may be eligible for a School Choice Scholarship. To verify your eligibility and available scholarship amount, contact the Lutheran school of your choosing.