Step Up For Students is an organization in Florida that provides a scholarship for low-income parent’s school-children. A study found that approximately 53% of African-American children have balked economically to read at the graduate level. So there is a need for financial supports to complete graduate-level from various organizations. At this point, Step Up For Students is a useful organization as it provides scholarships to a student in K-12. If you are a low-income person, you will apply for your child in this program, and if your child qualifies for this program, then your child will receive the scholarship, which values over $4,335 for private school. So save nearly $5,000.
There is a running the register to receive notification online for the 2013-14 session scholarship. If you’d like to participate, you may online register to add your information to its contact list. See the registration link in Resource.
Eligibility to apply
There are conditions to apply as the program only for low-income peoples. For example- You may use if your household incomes below $2,333 for two members. If over your family member, add $611 for each member. If your household income over $2,900 for two-members, you don’t get eligible for the scholarship program.
If your child has been eligible for the 2012-13 session scholarship, you may online login to check your application status, access the brochure online if approved, and other purposes. If you need help, you may call 877-735-7837.