District of Columbia SCHOOL CHOICE PROGRAMS:

Show your support for private school choice in Washington DC!

V

D.C. Opportunity Scholarship Program

Student Eligibility
  • Student must qualify for the free or reduced-price lunch program ($46,435 for a family of four in 2018) or have participated in the program in the preceding year and have a family income of up to 300% of the federal poverty guidelines ($75,300 for a family of four in 2018)
  • Priority given to students who attend a school identified as one of the lowest-performing schools under the District of Columbia accountability system, were awarded a scholarship in the preceding year, or have a sibling participating in the program
  • Students from low-income families in other public schools are also eligible
  • Students currently attending private school are also eligible
  • Evaluation participants may be required to take the annual assessment taken by D.C. Public School students
    • Cooperate with the congressionally mandated independent evaluation

District of Columbia SCHOOL CHOICE PROGRAMS

Hear from parents, students, educators, and advocates on the power of school choice in your state.

AFC BOOTS ON THE GROUND

Our team focuses its time and resources on supporting state-level efforts to provide low-income and middle class families with access to great schools through private school choice. Meet key leadership.

RELEVANT NEWS

FRIENDS OF District of Columbia FEDERATION FOR CHILDREN

SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER

Thank you for signing up! An email has been sent to your inbox.

Request a Fellow to Speak at Your Event

High School Future Leaders Fellowship