Tips for Funding your Education
School Choice - Savings Accounts, Vouchers, Credits and Tax Deductions
Several states in the US offer families school choice options, which could help you lower your tuition with Citizens High School. We’ve included some state specific information here for you – for more detailed analysis, we recommend visiting the School Choice in America Dashboard for the latest and most relevant information. It’s impossible for us to guarantee eligibility into any of these programs. We encourage you to check with your state department of education to see if you qualify.
Additional tips for funding your education:
Crowdsourcing is the practice of engaging a “crowd” towards a common goal. There are several websites on the internet today that provides a platform for individuals looking to raise funds for a goal.
Ask Your Employer
Many employers offer educational assistance benefits to their employees. Ask your employer or their Human Resource officer what kind of assistance is provided.
Ask Your Family
There is no bond stronger than family. By having a few family members each contributing $10 a month your education can be just a click away.
Ask Your Church
Many churches have a scholarship fund designed to help members who need financial assistance for education.
By transferring credit from your previous school, you can reduce your overall tuition costs.
When most people think of using scholarships for school they think post secondary; however, there are several different private scholarships available for students wishing to receive their high school diploma.