Parents should contact their local Catholic school and inquire about the availability of tuition assistance. To assist parents in understanding what may be available to them in the way of tuition assistance, the following terms, definitions, and websites are offered:
Indiana is committed to providing all children access to quality educational opportunities. Indiana's Choice Scholarship Program, commonly referred to as the voucher program, (authorized under IC 20-51-1 and IC 20-51-4) provides scholarships to eligible Indiana students to offset tuition costs at participating schools. Students must satisfy both household income requirements and student eligibility criteria to qualify.
Participating schools and interested parents work together to enroll students and to submit Choice Scholarship applications to the Indiana Department of Education. Schools and parents should explore the links below for more information.
Click here to learn how to apply
IQE empowers parents to choose the education that best fits their child’s needs. IQE's outreach team supports families navigating their school choice options by providing honest information about how schools are performing. If families can’t afford the school of their choice, IQE directs them to programs that can help pay for tuition. IQE is one of four scholarship granting organizations in Indiana. Through the support of generous donations, they are able to partner with schools to provide tax credit scholarships to eligible students.
The Institute for Quality Education SGO provides scholarship grants to students of lower-income families enabling them to attend private or parochial school of their choice. The Institute is a 501(c)(3) public charity, funded by individual, corporate, and foundation contributions. It is open to families who qualify under the income guidelines for the federal reduced-price lunch program.
Scholarships are worth at least $500 and can go up to full tuition, depending on the program with the individual school. The Institute for Quality Education SGO exists to provide new options in education for families of limited means