The Succeed Scholarship Program, Ark. Code Ann. § 6-41-801 et seq., provides a scholarship to an eligible private school for students with disabilities that have an individualized education program (IEP), individualized service plan (ISP), and students in foster care living in a group home or facility that meet eligibility requirements.
Thank you for your interest in the Arkansas Succeed Scholarship Program. All scholarships have been awarded for the Spring 2020 semester and no further applications will be accepted. We encourage you to reapply during the next application submission date. Future submission dates will be announced on the Succeed Scholarship webpage. If you have any questions regarding a student application previously submitted for Spring 2020, please contact Rhonda Saunders at firstname.lastname@example.org or 501-682-4221.
If you have questions regarding scholarship payments, please contact the Reform Alliance at 501-244-9028.
We are happy to announce that you may apply for the Succeed Scholarship Program online using the following link:
Applications may also be submitted by completing the Student Application for Succeed Scholarship below and emailing or mailing to the addresses included.
This list includes all private schools who meet the eligibility requirements for participation in the Succeed Scholarship Program. All information contained in a school's application is provided by the school and is not a guarantee of services by the Department of Education. Inclusion on this list should not be considered an endorsement or approval of an educational program by the Department of Education.
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