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Financial Eligibility

Financial eligibility is based family size and total household income. Please see "How does MOST calculate household income?" on our Application FAQs page for details on what counts toward total income, and then check our Income Eligibility Scale to see if your family qualifies.

Grade Level Eligibility

Students eligible to apply for a new MOST scholarship include those entering PK3, PK4, kindergarten, or grade 1. The only exception to these grade levels an older for student (entering grades 2 through 8) who has dianosed special needs and is looking to attend one of the following schools or programs: Bodine School, Concord Academy, Holy Rosary's ANGEL program, Madonna Learning Center, Northpoint's REACH program, Phoenix School for Creative Learning, Shady Oaks School, St. Benedict's PLUS program, or St. Francis of Assisi's PLUS program.

After a student is accepted, he or she can remain on the program through grade 8, assuming the family is still financially eligible. During eighth grade, the student can apply for our merit-based High School Scholars Program, as long as the family remains financially eligible.