PRIVATE SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIPS IN COLORADO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Scholarships for Private School Students in Colorado:


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Colorado Private School Scholarships:

You can find, on this page, a listing of scholarships that are available specifically for students attending or planning to attend a private school  in the US state of Colorado. For more generic scholarships that are available not only to Colorado students but also students from other states, check our main page on private school scholarships.  If, on the other hand, you are a high school student looking for a scholarship for college or university, go to our home page for more options. The scholarships listed on this page are specifically for students attending or planning to attend a private Colorado high school (and in some cases elementary and middle school, too).

 

 

      

         



 

Private High School Scholarships for students residing or planning to get education in Colorado:

There are several scholarships available specifically for students attending or planning to attend a private high school in the US state of Colorado.  Most of these are tuition scholarships, though some cover other expenses, too. Most are need-based, though some are merit-based, and some are a combination of the two. Check our general private school scholarships page, too, for more options. The scholarships listed below are those that are specifically for students in Colorado.  Some of the cities whose citizens are qualified for these scholarships include (but are not restricted to) the following: Arvada, Aurora, Boulder, Colorado Springs, Denver, Fort Collins, Greeley, Highlands Ranch, Lakewood, Longmont, Loveland, Northeast Jefferson, Pueblo, South Aurora, Southwest Arapahoe, Thornton, West Adams, Westminster (and other Colorado cities, towns, districts, etc.). This doesn't mean that Colorado high school students (or prospective high school sctudents) cannot get other (more generic scholarships) that are available not only for Colorado students but also students from other states.

 

1) Alliance for Choice in Education (ACE) Scholarships:

For high school, as well as elementary and middle schools. Provides up to 50% of private school students. Scholarships continue for four years, and are up to $2,000 for elementary and middle school students (K-8), and $3,000 per year for high school students (grades 9 through 12). Available for students whose families qualify for the federal free and reduced price school lunch program. These are renewable scholarships, renewable for 4 years. Prospects of winning is around 10 to 15%. Parents could choose any one of the 200 schools present in the school network of the ACE. Switching schools is also possible.

Website: www.acescholarships.org/scholarships.php

 

2) Byrne Foundation Scholarships:

Provides scholarships to around 30 students every year in Denver, Colorado area (e.g. places like Arvada, Aurora, Lakewood, Thornton, Westminster, etc.). Students need to be academically talented to qualify. Some of the scholarships cover partial tuition while some cover full tuition costs.  

Website: www.byrneurbanscholars.org

 

3) Parents' Challenge Scholarships:

Provides scholarships to students pre-K through 12th grade, as well as training for parents and students. These are need-based scholarships, and are provided to students in the Colorado Springs area.   

Website: www.parentschallenge.org

 

 




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