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How Do I Qualify for The McKay Scholarship?

Posted by Shelley Causey

Nov 20, 2013 10:09:00 AM

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Do you feel like your child needs a different setting in school?  Are they falling behind?  Are you unsure of how you can get help?

The John McKay Scholarship may be your solution to getting your child help. The McKay Scholarship pays for students experiencing disabilities to attend a private school in order to have a program better suited to their child’s specific needs.  There are a few requirements you must meet to apply for the scholarship.  Below are a few questions you can answer to help you decide if your child is eligible to receive McKay funding.

 

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McKay Scholarship: Money Available for Your Child with Disabilities

Posted by Shelley Causey

Nov 7, 2013 5:09:00 PM

Is your child struggling in school?  Do you feel like your child is getting lost in the crowd?  Does your child have a disability or special need? Are you frustrated? What if there was money available for you to have a choice on where your child goes to school?

There is Money available to YOU to get your child the help he or she deserves with The McKay Scholarship.

The McKay Scholarship pays for help with private school tuition for students experiencing disabilities.  Not only does it pay toward tuition, but it also gives YOU the choice to pick the school your child attends.  After all, we as parents know our child the best- why would we allow where we live or our financial situation decide where our child goes to school?  Pick a school that meets your child's individual needs and get them the help they need before they fall through the “cracks”.  

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