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Indiana Choice Scholarship Program

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 in grades K – 12 to offset tuition costs at participating schools.

Participating schools and interested parents/guardians work together to enroll students. The Choice Scholarship application is submitted electronically to Indiana Department of Education by the participating school. Schools and parents/guardians should explore the links below for more information.

General Information

This section provides parents and guardians with a basic understanding of the Choice Scholarship Program. Please contact your Choice Scholarship school to learn about enrollment requirements and to submit a Choice Scholarship student application.

Student Eligibility

Effective June 29, 2023, the following requirements must be satisfied to qualify for a Choice Scholarship award:

  • Student must have legal settlement in Indiana;
  • Student must be at least five (5) years old and less than 22 years old by October 1 of the school year that the student is applying; and
  • Student is a member of a household with an annual income of not more than 400% of the amount to qualify for the federal free and reduced price lunch program.

Additional information about student eligibility and income requirements can be found in the following documents:


Information for schools about participating in the Choice Scholarship Program.

Choice Scholarship Annual Program Reports

Reports from 2015-2016* up through 2022-2023 are posted. (*Includes data back to 2011-2012)

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