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Thanks to a growing number of scholarship programs, a Christian education at Calvary is more accessible than ever for all families!


Download your parent financial packet below and schedule your campus visit to see how we can make this life-changing experience a reality.



Ed Choice Scholarships

 The following students are eligible to apply for an EdChoice scholarship

• Those enrolled in and attending EdChoice public school buildings in their districts of residence.

• Students enrolled in and attending community schools who would otherwise be assigned to EdChoice public school buildings.

• Students enrolled in and attending public schools in their districts of residence who would be assigned to EdChoice public school buildings for the upcoming year.

• Student enrolling in Ohio schools for the first time who would be assigned to EdChoice public school buildings.

• Students eligible to enter kindergarten in fall of 2022 (and who will be 5 years old by January 1, 2023) who would be assigned to EdChoice public school buildings.

• Incoming 9th-12th graders who would be assigned to EdChoice public school buildings regardless of where they attended school the previous year.

• Students whose sibling received a traditional EdChoice Scholarship in the preceding year.

• Students entering grades K-4 who would be assigned to EdChoice public school buildings regardless of where they attended school the previous year.

• Students who previously received an Autism or Jon Peterson Scholarship but no longer qualify because they no longer need special education services.

• Students who are foster children.

• Students who reside in a certified foster home.

• Students placed with a guardian, legal custodian or in kinship care; 2022-2023 EdChoice Scholarship Program Fact Sheet Page 2 | EdChoice Scholarship Fact Sheet | January 2022.

• Students who resided in the same household as a student who was placed with a guardian, legal custodian or in kinship care for at least 45 consecutive days.

• Students who reside in the household of another for at least 45 days and but for not living there would have been homeless.

• Students who resided in a household with a student who would have been homeless (see previous criteria) for at least 45 consecutive days.

All K5-12th grade students now qualify for an Ed Choice Expansion Scholarship! Use the resources below to determine the scholarship you will receive.  All K5-12th students will qualify, you can use the steps below in the "New Applicants Process" to start your application today.



New Applicants Process

These documents should be given or emailed to Missy Carl

1.The parent must create an OH ID account through Ohio Department of Education website.
2.Ed Choice application per child (online-do not do paper copy) use editable PDF on website. Save each document.

3.Birth certificate per child
4.Address verification (check app for acceptable forms ex: utility bill) *The service and billing address must both be listed. be sure to read through the link.
5. Custody forms if children are not placed with biological parents.

Families must submit the following through their own OH ID account
1. Income verification: watch the video on the app. 2022 tax returns or recent pay stubs are viable options for verifying your household income.
2. Families must sign an acceptance letter at the school once they are awarded the scholarship. 

Questions can be directed to Missy Carl at


Renewal Process

Please email the renewal form + utility bill to or bring in completed paper copies.  

Steps to renewing your Ed Choice Scholarship for the next school year
1. Must complete the Ed Choice Renewal Form
2. Must verify your address by providing us with your current utility bill. This bill must list the service address and physical address.


Jon Peterson Scholarships

What is the Jon Peterson scholarship?

The Jon Peterson Special Needs (JPSN) Scholarship Program provides scholarships to students who are eligible to attend kindergarten through 12th grade and have an Individualized Education Program (IEP) from their district. The amount of each scholarship will be based on the primary disability condition identified on the student's Evaluation Team Report (ETR) and will not exceed $27,000. Students must be enrolled in the scholarship program for the entire program year to receive the full scholarship amount. The steps below will detail the application process.

All forms should be sent to Dr. Bragg at

Step 1: Complete the Jon Peterson Student Application found below.

Step 2: Must verify address by providing us with current utility bill (within 90 days). This bill must list service address and physical address. 

Step 3: Must provide CCS with a copy of the student's birth certificate.


K-12th Families that don't qualify for the Full Ed-Choice amount may apply for financial aid through our SGO account & our Calvary Financial Aid account.


  • Apply for an SGO Scholarship: This application is NOW open until JULY 15th, 2024, and does not have an application fee. You can apply here
    • OCEN will announce award recipients on April 10th for the first application window and July 15th for the second. These scholarships are applied to the 2024-2025 school year. These awards will go to the students’ accounts at their schools by the beginning of the fall term.
  • Click here to give to our SGO scholarship! The NEW DEADLINE is APRIL 15th to give for the 2023 tax year.
  • Apply for Calvary Financial Aid: This application is completed through FACTS and has a $35 application fee. This application window opens on February 1st.