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FoundationContact InformationStudent Focus
Anabaptist Scholarship Foundation of VirginiaTodd Glenn asfofva@ email, com (540) 820-8633Students wishing to attend any Christian school statewide.
Anna Julia Cooper Scholarship FoundationLaura McGowan me go wanl@ai c es. or g (804) 477-5163 www. ai c es. or g/scholarshinStudents primarily from Richmond’s East End wishing to attend Anna Julia Cooper Episcopal School, Trinity Episcopal School, Church Hill Academy, and others.
Association of Christian Schools International Children’s Tuition FundJill FrerichsJill Frerichs@ACSI.org719-867-0247www.ChildrensTuitionFund.orgStudents wishing to attend ACSI-member schools and other Christian schools.
Atlantic Shores Tuition FoundationGary Carlson 757-479-9598
Big Prater Christian School Foundation, Inc.Chris Mitchell cmitchell@mmskids. org 276-597-2615
Capstone LegacyFoundation Scholarship ProgramDr. Alberta C. Wilson (610) 688-8890Students wishing to obtain a Christian K-12 education. Includes a parent engagement component.
Chesapeake Bay Academy Educational FoundationCami Best-Jones cbestiones@cba-va.org757-497-6200, x. 1424 www.Cba-va.orgStudents with learning disabilities wishing to attend Chesapeake Bay Academy or another similar school offering individualized instruction plans.
Chesterfield Innovative Academy for Girls Scholarship FoundationAudrey Smithaudrevsmith@chesterfieldinnovatiStudents who want to attend a girls’ school, and students who wish to attend St. Andrews School and Anna Julia Cooper EpiscopalSchool in Richmond.
veacademvfor girls. or g804-380-8242
Church Hill Activities and Tutoring Scholarship FundJackie Womom Griggs i ackie. griggs@chatrichmond.org804-644-0518Students primarily from the East End, grades 9-12 seeking, to attend ChurchHill Academy, and students of all ages seeking private education in the City of Richmond.
Community Foundation of Harrisonburg and Rockingham CountyAnn Siciliano 540-432-3863 www.tcfhr.orgPrimarily students residing in Harrisonburg City and Rockingham County
Compassion FoundationPaul Miklich (703) 670-8481pmikhch@christchapel.orgStudents seeking to attend schools that belong to ACTS (Association of Christian Teachers & Schools) in Virginia
Diocese of Arlington Scholarship FoundationJeanne Combosi 841-2764htto://www.arlinstondiocese.ore/catholicschools/ScStudents wishing to attend a Catholic school in theDiocese of Arlington
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Dunlap-Garrick Christian Community FoundationTracey Trimyer (757) 489-2347 mtrimyer@cox.netStudents in the HamptonRoads area wishing to attend Norfolk Christian School or another Christ-Centered school in the area.
Elijah House AcademyElizabeth Kelleckell@elii 755-7051 www.eliiahhouseacademv.orgStudents wishing to attend Elijah HouseAcademy and other Christ-centered schools in the city of Richmond.
Faith First Educational Assistance CorporationDr. Alberta C. Wilson 870-9454Students seeking to obtain a Christian K-12 education. Includes a parental engagement component.
Fishbume-Hudgins Educational Foundation(540) 946-7700
Foundation for Educational & Developmental OpportunityJami VerderosaJami.Verderosa@morrisonschool.orgAulikki Brandt admin(a)morrisonschool.org276-669-2823Students from southwest Virginia and surrounding areas with learning differences that wish to attend Morrison School and others to receive an individualized education.
Great Aspirations Scholarship ProgramBrenda Jackson bi ackson(2), grasp4 Virginia. com(804) 527-7718Students who attend VCPE-accredited schools.Preference given to students with disabilities.
Hampton Roads Academy Scholarship Foundation(757) 884-9152
Hampton RoadsCommunity Foundation(757) 622-7951
Hargrave Foundation(434) 432-2583
Jackson-Field Homes Gwaltney SchoolTod Balsbaugh tbalsbaugh(a)i acksonfeild.org804-354-6929www.jacksonfeild.orgScholarships for students with severe mental health disorders/substance abuse issues both handicapped and non-handicapped students needing to attend residential school.
Liberty ChristianAcademy, Inc.Kristi Jennings kdj ennings@liberty. edu (434) 592-4960 www. lcabulldo gs. com
Lunenberg-N otto way Educational FoundationMike Waddellmwaddell(a),
McMahon Parater Scholarship FoundationJoyce Schreiberi 622-5190 www. mcmahonparater. or gStudents wishing to attend one of 29 Catholic schools in the Diocese of Richmond, which extends from Bristol, VA to Virginia Beach, VA.
New Covenant Schools Scholarship FundDayna 847-8313Students in the Lynchburg area wishing to receive a classical, Christian education.
Norfolk Collegiate Educational FoundationScott Kennedyskenned v@JLorfolkcolle giate. or g757-480-2348www.norfolkcollegiate.orgProviding educational assistance for academically qualified students who wish to attend Norfolk Collegiate School, and other independent schools in the Norfolk area.
North Cross SchoolMike Waddell
NRV Christian Scholarship FoundationTerri 838-1948Students wishing to attend Pathway Christian Academy and other schools in the Christiansburg area.
Park Place SchoolAimee Phillips (757) 624-3473 www.parkplaceschool.orgStudents who are not thriving in their current school setting. Students with challenges that are causing barriers to learning.
Potomac Conference Education FundSeth Savoy 641-8055Students desiring to receive a Christian education from any of fourteen Virginia Seventh-day Adventist schools.
Precious BlessingsAcademy Scholarship FoundationLois Bias (804) 232-7180www.preciousblessingacademv.orgStudents residing in the Richmond area wishing to attend Precious Blessings Academy and otherRichmond area schools.
RenewanationCurtis Cornell (540) 890-8900 eligible children in Virginia the opportunity to receive Christian worldview education.
Richmond Jewish FoundationDr. Robert Nomberg robert@ri foundation, org (804) 545-8656 http ://www.ri foundation.orgStudents wishing to attend Jewish and other eligible schools in Virginia.
St. Andrew’s SchoolAshley Landes (804) 648-4952 www.St-Andrews-School.orgStudents in K-5 living at or below 200% of the federal poverty level and wishing to attend St. Andrew’s School, Anna Julia Cooper Episcopal School, or other independent schools in the greater Richmond area.
Southside Community Development & Housing CorporationDianna Bowser dianna@scdhc. com(804) 231-4449 www.scdhc.comStudents residing in metropolitan Richmond city.
Rural EducationFoundationBetty Ingram 434-392-4131www.fuquaschool.comStudents from ruralSouthside Virginia seeking an independent school education at a Virginia Association of Independent Schools accredited school.”
The CommunityFoundation of the Rappahannock RiverRegionAli Thomas 540-373-9292 ext 124Ali. Thomas(a)cfrrr. or sPrimarily students residing in City of Fredericksburg,Counties of Caroline, King George, Spotsylvania and Stafford.The Nansemond- Suffolk Academy Educational FoundationAngie Thompson athomDson(S)nsacademv. orsTidewater JewishFoundationRandy ParrishrDarrish(2)ui ft. or 2(757) 965-6111 www. i e wishva. ors/ti f- aboutStudents residing in the Tidewater area wishing to attend local Jewish schools.
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