Testing and grade reports received from schools indicate that CEO Scholars are improving and surpassing grade level expectations. Many continue on to attend private high schools, often receiving scholarships.
CEO student: “I thought CEO would like to know that I am now in the 9th grade and I will go to college and become a teacher. I am making my dream come true.”
What We Do and Who We Help
The Children’s Educational Opportunity Foundation of Connecticut provides equal access to K-8 accredited private schools by awarding one-half tuition up to a maximum of $2,100/year. Parents/guardians can choose the private school that best meets the needs of their child or children. Parents are responsible for the balance of the tuition.
Parents/guardians qualify if their income level is at or within 200% of the Federal Poverty Income Level for the size of their families. Residents of Bridgeport, East Hartford, Hartford, New Haven, and Waterbury, Connecticut may apply. However, CEO continues to explore opportunities to expand the number of Connecticut areas and families to serve.
K-8 Scholarships Now Available to Residents of Waterbury, Connecticut
The Children’s Educational Foundation of Connecticut, Inc. (CEO), a nonprofit organization that supports equal access to quality education, is pleased to announce the availability of scholarships to qualified residents of Waterbury, Connecticut.
For almost a quarter-century, the Children’s Educational Opportunity Foundation (CEO) has been serving Connecticut by providing matching scholarships so that even students from economically challenged families might be able to afford K-8 private-school educations.