Educational Savings Accounts
Education savings accounts (ESAs) allow parents to withdraw their children from public district or charter schools and receive a deposit of public funds into government-authorized savings accounts with restricted, but multiple, uses.
If you’re making your curriculum purchase using ESA funds, you can now purchase Sonlight through the programs below. Choose your state to get started.
Use your ESA funds to get your entire homeschool year in one easy package! History, math, science, and more—all scheduled and planned out for you. Just open and go!
The Empowerment Scholarship Account (ESA) program from the Arizona Department of Education gives eligible parents public funding to pursue flexible options for customizing their children's education.
Intended to expand educational opportunity outside of the public school system, it provides public funding for a wide range of personalized education expenses, including private school tuition, tutoring services, textbooks and more.
Step Up For Students
Family Empowerment Scholarship families can now visit the MyScholarShop to purchase educational materials from Sonlight.
MyScholarShop was launched as a way to give FL Educational Savings Account families a one-stop online shopping experience to meet their students’ needs. MyScholarShop allows families to shop for pre-approved instructional materials and curriculum without having to pay out of pocket.
Odyssey + Idaho = Empowering Parents
Odyssey supports Education Savings Accounts (ESAs) and microgrant programs and enables states to administer the programs transparently, approve purchases quickly, and track all financial transactions.
Odyssey makes it as easy as possible for parents to register, apply and get funded. Get started today!
Children's Scholarship Fund
Education Freedom Accounts (EFA) are grants from the State of New Hampshire, administered by Children’s Scholarship Fund, made available to families with incomes at or below 300 percent of the poverty level to spend on their children’s education, including tuition at the school of their choice, tutoring, classes, online learning programs, educational supplies, technology, and other educational expenses.
Ohio Afterschool Child Enrichment Educational Savings Program
The Ohio Afterschool Child Enrichment (ACE) Educational Savings Account program provides funds to a student’s parent or guardian to use on various enrichment and educational activities. The program is being offered through a contract between Merit International, Inc. and the Ohio Department of Education.
The ACE Educational Savings Account program provides qualifying families with a $1,000 credit that can be used to pay for a variety of enrichment activities that will accelerate learning for students impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.