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Appendix E: Scholarship Projections for the 2013-2014 School Year

# in Family
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Award %
Family (unadjusted) Gross Income Range
$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 39%
$18,751 $23,184 $27,597 $32,013 $36,431 $37,262 $38,085 $38,910 $39,747 34%
$21,447 $26,494 $31,541 $36,588 $41,634 $42,580 $43,527 $44,472 $45,419 29%
$24,128 $29,807 $35,482 $41,162 $46,839 $47,904 $48,966 $50,031 $51,098 24%
$29,489 $36,428 $43,370 $50,293 $57,248 $58,547 $59,849 $61,149 $62,452 20%
$34,851 $43,051 $51,256 $59,455 $67,656 $69,193 $70,732 $72,268 $73,807 16%
$40,213 $49,675 $59,140 $68,601 $78,065 $79,838 $81,612 $83,385 $85,163 12%
$45,575 $56,301 $67,025 $77,749 $88,473 $90,481 $92,495 $94,505 $96,517 8%
$50,937 $62,925 $74,910 $86,896 $98,882 $101,126 $103,378 $105,263 $107,869 6%
$56,927 $70,325 $83,719 $97,115 $110,511 $113,018 $115,535 $118,050 $120,554 0%


Note:  Actual awards may be higher or lower and are determined by the number of families eligible for assistance, and the amount of funds available. 

Example: If a family of 5 people is supported by a total gross income of $57,000.00, then the projected scholarship award would be 20% of the usual tuition charges for enrolled children in that family. If the actual award turned out to be 16%, then this family would only have to pay 84% of the usual tuition.