Financial Assistance

Financial assistance is available for qualified families to help cover the costs of the Aramark food service plan for our Residential High School and the tuition costs for summer programs. Families that have received financial assistance in the past must reapply for financial assistance each year to be considered for aid. 

The Governor's School provides financial assistance for qualifying students with funding from the Governor's School Foundation, a private nonprofit organization that raises money to support the school. Learn more about the foundation's impact at SCGSAH.org/giving.

Who can apply for Financial Assistance?

Any accepted student can apply for financial assistance. This includes current students who are re-enrolling in the high school and students who are accepted for 2023 summer programs and the 2023-2024 school year.

2022-2023 Financial Assistance Timeline

May 1      Deadline to submit the application and supporting documentation
May 17    Financial Assistance Award Notifications for those who met the May 1 deadline

How do I apply for Financial Assistance? 

Upon acceptance, new Residential High School and summer students can for Financial Assistance through their Application Checklist by completing a form and submitting supporting documents.

Returning Residential High School students will be able to submit the application form and supporting documents in early February. 

Supporting Documentation Information

For those who receive SNAP or Unemployment
Current SNAP Verification (food stamps) and/or proof of unemployment

For all others
1. Copy of current Federal IRS 1040 Tax Form, completed and signed
2. Copy of current W-2s
3. (If applicable) Letter/document verifying current Medicaid enrollment