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About the program: Education Tax Credit (ETC) scholarships allow New Hampshire students who are struggling in their current public school to attend a private school, online school, or homeschool that is a better fit for them and their learning needs. ETC scholarships can also be used to attend out-of-district public schools.

Who is eligible?

1. You must be a New Hampshire resident.

2. You must have a child/children between the ages of 5 and 20 who has not graduated from high school and entering Kindergarten or 1st grade for the first time OR entering 2nd-12th grades and coming from a public school.

3. Your household income must not exceed 300% of the federal poverty level. See income chart below.

How to apply

Applications for Education Tax Credit scholarships for the 2022-23 school year are now CLOSED for new families. If your family used an ETC scholarship in 2021-22, please click the Returning ETC Families button below.

New ETC applications for 2023-24 will open in March, 2023.

Please note: If you are a new or returning family and have already started an ETC application for 2022-23, we will process your application and follow up if further documentation or information is needed.

Please remember:

  • You will only be eligible for a scholarship award when the online application is completed and all of your supporting income documents have been processed by CSFNH.
  • Supporting documents must be submitted in a PDF format. Please do not upload your income documents as pictures or videos.

Scholarship details

We provide ETC scholarships for New Hampshire students who are struggling in their current public school to allow them to attend a school that is a better fit for them and their learning needs. Scholarships are awarded to students based on the metrics in the Education Tax Credit law, financial need (income and family size), and funds raised for tuition for a private school (listed here), an out-of-district public school, online school, or for homeschooling expenses. Submitting an application is not a guarantee of an award. Families are notified if they are awarded scholarships.

How are scholarships funded?

CSF is a 501c3 nonprofit charity scholarship organization funded by contributions from individuals and businesses. All donations are tax-deductible. When a business contributes to CSF, they can be awarded an 85% tax credit against BET/BPT, their New Hampshire business income taxes. Individuals can receive an 85% tax credit against their Interest and Dividends Tax (I&D). For more information, please visit our Donate page.