The Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) has officially notified the Harrisburg School District that at least one or more of its schools has been identified as a low-achieving school enabling students residing within the boundaries of these schools the opportunity to apply for a scholarship to attend a participating public or non-public school.
The following are the school(s) within the district designated as low achieving:
- 1. Harrisburg High School
- 2. Benjamin Franklin School
- 3. Camp Curtin School
- 4. Cougar Academy
- 5. Downey School
- 6. Foose School
- 7. Marshall School
- 8. Melrose School
- 9. Rowland School
- 10. Scott School
Directions to Apply for Opportunity Scholarship: www.newpa.com/ostc.
NOTE: Scholarships are awarded by an approved opportunity scholarship organization and not by the Harrisburg School District.
Parental Responsibilities: Under the program, parents are responsible for contacting and enrolling their students in a participating public or nonpublic school.