COVID-19 Update regarding A+ Program eligibility for the Class of 2020 – The Algebra 1 EOC requirement is waived for all 2020 high school seniors, including those who have already taken the exam but did not meet the requirement, as well as, those who have not yet taken the exam. Waiver of this requirement also exempts the 2020 seniors from having to meet the ACT math subscore/high school GPA alternative. High school seniors are still expected to meet all other A+ Program eligibility requirements. This applies to Seniors graduating in May of 2020 only. All other grade levels will still be expected to meet the math requirement for eligibility.
What is the A+ Program?
The A+ Scholarship Program provides scholarship funds to eligible graduates of A+ designated high schools who attend a participating public community college or vocational/technical school, or certain private two-year vocational/technical schools. The information on this page is effective for the 2018-2019 academic year, unless otherwise noted.
A+ Program Eligibility
Students must meet all the requirements below in order to participate in the A+ Program.
If I didn’t achieve a score of proficient or advanced on the Algebra 1 EOC, can I still be eligible for A+?
Students that do not achieve a score of proficient or advanced on the Algebra 1 EOC, still may have the opportunity to be eligible for A+. The students ACT Math score can be used to meet the math requirement for eligibility. Use the table below to determine the ACT math score needed to maintain A+ eligibililty.
|ACT Math Score||High School GPA|
|17 or greater||and||2.5 or greater|
|16||and||2.8 or greater|
|15||and||3.0 or greater|
The A+ School Participation Agreement form can be found here.
Need more information about the A+ Program? Click here.
For a list of A+ eligible schools, click here.
Scholarships available to A+ Students, click here