Yes.

CSF-Oregon accepts scholarship applications from families residing anywhere in the state of Oregon.

Scholarships are for K-8.

CSF-Oregon scholarships may be used for tuition at any legally operating private or parochial elementary school or for qualifying homeschool expenses. Because charter schools are public schools, CSF-Oregon scholarships cannot be used to attend a charter school.

The maximum scholarship awarded per child is $2,000 per year.

Scholarships are partial only. Parents are responsible for the remaining tuition and must pay at least $500 in tuition themselves. Scholarships do not cover fees or books.

You do not need to provide any financial information to be on the waiting list. The table below is provided as a guide to help you estimate whether your family is likely to be eligible. If your income is near the cutoff for your household size, or your income changes from year to year, it is fine to be on the waiting list if you are over the income limit.

Fill out and return the Waiting List Application for your child.

Parents on the waiting list will be contacted in order as spaces open for new applicants.

English Waiting List Application

Solicitud de lista de espera en espaƱol

How are scholarships awarded?

CSF-Oregon relies on private donations for the number of scholarships awarded each year. CSF-Oregon awards scholarships each school year to students entering Kindergarten through grade 8. Priority is given to returning scholarship recipients and their siblings, new applicants entering Kindergarten, and new applicants currently attending public schools, who intend to transfer to a private school.

Children do not need to be school-aged to add them to the waiting list. CSF-Oregon tries to offer scholarships to the whole family as funding allows, but first priority is given to Kindergarteners and to students entering private school for the first time.