Who is eligible?
A student is eligible for the Succeed Scholarship Program if the student:

Is currently enrolled in a public school district and has been for at least one full school year (Active duty military exempt and individual waivers available)

Has an Individualized Education Program (IEP), Individualized Service Plan (ISP), or qualifying medical diagnosis from a licensed physician as a child with a disability under 20 U.S.C. 1401(3)(A)

Has been accepted for admission to an approved private school

What does it do?

Provides a scholarship for over $6,800 to cover private school tuition and fees for K-12 education.

How do I apply?

Complete the Student Scholarship Application below and return it to The Reform Alliance at


Is your school eligible?
A school is eligible for the Succeed Scholarship Program if:

It is accredited or in the process of accreditation by ANSAA, AdvancedED, and American Montessori Society

Employs or contracts with at least one teacher who holds a current, valid standard license in special education issued by the Arkansas State Board of Education

Demonstrates fiscal soundness by being in operation for one year, providing a statement by a certified public accountant, or providing a surety bond or letter of credit.

How does it work?

The Reform Alliance will issue checks monthly for each student. The parent must sign and endorse the check to the school for payment to be processed.

How do I apply?

Complete the Private School Application below and return it to The Reform Alliance at

The Arkansas General Assembly passed the Succeed Scholarship Program in the 2015 Legislative Session. The bill itself with all of the Rules and Language, that can fully explain the conditions of the program can be found here: House Bill 1552. You can also read more about the passage of funding for the Succeed Scholarship from Excel in Ed hereIf you have any questions about the program or would like more information, please contact our office at