Strong Rock Christian School has partnered with Georgia Goal Scholarship Program, Inc. to provide scholarships to public school students who wish to attend Strong Rock Christian School. This scholarship is funded by donations to the Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program that are specifically earmarked for SRCS students.
Frequently Asked Questions
Am I eligible for the scholarship?
New students applying for the Goal Scholarship must be currently enrolled in a Georgia public school or be entering Pre-kindergarten 4 or Kindergarten.
Is the scholarship renewable each year?
Yes, but a new financial aid application must be submitted each year to maintain eligibility.
How much should I expect to receive?
Awards are based on household income, size, the number of students requesting assistance, and the availability of funds. Each applicant should expect to pay more than 60% of the total tuition amount, in addition to the enrollment ($250) and annual fee ($750). Applicants should submit their forms early for the best chance to receive an award.
Do I have to submit my admission application before applying for Goal?
Yes, your application must be submitted and application fee must be paid before being considered for an award.
How do I apply? Follow these simple steps:
Complete the Application process for acceptance (see Admission tab for instructions for our online application)
Provide FACTS with copies of your last years’ tax returns.
Provide SRCS with a copy of the final report card/transcript for each student OR a copy of the student’s birth certificate, ifentering Pre-k 4 or Kindergarten.
When will I find out if I have been granted an award?
Once all of the above items have been submitted, the financial aid committee will review your application and may grant an award based upon need and the availability of funds. The committee will notify you by mail or email of your award. Not all applicants will receive an award as there are more applicants than funds available. Priority is given to returning Goal Scholarship recipients.
All awards are between the school and the family and as such should be kept in strict confidentiality. Failure to maintain confidentiality may result in a student forfeiting their award.