What Is the McKay Scholarship?
The McKay Scholarship Program is a state funded program which allows parents of students with disabilities, who have an Individual Education Plan (IEP) or and active 504 Plan, to choose the academic setting that is best for their child’s educational needs. Eligible students may attend a participating private school, or may be able to attend another public school in their home district or a neighboring district.
This quick reference guide provides information concerning eligibility and application process for the McKay Scholarship program.
This link will direct you to the McKay Scholarship Parent page where you can find important information and apply for the McKay Scholarship.
This link will provide you with all the private schools in Lake County that accept the McKay Scholarship.
This is the Lake County School Board form for parents who wish to enroll their child in a public "out of zone" school using a McKay Scholarship.
District Contact for McKay Scholarship
Sharon Rodgers, Program Specialist