Bright Futures Scholarships

Could you explain the basic guidelines for the Florida Bright Futures Scholarship for home educated children?

 

Bright Futures Scholarships, for home education students, require that the student be registered with the county (under the Home Ed. statutes) for both their 11th & 12th grade years. Your best reference would be this page: http://www.floridastudentfinancialaid.org/ssfad/bf/pdf/BFHomeEdManual.pdf, which states:

Students Completing a Home Education Program

All home-educated students must meet the general requirements for the Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program, except the requirement to earn a standard Florida high school diploma. In lieu of the diploma, all home-educated students must be registered with the district in which they reside for grades 11 and 12.

For the Florida Academic Scholars award, a home-educated student must provide official documentation of:

(1) - community service must be served outside of the home

(2) - a student cannot receive monetary compensation for community service

(3) - documentation must be provided on letterhead of the business or organization served

For the Florida Medallion Scholars award, a home-educated student must provide official documentation of:

For home educated students who cannot document a college preparatory curriculum of the 16 required core courses in a public or private school, dual enrollment or FLVS,  the student can earn a higher test score of 1220 SAT or 27 ACT and meet the examination score requirement.

For home educated students who cannot document a college preparatory curriculum of the 16 required core courses in a public or private school, dual enrollment or FLVS,  the student can earn a higher test score of 1220 SAT or 27 ACT and meet the examination score requirement.

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