Application Deadline - March 31 (Kindergarten only)
The RSA Scholarship is a partnership between the Nicholas Sparks Foundation and The Epiphany School of Global Studies. If a student is awarded this scholarship, it will follow him/her throughout the K-12 education at Epiphany.
Click here to learn about the eligibility guidelines. To apply, check the RSA box on the application.
For applicants applying to a private school for the first time; offered by the state of N.C. To apply for the scholarship go to their website at www.ncseaa.edu.
To qualify for the Opportunity Scholarship, students must be attending a public school and want to transfer to a private school.
For more information go to www.ncseaa.edu and click on K-12 Grants and Opportunity Scholarship. There is a Household Income Worksheet to see if you would qualify for the scholarship.
Application Deadline - April 15 (Preference for Grades 6-12)
The Epiphany School of Global Studies collaborates with the FACTS Tuition Management website when making financial aid decisions.
FACTS is a web-based, independent financial aid service for independent schools that require specific financial information as part of a process that will help to inform the decision on how much a family can fairly afford, such as:
Once “affordability" is established, the information is forwarded to the family. The school also receives the information and makes an evaluation based on three factors:
An offer is then submitted to the family. Click here for a link to the FACTS website.
The Epiphany School of Global Studies will offer Tuition Assistance to a limited number of students, with preference for students entering grades 6-12 on a financial needs basis. The maximum award is limited to 50% of the tuition.
Interested applicants can apply for Tuition Assistance through FACTS Management. To obtain more information please call Molly Ostmann at 252-638-0122 Ext: 125
In early May a committee made up of the Head of School, Director of Finance, and other members of the Leadership Team will meet to determine the following year’s recipients based on a set of criteria including financial need (as determined by FACTS).