The A+ Scholarship Program was created as a part of the Outstanding Schools Act of 1993 as an incentive for improving Missouri’s high schools. The primary goal of the A+ Scholarship Program is to ensure that all students who graduate from Missouri high schools are well prepared to pursue advanced education and/or employment.
The A+ Scholarship Program is designed to accomplish that imperative. “The A+ Scholarship Program will mobilize an intensive partnership among high schools, community colleges, students, teachers, parents, labor, businesses, and communities to give these students the motivation, skills, and knowledge to graduate from high school. It will create an innovative and well-designed path from high school to high skill, high wage jobs.”
Students that complete A+ are eligible for 2-years tuition* at any MO vocational/technical school or community college. Many MO 4-year universities offer scholarships based on A+ criteria as well.
Disclaimer: All funding and requirements for the A+ Scholarship Program are contingent upon yearly renewal and appropriations by the Missouri General Assembly.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are answers to frequently asked questions you may have about the A+ Program.
- Is it possible for A+ to pay for dual credit courses while at Park Hill?
- What types of activities are eligible for A+ hours?
- My child needs an A+ tutor, how can we request one?
- Is it possible for A+ to pay for summer school if my child is planning to attend a four-year university in the fall?
- Can my child use A+ funds in January as a mid-year graduate?
- What is the GPA requirement?
- Can you tell me more about the 95% attendance minimum?
- What is the citizenship requirement?
- What is the Algebra I EOC requirement?