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AIMS Scholarship: Full tuition for 2011, 2012 only–homeschoolers may qualify

The AIMS Scholarship is unique to Arizona high schoolers who attend Arizona State University, Univeristy of Arizona or northern Arizona University.  Homeschool students are currently included, and there is a small window this year to be eligible for a full tution waiver at the state schools.

One homeschool mom sent this query:

I would like to make sure I am understanding the AIMS scores and if my daughter, who is a homeschooled junior, might be able to receive scholarship money.  The AZBOR application is so daunting . . .

Here is the most recent information on the AIMS test, as of February 16, 2011, as posted on the Arizona Department of Education website.

  • Qualified students who graduate from high school in 2011 and 2012 will receive a full in-state university tuition scholarship valid beginning the first fall semester following graduation from an Arizona high school.
  • Qualified students who graduate from high school in 2013 and beyone will receive a 25% in-state university tuition scholarship

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