The Eddy Scholarship Council's mission is to support student learning at The Eddy Middle School, located in Newry, Maine.
"The Eddy Middle School provides a unique classical and experiential educational experience that allows middle school students to test and refine the best expression of their true nature."
Follow the link below to learn more about The Eddy Middle School.
Please use the financial aid application below for students entering the 6th through the 8th grades and wishing to attend The Eddy Middle School in Newry, Maine.
PLEASE BEAR IN MIND AND BE SENSITIVE TO THE FACT THAT FINANCIAL RESOURCES AVAILABLE FOR ASSISTANCE ARE LIMITED AND ARE ALLOCATED TO ALL FAMILIES WHO QUALIFY.
Please also be aware that per The Eddy Middle School policy, all families must personally contribute a minimum of $2500 in funds, or services to be determined by The Eddy Middle School, regardless of financial aid.
By submitting this application, you are certifying that all information listed on this application is true to the best of your knowledge.
We also encourage you to check out http://www.mecsf.org/. Families of The Eddy School have had great success receiving substantial scholarships from this resource. It is a first come-first served award, so we encourage you to apply as soon as possible. You can always decline the award if your situation changes. “We offer scholarships to low-income Maine families who send their child to a public, private or homeschool. Scholarships are available for students in kindergarten through twelfth grade as long as funds are available. Families must meet the Federal Free and Reduced Lunch Income guidelines to qualify. Parental involvement in the education of children is a critical element of success. By directly contributing to the education of their children, families affirm their vital stake in that education. Accordingly, our Fund offers no more than 75 percent of tuition, up to a cap of $1700; the remainder of the cost is arranged between the parent or guardian, and the school. MCSF is committed to continuing to provide scholarships to recipients as long as they live in the State of Maine, continue to demonstrate financial need, meet all deadlines and follow the program guidelines, and as long as funds are available.