WI Special Needs Scholarship Program (SNSP)
Students can apply for the 2021-22 school year from July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022.
2021-22 info coming when the WI Department of Public Instruction (DPI) publishes updates.
The state of Wisconsin currently offers a Special Needs Scholarship Program (SNSP) through a number of private schools across the state. FVL was accepted into this program for 2020-21.
Students with a disability are welcome at Fox Valley Lutheran High School. Enrollment in the Special Education program requires an Individual Education Plan (IEP), an Individual Service Plan (ISP), a Private School Services Plan (PSSP), or 504 Plan. FVL will work to meet the needs of each student with a disability on an individual basis, by following--to the best of our ability--the accommodations and modifications listed in the student’s IEP, ISP, PSSP, or 504 Plan.
- The enrollment process as administered by the Wisconsin DPI is similar to the process used in the Wisconsin Parental Choice Program (WPCP).
- A state-mandated application process is followed, but there is no family income requirement.
- Students enrolled in the SNSP program receive a $12,000 scholarship voucher (2020-21)
- Once granted, the SNSP scholarship remains in place until the student graduates from high school or turns 21.
- Students in this program are eligible for busing services.
- If the student is determined to no longer have a disability, the child can continue at the school with a scholarship equal to the amount that student would receive under the WPCP program.
- As a participating school, FVL needs to annually declare the number of seats or spaces available to students in its SNSP program.
Accepted documents for proof of residency
- Preferred (if applicable) - Property Tax Statement
- Current Wage Statement (can be year end W2)
- Current water, gas, or electric bill (dated within the last 90 days)
- Current lease agreement
FVL Program Contact
For more information or if you have questions, please use the below contact information to make an appointment to discuss your student’s needs.