EXCITING NEWS!

If Norwood City schools can get the funding from businesses, alumni, and parents we will be able to offer resident graduates of the Norwood City Schools up to 100 percent of their tuition and mandatory fees for four years at Ohio's public universities and community colleges.

Eligibility

All students who graduate from NCS, are resident in the district, and have been NCS students for at least four continuous years

Extent of Benefits

The tuition benefit will be awarded on a sliding scale based on the length of continuous enrollment in the Norwood City School System:

Years enrolled
scholarship
K-12 
100%
1-12
95%
2-12
95%
3*12
95%
4-12
90%
5-12
85%
6-12
80%
7-12
75%
8-12
70%
9-12
65%
10-12
None
11-12
None
Terms of scholarship
  1. Admitted to and enrolled at any public state of Ohio university or community college and:
    1. Making regular progress toward a degree or certification
    2. maintaining a 2.0 grade point average at the post-secondary institution
    3. completing a minimum of 12 credit hours
  2. If the GPA drops below 2.0 a student may be reinstated if he/she is able to bring their GPA back to at least 2.0

The above guidelines are based on "The Kalamazoo Promise." We hope to follow their example.

CONTACT us if you would like to help! All gifts / donations are tax deductible!

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What can happen if we get the program?

People who are interested in their child's education are going to move into our community and buy homes, rehab property, attract or start businesses, join churches and other associations, and generally elevate the status of the community.

Let us work together to see Norwood become again the most desirable city in Hamilton County to live, go to school, shop, and have a business. A desirable city is heavily reliant on the caliber of its school system and vice versa.

Very exciting news, yes?
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