Scholarships

Annual Scholarship

The PRF has distributed over $130,000.00 in micro-grant scholarships to partnered schools. We have assigned each of our Educational Partners an Advisory Panel responsible for deciding who of their students are academically and financially eligible to receive a scholarship. Since our inception, we have distributed 62 micro-grant scholarships. Learn more about our 2017 scholarships.

Become An Applicant

A detailed review will begin upon request. Please fill out our form or contact our Executive Directors to find out more.

Lab School

About the Baltimore Lab

At Baltimore Lab School, we know that every child can learn. Our role is to tap your son or daughter’s academic talents and discover how he or she learns best. With our non-traditional teaching methods and our innovative strategies, we help students enhance their academic strengths, compensate for their learning differences, self-advocate with confidence, and prepare for a rewarding Learn more about the Lab School of Baltimore.

About The Jemicy School

The Jemicy School educates talented and bright students with dyslexia or other related language- based learning differences by addressing both their intellectual strengths and their learning needs. More at www.JemicySchool.org

About The Odyssey School

The name represents the challenging personal journey that each child must undertake in his or her individual road to success. Every child who walks through Odyssey’s front door is a bright, intelligent and capable learner, and we recognize his or her many talents and gifts. More at www.TheOdysseySchool.org

About The Summit School

Summit was founded as a mission-driven school devoted to helping every child reach their full potential. The Summit School is a model program for bright students with dyslexia and other learning differences. Summit remains the only school in Anne Arundel County to serve this population of students exclusively. More at www.TheSummitSchool.org

Dyslexic Tutoring Program

The mission of the Dyslexia Tutoring Program is to teach low-income children and adults with dyslexia or a language-based learning disability to read. This is accomplished through a professional screening assessment and tutoring by volunteers whom we have trained in The Orton-Gillingham method of reading, writing, and spelling. For more information, please visit: www.dyslexiatutoringprogram.org/