-- A Huntsville private school is hosting an informational meeting later this month for parents wanting information about full scholarships under the Alabama Accountability Act.
The is hosting the meeting at 7 p.m. April 17 at the Richard Showers Center. is located at 4600 Blue Spring Road in north Huntsville.
According to a news release from Country Day, officials from Scholarships for Kids will be on hand to explain the application process, give information on need-based qualifications and answer parents' questions. is a nonprofit group that serves as a state-approved scholarship granting organization under the Accountability Act.
The school will accept 45 scholarship students in Grades K-6, the news release said, with first priority going to children entering kindergarten who are zoned for "failing" schools in the fall. Second priority will go to those students' siblings currently in the first through fifth grade.
In Huntsville, schools on the "failing" list include Dawson, Lakewood and Martin Luther King Jr. elementary schools, Chapman, Davis Hills, Ed White and Westlawn middle schools and Butler and Johnson high schools.
Nominations by teachers, pastors and other adults should be made by April 14, the news release said. Finalized applications must be turned in to the school by April 21.
Scholarship recipients will be notified over the summer.
For more information, visit or contact school Registrar Stacie Naff at 256-837-5266 or by email at .
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