Take Stock in Children

Take Stock in Children is a mentorship and scholarship program in Santa Rosa County. Students selected to participate in our program are matched with a mentor and provided with resources and tools to succeed in high school and successfully transition to college. Students are required to maintain satisfactory grades, have good attendance, follow school rules, and commit to remaining drug/crime free. At graduation and completion of the program, students are awarded a 4-year Florida college tuition scholarship.

To be eligible to apply for our program, the student applicant must:

  • Attend a Santa Rosa County public school
  • Be a student in the 7th, 8th, or 9th grade
  • Be a US Citizen
  • Have a minimum 2.0 GPA
  • Demonstrate Financial Need
  • Be determined to succeed!!!

Now Accepting Applications for

2023 New Student Selection!

TSIC Information – 2022-2023 Application

Download and print: 2022-2023 -TSIC Student Application

New! Digital, fully online application through ScriptApp: TSIC 2022-3023 Online Application

Application Deadline:  December 9, 2022

Please return completed application through ONE of the following options:

• School Guidance Department
• Email to: TurnerMD@santarosa.k12.fl.us
• USPS Mail:
Take Stock in Children, Santa Rosa
6032 Hwy 90
Milton, FL 32570

Students in our program must demonstrate financial need by meeting the requirements set forth by Take Stock in Children.  Please refer to the Income Eligibility Guidelines below to see if your household is eligible.

Take Stock in Children – 2022-23 Income Eligibility

To be eligible to apply, all students must qualify under at least ONE of the options outlined below.  All applicants should provide 2021 IRS Form 1040 as verification of income.

  1. Free/Reduced Lunch Program (Table A) – Does not exceed Low-income limits as classified by USDA chart below.
  2. HUD Eligibility – does not exceed “very low-income” limits as outlined by HUD (Table B)
  3. Medicaid recipient
  4. SNAP or TANF recipient
  5. Other (Foster care, homeless student)

TABLE A

Take Stock in Children
2022-2023 Income Eligibility Guidelines
HOUSEHOLD SIZE ANNUALLY MONTHLY TWICE PER MONTH EVERY TWO WEEKS WEEKLY
1 23,828 1,986 993 917 459
2 32,227 2,686 1,343 1,240 620
3 40,626 3,386 1,693 1,563 782
4 49,025 4,086 2,043 1,886 943
5 57,424 4,786 2,393 2,209 1,105
6 65,823 5,486 2,743 2,532 1,266
7 74,222 6,186 3,093 2,855 1,428
8 82,621 6,886 3,443 3,178 1,589
For each additional family member, add 8399 700 350 324 162
Effective 7/1/22 to 6/30/23
Income Guidelines provided by USDA.gov

TABLE B

Qualifying Under HUD Very Low-Income Limits
County Name 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Santa Rosa 29,050 33,200 37,350 41,450 37,350 40,100 42,850 45,650

Our 2023 TSIC Selection Class will be announced no later than April 1, 2023.

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