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We are an approved Ohio ACE provider!

Most families qualify for $1,000!

What is Ohio ACE?

The Ohio Afterschool Child Enrichment (ACE) Educational Savings Account program provides qualifying families with a $1,000 credit per child. These funds can be used to pay for a variety of educational activities, including dance tuition.

Eligible Students

The ACE Educational Savings Account program is available to any Ohio child ages 6 to 18 years old (who hasn’t graduated from high school) who meets at least one of the three conditions below:

    Children residing in districts identified as having a high rate of chronic absenteeism or have one or more schools identified as EdChoice eligible qualify for an ACE Educational Savings Account.

A complete list of eligible Ohio school districts for the 2023-24 school year

is available here:  2023-24 Eligible School Districts

    Children who reside in a household with an Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) at or below 400% of the federal poverty level based on the household’s most recent federal income tax return qualify for an ACE Educational Savings Account.

                    A complete explanation of income-based eligibility is available here:

2023-24 Income Eligibility - Gross Annual Income 400% Above Federal Poverty Guidelines


      Children who are part of a family that participates in programs such as Medicaid, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program        (SNAP), Ohio Works First (OWF) or other income-based government assistance programs with eligibility at or below 400% of        the federal poverty level, qualify for an ACE Educational Savings Account.



Follow this link to apply:  OHIO ACE  APPLICATION FOR FAMILIES

This program is available to new and existing Wildfire families!

Families could receive approximately $111 per month in tuition reimbursement for each child enrolled at Wildfire Dance Studio!

Tell your friends and family!

This is a great opportunity for new dancers to try our program!

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