A+ Program

What is the A+ Scholarship Program?
Graduates of Sullivan High School can qualify for a state-paid financial incentive to attend any public community college or career/technical school in Missouri through the A+ Scholarship Program. A+ students may also apply to receive A+ scholarships from various Missouri 4-year colleges (see Counseling Office for more details).  

Sullivan School District received designation as an A+ School from the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education in 2000. With the A+ Scholarship Program, students have more opportunities to explore various career options and start preparing for future workplace experiences.

Whether students are planning to go directly into the workplace upon graduation or continuing their education at college or a vocational/technical school, all students can benefit from the A+ Scholarship Program.

Student Eligibility

To be eligible for the financial incentives of the A+ School Program, a student must be certified as an A+ Student by Sullivan High School.  As the official representative of the A+ School Program with the Missouri Department of Higher Education, the A+ School Coordinator has the responsibility to determine whether Sullivan High School graduates meet the following certification criteria: 

  • Sign a Sullivan High School A+ Participation Agreement
  • Attend Sullivan High School or another A+ school for the three consecutive years prior to graduation from Sullivan High School
  • Maintain at least a 2.5 - 4 year grade point average
  • Maintain 95% - 4 year attendance record
  • Perform 50 hours of unpaid tutoring or mentoring for academically younger students
  • Maintain a record of good citizenship and avoidance of the unlawful use of drugs
  • Make a good faith effort to first secure all available federal post-secondary student financial assistance funds that do not require repayment
  • Achieve a score of proficient or advanced on the official Algebra I End of Course exam or achieve proficient or advanced on a higher level DESE approved EOC in the field of mathematics (ex. Geometry, Algebra II); or achieve a qualifying score as established annually by the CBHE on the ACT math subtest.


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