Clark School, a private independent school founded in 1978 to provide a unique and individualized approach to education, announces a FREE tuition program exclusively available for children living in Rowley and Ipswich, Massachusetts.
“Since moving to Rowley in 2014, the towns of Rowley and Ipswich have been extremely welcoming. We are now in a position to show our appreciation to the community by offering FREE tuition for 4 students in Grades K or 1 and FRE tuition for 4 students in Grades 2 or 3.”
– Head of School Jeff Clark
The FREE tuition offer is only available to children living in Rowley or Ipswich.
Students must be new to Clark School and complete the standard admission process to be eligible for enrollment.
Accepted students may reapply for the program each year through third grade provided they still live in Rowley or Ipswich and are successfully meeting school requirements.
Clark School offers FREE tuition program:
The Daily News of Newburyport
Pioneer Valley Transit Authority (PVTA) will start offering FREE bus travel to seniors on Tuesdays starting in July.
The two-year pilot program is called Senior Fare FREE Tuesday and will be available on fixed bus routes.
According to Brandy Pelletier with PVTA, the goals are to increase ridership and help seniors be more independent.
“With the increase in fares that we had, we heard a lot that seniors aren’t able to get out as much, because they can’t afford it. We also tried to incorporate it on the days that stores in the area have their senior discount, so that’s why we chose to do it on Tuesday.”
Pioneer Valley Transit Authority (PVTA) oversees and coordinates public transportation in the Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts. Currently the PVTA offers fixed-route bus service as well as paratransit service for the elderly and disabled.
PVTA was created by Chapter 161B of the Massachusetts General Laws in 1974. It is based in Springfield, Massachusetts and serves Hampden, Hampshire, and Franklin counties.
PVTA Will Offer FREE Bus Fare To Seniors On Tuesdays Starting In July
New England Public Radio
High school students in Boston will be able to attend Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology (BFIT), Boston, Massachusetts without having to pay the cost of tuition.
BFIT, a college of engineering and industrial technologies based in the South End, is the first private school to participate in the city’s Tuition-FREE Community College program, which serves more than 300 students at Roxbury, Bunker Hill and MassBay community colleges.
To be eligible, students must be
1. Boston residents
2. Graduated from a high school in the city
3. Graduated as a METCO student or earned their GED
4. Eligible for a Pell Grant and
5. Meet guidelines for having a low to moderate household income
Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology to offer FREE tuition to high school students in Boston