Does Your Family Qualify for $1k for Music Lessons?

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Joseph Barker

Joseph is co-founder of Musicologie.

Did you know that the state of Ohio is giving qualifying families $1,000 PER CHILD for after school enrichment activities like music lessons? That’s right, The Ohio Afterschool Child Enrichment (ACE) Educational Savings Account program provides funds for a variety of educational and enrichment activities. Ohio children ages 6-18 who meet income requirements can receive up to $1,000 per child to spend on activities like music lessons at Musicologie!

It’s easy to apply, and the income requirements aren’t strict. For example if you’re a family of four, you can earn up to $111,000 per year and qualify to receive $1000 per child.

At Musicologie we have many students who have qualified and are enjoying music lessons right now paid for through their ACE funds. It’s totally worth it to apply for funding.

How to Apply For ACE Ohio Funding

  1. Visit The ACE How to Apply Page & Step by Step Enrollment Guide for Parents.
  2. Complete the application. This involves creating an Ohio/ID Account.
  3. Sign up with Merit. After completing the application (the entire process may take up to 2 weeks), qualifying families will receive an email from Merit notifying them to sign up to receive access to account funds. 

How to Use Your ACE Funds for Music Lessons at Musicologie 

  1. Sign up for lessons here. You can use funds for any of our programs: Musicologie JuniorPrivate Lessons, Accelerated Lab or RockStars.
  2. Download your receipts from your Musicologie account and submit to ACE for reimbursement. 

It’s super simple – we have LOTS of families taking advantage of this one-of-a-kind program!

Questions? Visit the Ask ACE Website, attend a virtual call, or send them an email. You can also contact us and we’d be happy to assist!

Who Qualifies for ACE Ohio Funding?

Eligibility requirements are listed in the table below. All families applying for the ACE Educational Savings Account program must have their income verified by the Office of Nonpublic Educational Options as part of the application process.

Number in HouseholdGross Annual Income Amount Cannot Exceed
For each additional person add:$18,880

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