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ACE Scholarships is dedicated to expanding educational choices to children in Colorado by promoting greater accessibility to private schools through scholarships. ... more.
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Jonathan Tee President (Parent)
Jonathan serves as Chief Operating Officer for ACE Scholarships, a non-profit that provides scholarships to children from low-income families to attend the K-12 private school of their choice in Colorado, Kansas, Louisiana and Montana. Jonathan is a graduate of Hillsdale College, where he earned his degree in History and State Certification as a Secondary Teacher. His core areas of expertise are in communications, fundraising, operations and finance.
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Chief Operating Officer, ACE Scholarships
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Jonathan Tee, Director, Treasurer(Community Member)
Jonathan Tee serves as Director of Operations for ACE Scholarships, a Denver-based nonprofit that provides children from low-income families with financial assistance to attend the K-12 private school of their choice in Colorado, Montana and, starting in 2015, Louisiana. Jonathan is a graduated of the Hillsdale College, where he earned his degree in History and State Certification as a Secondary Teacher.
"Our vision is that every child will have access to the quality education of his or her choice," explained Jonathan Tee, ACE Scholarships Chief of Operations.
The scholarships cover up to $2,000 per year for grades K-8 and up to $3,000 per year for high school. Once a child has been granted a scholarship, she will receive those funds throughout her entire K-12 career, provided that student remains in financial need and is in good standing at school, and that ACE can continue to raise the funds necessary to meet its scholarship commitments. You might be thinking that $2,000 or $3,000 is not going to get you very far toward private school tuition, but that's not accurate. "One of the challenges we face is that when people think of private schools they think of $20,000+ schools that are out reach for most people," said Tee. "We believe it's important for parents to have skin in the game," explained Tee. "That way we're working with parents who are making sacrifices and so they're diligent about the choices they're making and how their children are doing." Parents match the scholarship funds to the best of their ability and sometimes the school brings in other resources to cover the gap, Tee explained. Tee says that although the Denver School Board is bringing about changes that help students with choice such as adding more charter schools and making others open enrollment, the changes are not coming quickly enough. "We provide an immediate alternative to these kids so that they can get into the environment that works best for them," he said.
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