Introducing The Children’s Savings Account Program!

Students who get a degree or certificate program after high school are much more likely to prosper as adults. For this reason, we want education and training after high school to be affordable and attainable for every child. Washington State’s College Bound Scholarship program will pay for tuition. But not all children are eligible. And tuition is not the only cost. Students must also pay for books, housing, food, and transportation. That is where the Children’s Savings Account Program can help! It can help families aspire that their children will go to college, prepare them for college, pay for it, and feel like they belong when they go.

Children’s Savings Accounts Help

If a student has a savings account with just a small amount of savings (even less than $500):

  • They are 3 times more likely to attend college
  • They are 4 times more likely to graduate from college

It may seem like thinking about college for your child is a long time away, but it will be here before you know it!

Savings Plans Available

This program helps parents, starting early, save for their children’s education after high school. The program serves students in grades K-12 and includes both an elementary school stage, and a stage from middle school through high school graduation.

K-5th Grade Elementary School Stage

For students who live in Tacoma’s Salishan neighborhood and attend any Tacoma public school or students who do not live in Salishan but attend Lister Elementary School.

Grades: K-5th Learn More

6-12th Grade Middle & High School Stage

For students who live in Tacoma’s Salishan neighborhood AND enroll at First Creek Middle School.

Grades: 6th-12th Learn More

Don't Qualify?

If you don’t qualify for the programs above, there are still many other CSA-related resources to help you start saving for your child’s education after high school.

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