What Can I Pay for with ESA+ Funds?
Families can use their ESA+ funds to pay for:
- Tuition and fees for a private school
- Certain services related to educating a child with disabilities
- Certain products related to educating a child with disabilities, including curricula and textbooks.
- Curricula and textbook purchases must be related to one of the following academic subjects: math, science, English/language arts, social sciences, or foreign languages.
Products and services must be purchased through the ClassWallet platform.
Transportation — ESA+ funds may be used for transportation to/from educational services or activities. Visit the Search for a Provider portal and enter the search term “transportation” to see a list of registered providers.
Textbooks — Must be required by a nonpublic school and related to one of the following academic subjects: math, science, English/language arts, social studies, or foreign languages.
Standardized Tests — (typically only home school students; Direct Payment Schools are responsible for required testing at schools)
ESA+ funds may not be used for certain items including
consumable educational supplies such as paper or printer ink
household items such as cleaning supplies
tickets to events
membership to organizations
out of state in-person services
furnishings such as a desk or chair
*Not an exhaustive list