Kansas Education Enrichment Program

Students in Kansas are eligible for a $1,000 award

Huntington Learning Center
Helps Kansas students with KEEP!

Students in Kansas are eligible for a $1,000 award as part of the $50 million Kansas Education Enrichment Program (KEEP) approved by the state to support children and families in the wake of the Covid-19 Pandemic. The program is being managed through the Merit online marketplace, where families can connect with education service providers to use the scholarship. 

Huntington Learning Center is a Qualified Education Services Provider (QESP) for KEEP, and our centers can support sustainable, personalized tutoring for your child. In a one-to-one virtual platform, students can develop skills and begin programs to help bridge the learning loss gap.  

List of Participating Centers:

Who Can Participate?

In the first round, all Kansas students in grades K-12 whose families fall at or below 185% of the poverty guidelines are eligible. The chart below (provided by Kansas.Gov) can help guide you.

How to Get Started

To apply, visit the Parent & Guardians page of the KEEP online Education Marketplace. To learn more about the program, visit https://www.keep.ks.gov/info.