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 Nonpublic School Security Improvement Grant (NPSI)

​​Now Accepting Applications - Application Deadline: January 14, 2022


Description

The Maryland General Assembly is providing $3.5 million in fiscal year 2022  in grants for safety improvements to existing nonpublic school buildings. 

Nonpublic schools currently participating in the Maryland Aid to Nonpublic Schools Program for the purchase of textbooks or computer hardware and software for loan to students, commonly known as the “Textbook and Technology Program during the 2020–2021 school year, are eligible to apply for the FY2022 Nonpublic School Safety Improvement Grant (NPSI.) Nonpublic schools that serve students with disabilities through the Nonpublic Placement Program R00A02.07 Subprogram 0762 during the 2020–2021 school year are also eligible for funding allocations for FY2022. Information on this grant may be found on the IAC website.​


Eligible to Apply​

  • Nonpublic Schools

​Grant Documents​​ (Pre-award)​
​Additional Forms (Post award)​
FY2022 NPSI NOFA​​- Quarterly Progress Report Form​
FY2022 NPSI Application Form​​- Final Project Report Form​
FY22 NPSI Project Request Form​​​- Invoice Template
FY22 NPSI Project Timeline Template​​​- Grant Reallocation Request Form​
 

For FAQ please visit the Grants home page.

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