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April 26, 2016 09:04 PM
Hopkins House expects to spend more than $400,000 this school year, providing scholarships to help low-resourced working and miliary families afford the cost of tuition at its highly regarded preschool academy.  This level of spending would be the highest since the organization began providing scholarships more than a decade ago.

With increasing need, caused by the opening of a new preschool in Herndon, Virginia, addition of infant care at its James L. & Juliette McNeil Preschool Academy, rising tuition rates, and heightened demand by financially stressed low-resourced working and military families, Hopkins House is obliged to grant more and larger scholarships. 

This school year, the organization expects to give more than 115 scholarships to the children of needy families -- the highest total of scholarships since the scholarship fund was established more than 10 years ago.  Funding for scholarships comes from donations and special events proceeds.

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