Tiny Grant Program

Tiny Grants provide traditional public schools, charter schools, and school districts between $1,000 and $7,000 to implement innovative projects that deeply engage students. An innovative project solves an existing problem in an inventive way and has the potential to have a large and lasting impact on the academic environment. 

GOSA will be conducting the next review of Tiny Grant applications in September.  All applicants that submit their application by September 3 will be notified of their status by late-September. 

Tiny Grant Priority Areas

Tiny Grant-funded programs or projects must align with one of the following priority areas:

  • Applied Learning with a Focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) education;
  • Development and Replication of Blended Learning School Models; or
  • Birth to Age Eight Language and Literacy Development.

Award Timeline

GOSA will accept Tiny Grant applications on a rolling-basis and review applications three times throughout the year. Please see the table below for application review dates.

All Applications Submitted By Will Be Reviewed By
September 3, 2018 Late September
January 15, 2019 Mid February 
May 1, 2019 Late May

How Do I Apply?

Apply to the Tiny Grant Application here.

To learn more about the Tiny Grant program, including how to apply and who is eligible to apply, please read the Tiny Grant Guidelines.

Past Awards Granted

Read summaries of the January 2018 Tiny Grant award winners.

Read summaries of the September 2017 Tiny Grant award winners.

Read summaries of the June 2017 Tiny Grant award winners.

Read summaries of the February 2017 Tiny Grant award winners.