Select the topic below for program specific information on eligibility requirements, forms and other available resources.
The New Construction Program provides state funds on a 50/50 state and local sharing basis for eligible projects that add capacity to a school district. Read More
The Modernization Program provides state funds on a 60/40 state and local sharing basis eligible improvements to educationally enhance existing school facilities. Read More
The Career Technical Education Facilities Program (CTEFP) provides funding to qualifying school districts and joint powers authorities (JPA) for the construction of new facilities or reconfiguration of existing facilities to integrate Career Technical Education (CTE) programs into comprehensive high schools.Read More
The Charter School Facilities Program (CSFP) allows charter schools that provide site based instruction to access State facility funding directly or through the school district where the project will be physically located. Read More
School districts and county offices of education are required to report on facilities utilized for Community Schools, Expelled Pupils, and Regional Occupational Centers or Programs every three years. The next report for Community Schools and Expelled Pupils is due September 1, 2011 and the report for ROC/P is due by September 1, 2012.Read More
The Critically Overcrowded Schools (COS) program allows school districts with critically overcrowded school facilities to apply for a preliminary apportionment for new construction projects, in advance of meeting all School Facility Program (SFP) New Construction program laws and regulations required for a final construction apportionment. Read More
The Deferred Maintenance Program (DMP) provides State funds to assist school districts with expenditures for major repair or replacement of existing school building components so that the educational process may safely continue. Read More
The Emergency Repair Program (ERP) provides grant and/or reimbursement funding to Local Educational Agencies (LEAs) for the cost of repairing or replacing existing building systems or structural components that are broken or not functioning properly and that pose a health and safety threat to students and staff at eligible school sites.Read More
The Facility Hardship Program assists districts with funding when a district can demonstrate that existing facilities must be replaced or rehabilitated due to an imminent health and safety threat or that existing facilities have been lost to fire, flood, earthquake or other disaster.Read More
The Financial Hardship Program provides assistance for districts that cannot provide all or part of their local share for a School Facility Program project.Read More
The High Performance Incentive (HPI) grant is a supplemental grant available to districts with projects that have increased costs associated with high performance attributes in school facilities.
This program allows a school district to utilize funds from a joint-use partner to build a joint-use project the district would not otherwise be able to build due to lack of financial resources.
The Overcrowding Relief Grant (ORG) Program enables districts to reduce the number of portable classrooms on overcrowded school sites and replace them with permanent classrooms.
The Seimic Mitigation Program provides for the seismic repair, reconstruction, or replacement of the “most vulnerable” school facilities.
The Unused Site Program requires that districts and county superintendents of schools pay a fee for properties that are not used for school purposes after specific time periods.
Information on Inactive Programs is provided for historical reference.