Full-Service Community Schools Program (FSCS)


Discretionary/Competitive Grants

School Choice and Improvement Programs

What’s New?

Fiscal Year 2023 FSCS New Grant Awards:

The U.S. Department of Education announced nearly $74 million in new, five-year Full-Service Community Schools (FSCS) grants to support an additional 30 local educational agencies, nonprofits, and other public or private organizations and institutions of higher education working to expand community schools.  The Biden-Harris Administration has expanded Full-Service Community Schools five-fold, from $25 million in 2020 to $150 million in 2023. This year’s grantees will support 102 school districts, 292 schools, and 229,549 students by providing a range of services, including by increasing early learning opportunities and expanding cross-agency coordination for community violence interventions.

More information about the new grantees will be posted on the FSCS Awards webpage.

More information about the FY 2023 FSCS grant competition can be found on this year’s competition webpage.

FSCS Data Collection and Reporting Information Collection Request:

The Department is working with the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) to finalize the FSCS Data Collection and Reporting Tools for FY 2022 and 2023 grantees.  The final round of public feedback was due by November 20, 2023; the tools will be posted here following OMB approval.

Contact Information

  • Jane Hodgdon
    Full-Service Community Schools Program
    Office of Elementary and Secondary Education
    U.S. Department of Education
    400 Maryland Ave SW
    Washington, DC 20202