School Choice in
Kentucky provides K–12 students and their families more school choice than ever, including the nation’s first tax-credit education savings account program, magnet schools, home schooling and inter- and intra-district public school choice via open enrollment.Explore Other States
Public School Choice
Kentucky has inter-district and intra-district open enrollment policies, which allow some students to attend traditional public schools outside their zoned school. Kentucky has some magnet schools.
Kentucky is one of a handful of states that do not have charter schools, which are publicly funded schools that are free from many of the regulations that restrict traditional public schools.