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My ESA Story: The Grabenbauer Family

"I am a disabled vet working to the best of my ability for my families seafood company. The private school we send our children to more closely represents the values and morals we share as a family."

Beaufort, SC

“I am a disabled vet working to the best of my ability for my families seafood company. We have two daughters and twin boys. The private school we send our children to more closely represents the values and morals we share as a family.

“It is very important to us that our children are educated in an environment that my wife and I are comfortable with. Private school provides that environment.

“We hope that all of our children will get the privilege of attending the school we are most comfortable with.”

Updated 03/19/2021

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Education Scholarship Accounts (ESAs) are currently serving families in a number of states across the country, and just became law in West Virginia and Kentucky! If passed into law in South Carolina (a bill is currently pending in our General Assembly), these state-funded accounts would allow qualified families incredible flexibility to customize their child’s education.

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