We want to support your child's future success.

It can be tough to start thinking about education after high school while your child is very young. Knowing how to get started, saving money, and actually doing it can be the hardest part.

The Hancock County Promise is here to help.  The Hancock County Promise is a program of the county schools that started in 2017 for kindergarten students.  However, during the 2023-2024 school year, the committee decided to offer a "catch-up" year for any hancock county child attending one of the participating schools in grades K-6 (class of 2030, 2031, 2032, 2033, 2034, 2035, and 2036).

Participating schools include the schools of Eastern Hancock, Greenfield-Central, Mt. Vernon, Southern Hancock, and Geist Montessori.

If you start a CollegeChoice 529 account for your child, The Hancock County Promise will make a one-time deposit of $25 to kick-start your savings.   Are you new to The Hancock County Promise?  You’re in the right place. Keep reading this website to learn more about the program and how to get involved.

Are you ready to open a CollegeChoice 529 direct savings account for your child and be a part of the Hancock County Promise?  Go to the "How it Works" page.