I. Textbooks and Technology – Maryland provides up to $60 ($90 if 20% of school or more is on free or reduced price lunching) per eligible nonpublic school student to spend on textbooks and technology
II. Auxiliary Services –
Aid for Disabilities – Only students for which the public schools cannot provide are accommodated in non-public schools (at public expense).
Health Aid – counties must provide hearing and vision screening for students in non-public schools.