John Ray & Sons Present "Fuel for School" Program
Earn money towards college tuition with John Ray & Sons "Fuel for School" SAGE Scholars Tuition Rewards Program. The Fuel for School Tuition Rewards Program is free and open to automatic delivery customers. The price of your fuel will be the same as it would be if you were not enrolled in the program.
Simply sign up for automatic delivery to earn your first 1,000 Tuition Rewards points, and each year you renew, you will earn another 1,000 points. The current maximum that can be earned is $53,505 for each student, but there is no limit to how many points each family can earn. In addition to your points, your children can earn their own points. For every student enrollment, they will receive 500 points, plus additional points on every birthday.
Each Tuition Rewards point = $1. Once registered, you will receive 1,000 points ($1,000) for your first year, and 1,000 points ($1,000) each year you renew with John Ray & Sons.
As a Tuition Rewards member, you can transfer your points to multiple children. They can be your own children, stepchildren, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, godchildren and adopted children. Students can receive points from several sponsors - parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles.
New schools are continually added to the program. See the current list of participating schools here.
What are Tuition Rewards® points?
SAGE Tuition Rewards is a unique private college savings program. Tuition Rewards Points are like frequent flyer miles - but for college tuition!
Tuition Rewards are discounts off of tuition at participating private colleges and universities. The Tuition Rewards Points represent the minimum scholarship that an eligible student will receive if and when he or she attends a member school. Schools may count Tuition Rewards as part of their normal institutional aid. For example, if a family redeems 30,000 Tuition Rewards Points for a student, the student is guaranteed to receive a minimum of $30,000* in financial aid (scholarships or institutional grants), spread equally over four years of undergraduate education. He or she may receive more, but is guaranteed not to receive less.