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Get Paid for Grades

Free money for every A on your report card

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Earn $1 for every A on your report card with Elevated Youth Banking.

Get paid for your hard earned grades. Your child’s final report card is eligible for a $1 reward for every single “A” on that report card (up to $8 per year) with an Elevated Checking Account. Just visit any UCCU branch with your official report card, and walk out with money in your pocket!

Got the Grade? Get Paid

Bring your official school report card into any UCCU branch and receive a $1 for reach “A” earned with an Elevated Checking account.

(801) 223-8188 | Branch Locations

Available M–F 8am–6pm, and Sat. 9am–2pm.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much total money can my child receive per year?

Payout for getting good grades occurs at the end of each school year. Bring your child’s final end-of-year report card to any UCCU branch, and we will pay $1 per “A” found on the report card. A max of $8 per child, per year will be paid out.

Is my child eligible for the reward if they receive an A- grade?

Yes. If your child receives an “A+”, “A”, or even an “A-“, then they will be eligible for the $1 on that earned grade.

Can more than one child be eligible for payments?

Yes. If you have multiple children under the age of 18 and each of them have an Elevated Checking account, then each child will be eligible for their own payment for their own grades. Each child must be present at the UCCU branch to receive the payment for their grade.

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Benefits are subject to change at any time and without notice. Some benefits require registration and activation. Terms and conditions apply. Click here for Elevated Checking details and guide to benefits for coverage and exclusions.