Cleveland Cavaliers basketball star LeBron James is about to shell out a lot of money for college tuition within the next several years – and it’s not for himself.

Starting in 2021, James is going to start providing full-ride scholarships to students who have completed his “I Promise” education program in his hometown of Akron, Ohio, according to Buzzfeed Sports.

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There are currently 1,100 students enrolled in James’ “I Promise” program — ranging from third to seventh grade – who will receive scholarships upon graduating high school as long as they complete the program, as well as meet specific attendance and grade requirements.

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These tuitions will cost James around $42 million – almost twice his annual salary from the Cavaliers.

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