How would you like to decide how your tax money is spent?

Thanks to the Arizona tax credit program, you can.  You can donate up to $2,106 dollars for married couples and $1,053 for individuals to a qualifying private tuition organization.  In return, you will receive a dollar for dollar credit on your Arizona state tax liability for the year.  So, if you donate $500 and you owe $750 in state taxes, you will pay just $250.  It gives you the opportunity to choose where your tax dollars go.  Isn't that a great idea?  With the money you donate, these organizations are able to provide scholarship assistance to families enrolling their children in our school.  Below is a list of organizations that accept tax credit donations and offer scholarship assistance. 


Arizona Education Scholarship Foundation, Inc. 


Arizona International Academy Scholarship Fund

12430 N. Scottsdale Rd.

Scottsdale, AZ  85254

(480) 948-3419  fax: (480) 946-5224


Arizona Private Education Scholarship Fund, Inc.

14550 N. Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd., Suite 210

Scottsdale, AZ  85260

(480) 699-8911  fax: (480) 497-4737


Arizona Scholarship Fund

Arizona School Choice Trust

AZ Youth Education Scholarships (AZYES)

Brophy Community Foundation

Catholic Education Arizona

Just Friends of Education

Institute for Better Education

Pappas Kids Schoolhouse Foundation

School Choice Arizona, Inc.

Tuition Organization for Private Schools (TOPS for Kids)


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"Our educational work should go this way to achieve harmony - harmony in all the boys and girls who have been entrusted to us; inner harmony, the harmony of their personality. It is by working in a hands-on way, imitating God, molding the lives of those kids like clay, that we achieve harmony and rescue them from the dissonances perennial darkness. Harmony, by contrast, is bright and clear; it is light. What we have to achieve is the harmony of a heart that grows and that we accompany in this educational journey."

~ Pope Francis (then, Cardinal Bergoglio – April 18, 2012)