Children’s Tuition Fund of Georgia
The Children's Tuition Fund (CTF) provides economic assistance in the form of scholarships to allow children of qualifying families to attend private schools. A ministry started by the Association of Christian Schools International, Children’s Tuition Fund serves as a Student Scholarship Organization in six states. First established in Pennsylvania almost two decades ago, the Children’s Tuition Fund is a scholarship program that helps remove financial barriers many families face in accessing Christian schooling. The program in Georgia is based on both individual and business contributions that reward contributors with 1:1 tax credits and supports scholarships for students in pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade.
If you are a parent who would like your child(ren) to receive a private school scholarship see if the schools in which you are interested participate in the program. The Children’s Tuition Fund would be happy to advocate on your behalf to work with schools not currently listed.
Eligibility is based on the law and has these requirements:
- Eligible students attended a Georgia public school for at least six weeks, or
- are entering pre-K, Kindergarten, or first grade, or
- would attend a low-performing school, or
- have experienced physical violence, student-related verbal abuse threatening physical harm, or
- were home schooled for the last year.
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