What is the Arizona tax Credit program?

What is the Arizona tax Credit program?

Arizona Tax Credit is a school tuition organization which accepts donations for tuition assistance and awards scholarships 24 times a year to children so they can afford to attend an Arizona private school.

When did Basis Tucson North Open?

The flagship BASIS Charter School, BASIS Tucson North (originally BASIS Tucson), opened in 1998 to provide area students with a globally competitive public education. Now one of the largest in the BASIS Charter Schools network, our rich and diverse student body extends throughout Greater Tucson.

Is Basis free?

BASIS Scottsdale is a tuition-free charter school and features a top-ranked liberal arts curriculum that inspires students to love learning, to develop a fascination for critical inquiry, to be independent and formulate their own goals, and to graduate prepared for top-tier colleges.

How much can I donate for AZ tax credit?

In Arizona, individual taxpayers (and married couples filing separately) are able to donate up to $500. For married couples filing jointly, they can donate up to $1,000 to a Qualified Foster Care Organization and receive a tax credit through April 15.

How many tax credits can I claim in AZ?

two tax credits
There are two tax credits available to individual income taxpayers for charitable donations: one for donations to Qualifying Charitable Organizations and one for donations to Qualifying Foster Care Charitable Organizations.

How much does BASIS cost?

Tuition at BASIS Silicon Valley is $22,500 a year, above the average $16,000 a year at area Catholic college prep high schools, and below the $35,700 for grades 6-8 and $38,900 for grades 9-12 at The Harker School. BASIS will open with a student body of 500, and full capacity will be 800 students.

Is it hard to get into BASIS?

The college acceptance process was a shock to us. The top students can get into any college regardless of BASIS, but even above-average students will realize that they are at a major disadvantage compared to public schools competing for UCs. Other schools that are more expensive offer better results.

Is it hard to get into basis?

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