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If your child is struggling in their current school and you think you can’t afford to put them into a good private school, let us help! We offer state-authorized scholarships of up to $7,700 for grades 9 – 12 and $5,800 for grades k – 8 to help pay for tuition at eligible private schools.
Thinking about applying for the first-time for an Arizona income-based scholarship for the 2022-23 school year? Here is everything you need to know about applying.
Are you ready to apply for an Arizona income-based scholarship for the 2022-23 school year? Click here to apply online. Need a paper application or want more information? Scroll down and click on the type of scholarship you’re interested in.
Need to check the status of your submitted 2022-23 school year income-based scholarship application? Scroll down to the next section, click on “Income-Based Scholarship” and then click on the “check the status” link.
Scroll to the bottom of this page to see our at-a-glance 2022-23 school year payment schedule and to locate schools near you.
Explore Scholarships Available to Arizona Families
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2022-2023 Payment Schedule – Arizona scholarship Payment Schedule
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ARIZONA INCOME-BASED SCHOLARSHIP VALUES
The maximum value of annual scholarships is set by the state (currently $5,600.00 for grades K-8 and $7,500.00 for grades 9-12). In an effort to ensure that the neediest families receive the most help, AAA goes one step further and awards scholarships based on the following sliding scale:
100% scholarship for students in households with incomes of 185 (new applicants) and 200 (renewing applicants) percent of the federal poverty level
75% scholarship for students in households with incomes of between 201 and 225 percent of the federal poverty level
50% scholarship for students in households with incomes of between 226 and 250 percent of the federal poverty level
25% scholarship for students in households with incomes of between 251 and 300 percent of the federal poverty level