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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 $7,900 for grades 9 – 12 and $6,100 for grades k – 8 to help pay for tuition at eligible private schools.
Ready to apply for a 2023-24 school year AAA Income-Based Scholarship? Click here for our online application.
Or, scroll down to the next section and click on “Income-Based Scholarship” to see the different options for applying and other helpful information.
Want more information before applying? Here is everything you need to know about applying for an income-based scholarship.
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
Click on each scholarship type for more details.
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
Explore Arizona Schools
Visit our School Finder Map to explore and compare schools based on your location. This map includes public, private and charter schools across the country.
Visit our Arizona Schools page to find out more information about requirements for school participation.