for Arts and Academics
The support of individuals and organizations greatly aid in the achievement of our vision and goal of preparing our students to succeed. With your assistance, we are making an impact one student at a time.
With our school you have the option to have your donation be used for a specific activity or for any immediate need deemed by our faculty. Your donation can be in the form of monetary funds and/or material goods. And you have the opportunity to have your financial donation as a tax deduction (ECA, explained below).
For any and all donations made, our students are very thankful for your generous contribution.
Extracurricular Activity (ECA) Program
:: Arizona state tax credit ::
What is the Arizona state tax credit for public schools?
Arizona law provides a tax credit for contributions to public schools to support extracurricular activities or character education.
You can help ACAA students and possibly lower your tax bill by making a donation.
The state tax credit is available to all qualifying individual Arizona state taxpayers. You do not need to have a child enrolled in a school to take advantage of this state tax credit. It is always best to consult a tax adviser to see if you qualify for the dollar-for-dollar credit.
A tax credit is different from a deduction, because you may subtract the whole contribution from your Arizona state tax bill. An individual may contribute as much as $200, and a couple filing jointly may contribute as much as $400 to a public school and receive the money back in the form of a tax credit.
Here’s how it works:
If you qualify for this state tax credit, you may write a check or use your credit card to make a contribution before April 15th. When you file your Arizona state taxes, you then subtract the amount of your contribution from what you owe or add the amount to your refund.
Once your donation has been submitted, you will be able to request the program or area where your donation will be applied.
All of the donations go to support our schools and programs and are not used for general operation or employee salaries.
Questions? Contact us by phone (602) 266-4278 or eMail
We appreciate your support of our students