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School Tuition Organizations (STOs)

Arizona Tuition Tax Credit Organizations

This is only a small list of the STO's you may apply for.

Catholic Education Arizona (CEA) was incorporated to obtain contributions and provide tuition assistance to the students at Seton Catholic High School and around the Diocese. You may apply on-line by April 15 at www.fairapp.com. The school code for the online application is 700 and the password is cea700.

Az4Education – Awards tuition scholarships based on financial need and/or student merit. Everyone is required to fill out a short application (online) every school year, which we review, then evaluate what funding assistance is available.  Applications open February 1.

Arizona Private Education Scholarship Fund – Similar to CEA, but non-denominational, ASCT provides scholarships to families in need of some assistance. Relatives and friends etc. can recommend funds be designated to a specific child. For more information contact ASCT on the web at www.apesf.org.  Applications open on April 1.

Arizona School Choice Trust – Similar to CEA, but non-denominational, ASCT provides scholarships to families in need of some assistance. Relatives and friends etc. cannot recommend funds be designated to a specific child. For more information contact ASCT on the web at www.asct.org. Need based applications are due March 1.

Arizona Tuition Connection – Arizona Tuition Connection provides scholarships to families in need of tuition assistance. Relatives and friends etc. can also recommend funds be designated to a specific child. There is no deadline for applications. For more information contact Arizona Tuition Connection on the web at www.arizonatuitionconnection.com

A Degree for Me – A Degree for Me provides scholarships to families in need of tuition assistance. Relatives and friends etc. can also recommend funds be designated to a specific child. What makes A Degree for Me different is that they offer free assistance with College Admission and Financial Aid applications.   For more information go to their website at adegreeforme.org

Institute for Better Education – Similar to CEA, but non-denominational, IBE was the second STO existence back in 1998 when this private school tax credit program first began. Relatives and friends etc. can recommend funds be designated to a specific child. A parent cannot contribute for the benefit of their own child. www.ibescholarships.org.  Need based award applications are due March 18.

TOPS for Kids – Similar to CEA, but non-denominational, Relatives and friends etc. can recommend funds be designated to a specific child.  A parent cannot contribute for the benefit of their own child. Each student must be registered with the fund through an application process. Application and information is available at www.topsforkids.com. Applications open April 16.

Finance Office

Linda Surovick
Finance Director
480.963.1900, Ext. 2072
lsurovick@SetonCatholic.org

Advancement Office

Jim Pogge
Director of Advancement Officer
480.963.1900, Ext. 2006 JPogge@SetonCatholic.org
 
Patricia Glasser
Assistant Director of Advancement
480.963.1900, Ext. 2031