Georgia Tax Credit Scholarship

The Qualified Education Expense Credit program, HB 325 (Tax Credit Scholarship) was passed into law in 2008. Although there have been a few changes, the bills are centered around providing tax credits to Georgia tax-payers who wish to support families seeking educational alternatives to Public School.


You can make a donation to a State registered SSO, and receive a dollar-for-dollar Georgia tax credit, AS WELL AS a Federal charitable contribution deduction.

  • $58,000,000 $100,000,000 maximum allocated by the state each year
  • The amount you can give is limited by your tax filing status:
    • Married Filing Jointly: Maximum of $2,500
    • Individual Filer: Maximum of $1,000
    • Married Filing Separately: Maximum of $1,250
  • Individuals who receive pass-through income can contribute up to $10k
  • C-Corporation: Up to 75% of GA tax liability

HB 217 passed and the maximum cap has been raised to $100 million! (3/31/18)

Here is a video explanation of how this works

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Families who contribute to the Tax Credit scholarship will receive a tuition credit of 40% of the approved donation.  Note that the approved donation may be lower than your pledged amount, depending on whether total pledges in the state exceed $58 million.

Lifetime Donations to Brookwood Christian: $46,606.76

2017 Tax Credit Donors ~ $7,500 raised

Ashley & Troy Davis
Megan Harpine
Cyndi & John Parr
Karen & Stephen Pitts
Lori & Stephen Prather
Tammy & James Urban
Kim & Kevin Wigington

2016 Tax Credit Donors ~ $7,904.58 raised

Sherry & Stephen Crawford
Kathy & Sean King
Valerie & Karl Kratina
Cyndi & John Parr
Debbie & Chris Pike
Lori & Stephen Prather
Janice & Dadwin Singletary
Kim & Kevin Wigington