I’m having issues with emails stripping attachments and links, as well as me accidentally sending emails to everyone rather than those who need it. I apologize.
Meanwhile, here is the waiver for those who need it as well as the link for FACTS tuition set up instructions
FACTS tuition set up instructions.
We will also have our COVID-19 Policy finalized later this week after we update with most recent guidelines
Thank you for your patience!
Georgia HB 301 was introduced into legislation this week by floor leader Jodi Lott-R (District 122).
This bill would allow parents to use state funds in a manner similar to “vouchers” in other states. Students are eligible if they were enrolled in a Georgia public school the year prior to enrolling in private school. This requirement would not apply to groups such as low-income families, the learning disabled or victims of bullying.
The funding would be similar to that of SB10 (Georgia Special Needs Scholarship), the state portion the local school district gets per student, which averages approximately 54 percent of the total when federal and local dollars are included.
Professional organizations such as the Professional Association of Georgia Educators (PAGE), oppose this bill claiming that it will “peel away the easiest students to educate” while dismissing the fact that so many students that will be using it are like those attending schools like ours because they were NOT being adequately served. Many of these students are currently receiving funds from SB10 and the Tax Credit Scholarship, which they also oppose. This bill would help families not eligible for SB10, and possibly offer additional support to those who do receive SB10 funds.
Let your legislators know you support this bill (look up HERE) and reach out to the bill authors:
Primary Author: Cantrell, Wes 22nd
Lott, Jodi 122nd, Governor’s Floor Leader
Fleming, Barry 121st
Stephens, Ron 164th
Gravley, Micah 67th
Harrell, Brett 106th
Source: “K-12 “scholarship” legislation would pay Ga. parents for private school“. Atlanta Journal & Constitution, (02/14/2019)
Do you want a Georgia TAX CREDIT? PLUS a Federal charitable contribution donation? AND a tuition discount of 40% of your approved donation?
The 2018 Georgia Tax Credit Scholarship Season is open!
Last year we received almost $7,000 to award in scholarships. . . we would LOVE to double that amount this year!
You can make a donation to a State registered SSO, which we receive, and then you get a dollar-for-dollar Georgia tax credit, Continue reading “Georgia Tax CREDIT!!”
It has been brought to our attention that there might be some awkward issues with mobile devices. Continue reading “FACTS & Mobile Devices”
In preparation for the upcoming school year we are making plans for improving the content and quality of our programs while increasing the efficiency in the office. In a review of our operations, we have been studying our method of handling tuition payments. Continue reading “New Tuition Payment System”