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Website Reporting Requirements

Consistent with updates to A.R.S. 43-1603 in April of 2015, all STO's must include the percentage and dollar amount of scholarships given to students whose family income meets 185% and 342.25% of poverty level in the previous fiscal year for each type of scholarship.

 Fiscal Year 17-18

Students whose family income is up to 
185% of poverty level

 

 1) Original Tuition Tax Credit Scholarship Program

  • % of total fiscal year scholarships awarded to these students: 21.13%
  • Amount awarded to these students during fiscal year 15-16: $338,164

2) Switcher Tuition Tax Credit Scholarship Program

  • % of total fiscal year scholarships awarded to these students: 26.56%
  • Amount awarded to these students during fiscal year 15-16: $247,346

3) Corporate Low Income Tuition Tax Credit Scholarship Program

  • % of total fiscal year scholarships awarded to these students: 63.79%
  • Amount awarded to these students during fiscal year 15-16: $127,450

4) Disabled Displaced Tuition Tax Credit Scholarship Program

  • % of total fiscal year scholarships awarded to these students: 0.00%
  • Amount awarded to these students during fiscal year 15-16: $0.00
 

Students whose family income is
 185% - 342.25% of poverty level

 

 1) Original Tuition Tax Credit Scholarship Program:

  • % of total fiscal year scholarships awarded to these students: 29.25%
  • Amount awarded to these students during fiscal year 15-16: $468,199

2) Switcher Tuition Tax Credit Scholarship Program

  • % of total fiscal year scholarships awarded to these students: 34.88%
  • Amount awarded to these students during fiscal year 15-16: $324,843

3) Corporate Low Income Tuition Tax Credit Scholarship Program

  • % of total fiscal year scholarships awarded to these students: 36.21%
  • Amount awarded to these students during fiscal year 15-16: $72,345

4) Disabled Displaced Tuition Tax Credit Scholarship Program

  • % of total fiscal year scholarships awarded to these students: 65.22%
  • Amount awarded to these students during fiscal year 15-16: $12,072