In 2008, the Georgia General Assembly passed House Bill 1133 (HB 1133) and Governor Sonny Perdue signed it into law. The law provides for the creation of student scholarship organizations (SSOs) to which Georgia individuals and business taxpayers (S Corps, LLC, and Corporations) can contribute in exchange for a state income tax credit and possible federal charitable income tax deduction. The SSOs use the contributions to award scholarships to students from K-12 public schools so that they can attend the private schools chosen by their parents.
In 2023, there is a $120 million in GA state tax credits available for individuals and businesses. For more information on how you can help GCS through this program, visit the GASSO, Inc. or The Golden Dome Scholarship Fund, Inc. website or call the school.
In State Scholarship Application
In State Scholarship Application 2022-23 School Year Because of the limited amount of SSO money, it is important that you fill out the scholarship application in its entirety-especially the written explanation portion. Incomplete applications will not be considered for awards.