Georgia Private School Tax Credit Program

Redirect your Georgia income tax dollars to Country Day!

Each year, the Georgia Private School Tax Credit Program plays a critical role in the School's overall financial aid program. Participation in this program has a huge impact on the School's ability to provide financial aid to need-based families. 

Country Day partners with Apogee, a 501c3 nonprofit Student Scholarship Organization (SSO), to administer the process for all participants. The primary function of Apogee is to facilitate the process of distributing tax credits in exchange for donations, and to disburse those funds for private school tuition scholarships.

Apogee is currently accepting tax credit applications for the 2023 tax year.

Please note that the Georgia Private School Tax Credit Program provides an opportunity for participants to redirect tax liability already owed to the State of Georgia to a restricted priority (financial aid) at a favorite independent school. Participation in the program, therefore, is not related to participation in the Fund for Country Day.

Questions? Contact us:

Lynette Allison
Director of Institutional Advancement

John Panessa
Apogee Georgia School
Choice Scholarship Fund
3330 Cumberland Blvd, Ste 400
Atlanta, Georgia 30339

Maximum redirections by filing method

The Georgia Private School Tax Credit Program has made significant changes including expanding the tax credit limits.

Filing Status Previous Contribution Level NEW for 2022-23
Individual Filer $1,000 Up to $2,500
Married Filing Jointly $2,500 Up to $5,000
Pass-Through Owner (not making HB 149 election) $1,250 Up to $25,000
C Corp, Trust, or Pass-Through electing to pay tax at the entity level (HB 149) Up to 75% of Georgia income
tax liability
Up to 75% of Georgie income
tax liability