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Operating Costs

BCF operating costs average 5% – half the legislated allowance of 10%. 

Impact

Your dollars to Brophy Community Foundation provided educational funding for

2,472 K-12 students in the 2019-2020 school year 

46,536 is the average income for a family of 4 receiving BCF tuition aid

Demographic chart of 2,472 students receiving assistance in school year 2019-2020

 

AS REPORTED TO THE ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE 2018-19 TUITION AWARDS PAID FROM BROPHY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION BREAKS DOWN AS FOLLOWS:

For students whose family income meets the economic eligibility requirements established under the National School Lunch and Child Nutrition Acts for free or reduced-price lunches (family income up to 185% of poverty level):

For Students whose family exceeds the threshold under the National School Lunch and Child Nutrition Acts for free or reduced-price lunches but does not exceed 185% of the eligibility requirements of those acts (family income from 185% of poverty level to 342.25% of poverty level):

Percent of Scholarships

Total Scholarships

Percent of Scholarships

Total Scholarships

Original Tax Credit Donations

61.74%
$843,805
22.05%
$301,340

PLUS Tax Credit Donations

86.89%
$825,406
13.03%
$123,803

Corporate Tax Credit Donations

72.04%
$4,384,975
27.60%
$1,671,406

SCHOOL IMPACT

  • At Brophy College Preparatory, BCF funds have helped form a more diverse student body. Ethnic diversity has increased from 16% in 1999 to 46% in 2019.
  • At Loyola Academy, where 100% of the students qualify for the federal free lunch program, BCF funds the majority of each student’s tuition.
  • At Boys Hope Girls Hope, all the high school seniors funded by BCF were the first in their families to go to college.
  • At St. John Vianney, BCF funds have helped grow enrollment 53% since 2012. Several grades have grown to two classrooms, and a few grades have waitlists.