Brophy Community Foundation helps families, with verified financial need, afford a private K-12 education for their children.

Parents must re-apply each school year. If you have applied to the Brophy Community Foundation in previous years, you can login to your account and use your FACTS identification number to simplify your steps.

DEADLINE FOR COMPLETED APPLICATIONS IN FACTS:
MAY 1
THE APPLICATIONS IN FACTS OPEN:
FEB 1
THE APPLICATION FEE:
$35
TUITION SCHOLARSHIP NOTIFICATIONS CAN BE EXPECTED BY:
JUNE 30

STEP 1

Do you qualify for financial aid per the STO program definitions?

Please review the income guidelines and if you qualify, please proceed to Step 2 below.

Example: A family of three qualifies if they earn $75,158 or less a year.

ACADEMIC YEAR 2021-2022
HOUSEHOLD SIZE
POVERTY LEVEL LIMIT
1
$44,082
2
$59,620
3
$75,158
4
$90,696
EACH ADDITIONAL FAMILY MEMBER

ADD $15,538

Academic Year 2022-2023 data available in March. Chart data from: https://azdor.gov/tax-credits/certification-school-tuition-organizations

STEP 2

Is your student new to BCF? 

YES

Please complete and submit the form that best describes your student below. 

STUDENT HAS RECEIVED STO FUNDS IN THE PAST:

 STUDENTS TRANSFERRING FROM A PUBLIC TO PRIVATE SCHOOL:

Email all completed forms to Heather Chapman at Brophy Community Foundation hchapman@brophyprep.org and then proceed to Step 3 below.

NO
If your student has ever received funding from Brophy Community Foundation in the past OR if you are an upcoming kindergarten student…
GO STRAIGHT TO STEP 3
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STEP 3

Fill out FACTS application.

The following information is needed for your application to be COMPLETE in the FACTS system:
  • Copies of your 2021 Tax Forms including all supporting tax schedules
  • Submitted online application (click/confirm ‘SUBMIT’ step)
ALL APPLICATION & FINANCIAL INFORMATION MUST BE SUBMITTED TO FACTS ONLY.
If you have questions, please call FACTS Tuition Aid at: (866) 441-4637 or the BCF office at: (602) 264-5291 x 6227 or contact the tuition/financial office of your school.



Arizona law prohibits any student from receiving funding from an School Tuition Organization (STO) and the Empowerment Scholarship Account (ESA) program at the same time.