PA Tax Credit Programs
Turn your Tax Dollars into Tuition Assistance to Support TPS
Did you know that through the Pennsylvania Educational Improvement Tax Credit (PA EITC) and the Pennsylvania Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit (PA OSTC), businesses and individuals in the Commonwealth can earn a tax credit for up to 90% of Pennsylvania taxes when they make a donation to a scholarship organization such as The Philadelphia School. Funds received under these programs provide direct support to our need-based tuition assistance program.
Our goal is to provide equal access to our progressive educational experience for children in the Philadelphia area. Every year, the number of students applying for financial aid increases and continues to exceed available funds. Even with close to $2 million in tuition assistance awarded each year, TPS is not able to meet the full need of all qualified students. Individual and corporate support, through EITC and OSTC donations, is essential to achieving this goal.
Please consider making a TPS education possible for more qualified students through these powerful programs. Learn about how your tax dollars can support TPS by reading this informational PDF.
We invite you to use the calculator below to estimate your possible gift to TPS through the PA Tax Credit program. Enter your taxable income in Pennsylvania and your filing status. This tool is for informational purposes only and we encourage you to consult your tax professional if you would like to enroll in the TPS PA State Tax Credit Program.
We’re proud to support the myriad ways TPS works to provide the best possible experience for ALL TPS students…EITC/OSTC is such an easy way to give back to TPS. Contributions are deeply impactful, providing a TPS experience for students who might not otherwise be able to attend.
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Information provided by representatives of The Philadelphia School (TPS) or in TPS publications is not intended as legal or tax advice. For such advice, please consult an attorney or tax advisor.