The Arizona Leadership Foundation proudly provides scholarship assistance to private schools and Disabled/Displaced schools throughout Arizona with no preference to religious or political affiliation. We believe parents should have a choice when it comes to the education of their children.
Parents should have a choice when it comes to the education of their children
Children should have the opportunity to obtain the best education. Learn more about our scholarships.
Help Arizonal school children at NO COST while recieving a tax credit.
Meet Olivya, a darling Kindergarten student at Our Mother of Sorrows Catholic School. Olivya has been raised by her father, Kelton, since she was two years old. Finding a job that understood Kelton’s situation as a single parent has always been a challenge. There were times when he was unemployed simply because he did not […]Read More
Meet the Rhynard family from Phoenix Christian Preparatory School. They have twelve children: three currently attending Phoenix Christian and two alumni. Mason graduated in ’19, Easton in ’20, Levi is currently a senior, Frank a junior and Ruby a freshman. Charity Rhynard shared the family’s journey with Phoenix Christian about wanting a faith-based education […]Read More
Meet Maddie Phillips, a freshman at Valley Christian High School in Chandler, AZ. Maddie was homeschooled through 7th grade, but beginning in 8th grade, Maddie and her family decided she should attend Valley Christian High School. She likes attending chapel with the students her age while singing, worshiping and listening to speakers who she noted are “very down to […]Read More
July 2021 School Spotlight The Division IV St. Mary’s Catholic High School Knights While we’re all busy cheering on the Phoenix Suns, we wanted to highlight some of our high school basketball stars that recently won the state championship for Saint Mary’s High School in Phoenix. The Saint Mary’s Knights had a record of 21-1 during the […]Read More
Meet the Sears Sisters from Trinity Christian School in Prescott, Arizona. Ellora just finished 8th Grade and has been at the school since kindergarten. Her younger sister, Kaitlyn just completed 6th grade and has also has been attending the school since she was in kindergarten with the help of scholarships from the Arizona Leadership Foundation. […]Read More
Meet Anthony an Eighth Grader at Yuma Christian Academy. He is completing his second year at the school with an Arizona Leadership Foundation Scholarship. Anthony had been in the foster care system for several years and then was placed with Kim and Mark when he was 11 years old and they adopted him. He came […]Read More
We’re happy to introduce the Jones-Rhem Family. Amiyah (Kindergarten), Amichi (Second Grade) and Dylan (Fourth Grade) attend the IDEA School located in Tucson, AZ. The mom, Lynze, shared some thoughts on school choice and scholarship funding: “Being a single mother, providing for three children comes with pressure but I know investing in their education at this […]Read More
Meet the Salvatierra Family: Jonathan, Jose and Angelica all attend Queen of Peace Catholic School (QOP) in Mesa, Arizona and Luis is a graduate of Queen of Peace and now a junior at Mesquite High School in Gilbert. Luis started at the school in 2nd grade and the other three have attended QOP since Pre-K. […]Read More
Meet Moises an eighth-grade student at St. Gregory’s Catholic School in Phoenix. When Moises was a young child, he was abandoned by his biological mother in Mexico City. Sadly, his situation didn’t improve as he was forced to stay with an abusive elder, who forbade him from a formal education. The Police became involved and […]Read More
Meet the Guerrero Family and hear about their story to find the right fit for their four sons in this heartwarming family spotlight. The boys have been at Arizona Lutheran Academy in Phoenix since 2018. From Michelle, Registrar and Admissions Coordinator at Arizona Lutheran Academy: Janet Guerrero came to me during the summer of 2018 […]Read More
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