The Arizona Leadership Foundation proudly provides scholarship assistance to private schools and Lexie’s Law 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.
The Velasquez family feels fortunate to have found St. Timothy’s Catholic School in 2015. They were looking for an educational environment that is faith-based, offers strong academics and has a strong community. At that time, their middle child, Cristian, was just beginning kindergarten with severe food allergies. The family wanted to make sure they were […]Read More
Meet Maddox, a kindergarten student at Phoenix Christian Preparatory School. Maddox came to the Rinnier Family when he was just two days old and was later adopted by the family at 15 months. He was the eighth child from his biological mother who struggled with homelessness, mental health issues and substance abuse. The Rinnier Family […]Read More
Meet Hunter, he is starting his fourth year at New Way Academy in Phoenix. Hunter is twice exceptional (2e) which means he is classified as gifted but also has learning disabilities. His learning differences were identified around age 5-6 after seeing his struggle with phonemic awareness and handwriting in preschool despite his gifted intellect. After looking […]Read More
Meet the Hilton family, Dad Nathan is a registered nurse who works in Mesa and Gilbert AZ and his wife Tania is a full-time homemaker and a certified health coach. The oldest Caleb is in 6th grade, Greyson is in 4th grade and Madelyn the youngest is in 2nd grade. They all attend Christ’s Greenfield […]Read More
Amethyst “Faith” Trevizo is a 7th grade student at Cupertino Power Learning Academy. Faith has a severe form of Autism. Autism is a spectrum disorder which ranges from high functioning to severe low functioning abilities. Faith is nonverbal, and suffers from several disorders including dyspraxia, apraxia, dysphagia and severe sensory integration disorder. (Dyspraxia/Apraxia make it […]Read More
Vincent’s family first noticed his learning disability when he was in kindergarten and 1st grade, he struggled with learning letter sounds, reading and his handwriting was nearly unreadable. It felt like everyone had a method to teach Vincent to read, but no one was successful. He was referred to the resource classroom in the middle […]Read More
Meet Filiberto Quintero, a Senior at Yuma Catholic High School. He started there as a Freshman and currently has a 3.78 GPA. He was encouraged by a teacher at his prior school to apply to attend Yuma Catholic High School. Now that he attends Yuma Catholic, Filiberto likes the smaller class sizes and feels that […]Read More
Annette is currently a senior attending San Miguel High School in Tucson, where she started as a freshman through support of the Arizona Leadership Foundation. She really likes the Corporate Work Study Program at San Miguel. She believes it has exposed her to what a professional work setting is going to be like and helped […]Read More
Meet Jacob, a junior at Phoenix Country Day School (PCDS). Jacob has been attending PCDS since fifth grade. He has a 3.98 grade point average and is already looking ahead to college. Here is Jacob’s story in his own words. I chose Phoenix Country Day School because I was unhappy at the old school that […]Read More
Daniel Szymanski ‘s medical journey began at 4 weeks old. As a newborn, Daniel began having seizures. He was immediately admitted to Phoenix Children’s Hospital where his family learned about his brain abnormalities, called Polymicrogyria. This was the cause of his seizures (infantile spasms), Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI) and ultimately his physical and cognitive delays. […]Read More
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