The International School of Arizona supports all interested families in affording our unique international, multilingual education. Through the International School of Arizona Scholarship Program, supported by the Arizona Private School Tax Credit and the French Bourse (for French citizens), we are able to offer a variety of scholarships. Our goal is to ensure private school tuition is not a deterrent for a student to attend the International School of Arizona.
The International School of Arizona Scholarship Program provides many ways to afford our private school education by reducing or eliminating tuition. All students are eligible for at least one form of scholarship and many students qualify for several.
Private School Tax Credit Scholarships for All Students (regardless of household income)
Private School Tax Credit Income-Based Scholarships
French Bourse Need-Based Scholarships
Most families at the International School of Arizona participate in this highly advantageous program to reduce or eliminate their private school tuition. Through the Arizona Private School Tax Credit program, scholarships are awarded to International School of Arizona students in Kindergarten through 8th grade. Funds are donated to School Tuition Organizations (STO) which manage the scholarships and award them to students based on their eligibility. Two type of scholarships are available for all household income levels simply because you have chosen private school in Arizona. The International School of Arizona recommends applying for your child as early as Prekindergarten to ensure they are eligible. Apply Now at Arizona Tuition Connection, or Learn More…
For information on the Arizona Private School Tax Credit and how Student Tuition Organizations work, please watch the video, and refer to the Arizona Department of Revenue.
The International School of Arizona is accredited by the French Ministry of Education and therefore qualifies for the French Bourse program to provide assistance with educational expenses for eligible French students. Families whose children are French citizens, and who are registered with the French Consulate, may be eligible for this need-based financial aid program. A child is eligible at three years of age or older before December 31 of the year for which they are applying.
For more information, please contact the International School of Arizona French Program Director, Alexis Bussiere at [email protected]