Providing scholarships to underserved children since 1998
Through support of the tax credit, every child has equal opportunity to pursue an education that allows them to reach their highest potential. 99.4% of our students graduate and additionally, 97% matriculate to advanced education or enter military service.
Supported by 131 Corporate Partners
Our corporate partners have turned their Arizona State Tax Liability into an investment in education and the future of Arizona’s children. Catholic Education Arizona (CEA) is dedicated exclusively to the support of tuition costs for low income or underserved students.
Our Individual Contributors Make a Difference
Arizona’s private education tax credit empowers individuals to choose what their tax dollars support and greatly impact Catholic schools to reach underserved students.
Thank you from The Davis Family
“We are very grateful. We are thankful to the tax credit contributor for every good move she will make because of their generosity in her life. Every choice every she makes for a better future will be because of you giving her the opportunity for a better education.”
Thank you from The Bigg Family
“It has always been our dream to have our daughter attend a school of her choice which focuses on faith, educational excellence, and community bonding. Catholic Education Arizona has made education attainable and affordable for the many needy families like mine.”
Thank you from The Rohde Family
“I am so grateful to CEA and everyone who makes this possible through their state tax dollars. You are the reason my daughter is able to attend the school that is the best fit for her. I will forever be grateful to all of you!”
Media & Press Kit
Catholic Education Arizona: Celebrating 25 Years
Catholic Education Arizona | 5353 N 16th Street Suite 330 Phoenix, AZ 85016
Phone: 602-932-1741 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Board of Directors
Our dedicated team of advisors believe in the value of a Catholic education, and lead with purpose to ensure that underserved children in Arizona can have their best learning opportunities.
|Carlos A. Sugich|
|Donald (D.J.) Cole|
|Robert (Bob) Venberg|
Superintendent of Schools
|Most Rev. Eduardo A. Nevares|
Auxiliary Bishop of Phoenix
|Father Paul Ybarra|
|Paradise Valley, AZ|