Tax Credit


ThrivePoint High School greatly values the support and involvement of parents and the community in advancing its mission of providing a transformative education to students. Donations from parents and community members play a crucial role in enhancing the educational experience and creating a vibrant learning environment.

Donating to ThrivePoint High School as a parent or community member is an opportunity to make a tangible and positive impact on the education and lives of students. By supporting the school financially, parents and the community directly contribute to empowering student success, fostering innovation and excellence, and building stronger connections within the educational community. ThrivePoint relies on the generosity and commitment of its stakeholders to continue providing a transformative educational experience, and donations are a powerful way to ensure that every student thrives and reaches their full potential.

Here are three compelling reasons why parents and the community should consider making donations to ThrivePoint High School:

Empowering Student Success:

Donations enable ThrivePoint to provide additional resources and opportunities that directly benefit students. Contributions can fund academic programs, technology upgrades, extracurricular activities, and student support services. By donating, parents and community members empower student success by ensuring that they have access to a well-rounded education that nurtures their talents, interests, and aspirations.

Fostering Innovation and Excellence:

Donations to ThrivePoint fuel innovation and help the school maintain its commitment to academic excellence. Funds can support professional development for teachers, curriculum enhancements, specialized equipment, and cutting-edge technologies. By investing in ThrivePoint’s educational initiatives, parents and the community contribute to creating an environment that fosters innovation, nurtures intellectual curiosity, and prepares students for the challenges of the future.

Building Stronger Connections:

Donations from parents and the community strengthen the bond between ThrivePoint and its stakeholders. When parents and community members contribute financially, it demonstrates their commitment to the school’s mission and vision. It also encourages a sense of shared responsibility and creates a stronger sense of community. Donations foster a culture of support and collaboration, fostering partnerships between ThrivePoint, parents, and the wider community to create an enriching educational experience for all students.

To take advantage of the Arizona Public School Tax Credit for ThrivePoint High School, parents can follow these steps:


Confirm Eligibility:

Check with the school administration or visit the Arizona Department of Revenue’s website to verify the eligibility.

Determine Contribution Amount:

Decide on the amount you wish to contribute as a tax credit donation. Remember that for the tax year 2023, the maximum tax credit allowed is $1,239 for married couples filing jointly and $619 for individuals or heads of household.

Make the Donation:

Donate the specified amount to ThrivePoint High School. Be sure to indicate that the donation is intended for the Arizona School Tax Credit program.

Receive a Receipt:

Request a receipt or acknowledgment from ThrivePoint High School that confirms your donation. The receipt should include the school’s name, address, your name, the donation amount, and a statement that the donation qualifies for the Arizona Public School Tax Credit.

Complete Arizona Tax Forms:

When filing your Arizona state income tax return, complete Form 322, available on the Arizona Department of Revenue’s website. Include the relevant information from the receipt or acknowledgment received from ThrivePoint High School. This form will allow you to claim the tax credit for your donation.

File Tax Return:

Submit your Arizona state income tax return, including the completed Form 322, to the Arizona Department of Revenue. The tax credit will reduce the amount of tax you owe or increase your tax refund, dollar-for-dollar, up to the maximum allowable tax credit amount.

It’s advisable to consult with a tax professional or refer to the official guidelines provided by the Arizona Department of Revenue for specific instructions and any updates related to the Arizona Public School Tax Credit program.