• 2022 calendar year credit cap of $100 million for the Qualified Education Expense (QEE) credit was met this week, on May 2, 2022. GADOR is not accepting any more preapproval forms for 2022.

  • Tax receipts for year 2022 will be ready before end of December 2022. You will be notified to download from your GeorgiaTAP Account

  • Georgia Tax Credit Cap for Calendar Year 2022 is $100,000,000.00

  • Maximum scholarship for a student for the academic year 2022 is 10957

  • If you are a registered donor, please make sure info@georgiatap.org and do-not-reply@georgiatap.org are in "safe list" of your email account so that important email alerts do not end up in junk/spam folder.

  • By registering a donor can receive alerts/notificatiions automatically for important events - "preapproval applied", "approval received", "donation received", "tax receipt ready".

  • Effective Jan 1, 2014 GADOR is no longer accepting preapproval forms via mail. Donors and SSOs must file prepproval forms electronically.


Who is eligible to receive scholarship?

The Georgia TAP provides tuition scholarships to children who desire to attend private K-12 schools. Only students who are Georgia residents enrolled in a Georgia secondary or primary public school or who are eligible to enroll in pre-k4, kindergarten or first grade can receive Georgia TAP scholarship. When making application to a participating school for receipt of a Georgia TAP Scholarship, families must provide proof of eligibility.

What criteria is used to award a scholarship?

The Tax Credit Program doesn't put any criteria for awarding a scholarship. However, we suggest that you check with the school you are attending for more information.

How to apply for a scholarship?

GeorgiaTAP does not accept scholarship applications directly. Parents and applicants should contact the private school in which they intend to enroll their child. In granting scholarships, GeorgiaTAP will be working very closely with school administration and/or scholarship committee.