2019 – Celebrating Eleven Years of Awarding Scholarships!

GRACE Scholars was founded by Georgia’s Catholic bishops in 2008. It is the beloved initiative of Archbishop Wilton Gregory of Atlanta and Bishop Gregory Hartmayer of Savannah.

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Pre-register now for your 2020 GRACE tax credit!

GRACE more children with a Catholic education and receive a 100% state income tax credit. Pre-register today and then be on the lookout in January 2020 for reminders of further actions required.

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Paper forms provided upon request at askgrace@gracescholars.org.

GRACE Scholarships Change Lives…….

Thank God for GRACE! It has been a true blessing for our family. It has given us a tremendous opportunity that we might not have had otherwise. A Catholic education was very important to us but seemed out of reach due to the cost. Thanks to GRACE, we have been able to put our children in a wonderful environment where our values are integral to the curriculum and reinforced daily. We love our school and are so grateful that those who donate to GRACE have helped make our presence there possible.

Parents of a Kindergartner, 3rd, 5th, and 6th grader, Saint James Catholic School – Savannah, Georgia

I think of GRACE donors as our Guardian Angels! With multiple children and limited resources, we wanted what was best for them and sometimes it is hard to make that happen. Our angels came in with big wings and made such a difference in their lives. I cannot imagine being at another school or in any other situation. God bless those who generously give their resources to make the dream of an amazing education possible for those who are in need. It is a lifelong gift!

Parent of a Kindergartner, 5th, 7th, and 8th grader, Saint James Catholic School – Savannah, Georgia

Being a recipient of GRACE Scholars has allowed our daughter to receive a rich education in a Catholic environment. She has embraced many clubs and experiences she would not have been able to do in the public school system. Being able to show her Catholic identity during the school day is wonderful. The GRACE Scholar program has allowed our family to receive a Catholic education which is so dear and valuable to me and my daughters.

Thank you GRACE Scholars.

Parents of a 10th grader, Our Lady of Mercy Catholic High School, Fayetteville, Georgia

I can never fully express how grateful I am for the blessing that has been awarded to my children because of this scholarship. I have two children; one with autism and one with learning disabilities. My son is 14 and my daughter is 11. My children are in a trusted and caring environment that can meet their individual needs, both academically and spiritually. Not all parents can say this, but I can and will 100% attribute this to the Grace Scholarship that allows my students the opportunity that we otherwise would not be able to afford. Not only are my children receiving a top of the line education, they are growing as wonderful young Christians following the examples set forth by the environment of the teachers, other students, and school and church staff. My previously very timid and anxious little girl is now in the choir and is singing in front of the entire school and parishioners at Mass on a regular basis. My son who came not being able to read, is now reading on grade level and enjoying it! My husband and I have a better relationship because we have less to worry about with our children so happy and successful in school. It is from the bottom of my heart that I say, Thank You!

Parent of 5th and 8th grader, Immaculate Conception Catholic School, Augusta, Georgia
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Information for school personnel on scholarship processing and fundraising.

Find out how to apply for aid, get information on participating schools, and read answers to FAQs.

Forms and instructions on the two-step process and ways to give.

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