Golden Dome

Giving to Golden Dome is as easy as 1…2…3..

Begining with House Bill 1133 (HB 1133) The law provides for the creation of student scholarship organizations (SSOs) to which Georgia individuals and business taxpayers (S Corps, LLC, and Corporations) can contribute in exchange for a state income tax credit and possible federal charitable income tax deduction. The SSOs use the contributions to award scholarships to students  so that they can attend  private schools.  $120 million in GA state tax credits are available, but the donation must be designated to a school.  Current Bills include

1. Apply Here. Golden Dome provides the information needed to participate in this program.

  • The Golden Dome Scholarship Fund Inc. was incorporated to assist private schools in obtaining scholarships for their students. These scholarships are funded through donations from individuals and corporations. The management of the Golden Dome Scholarship Fund has been involved with funding issues for private schools for over 25 years. This management team has personally contributed over one million dollars to private schools in Georgia and Florida, the greatest part going to schools in Georgia.

2. The State of Georgia will notify you of your approval.

3.  Your tax payment needs to be made in 60 days.

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  • This is a tax deferred program that provides opportunity for you to donate to the school of your choice.
  • Donations can go to the school, but cannot be designated to a specific student
  • Approved organizations must be incorporated in the state of Georgia and have an internal revenue service 501 C 3 letter.
  • All SSO’s must be registered with the Georgia Department of Education. Golden Dome Scholarship Fund Inc.

During times of high enrollment demand, a waiting list will be in effect.  Submission of an application to receive Golden Dome funds does not mean automatic acceptance.

Highland Christian Academy has a nondiscriminatory policy and, therefore, will not discriminate against applicants, students, and others on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin.