Georgia Goal

A free way to give your hard earned tax dollars to your school

Sign up for the Georgia Goal

How Does It Work?

The Georgia Goal program is a No Cost way for you to donate your taxes to the SAE School to provide scholarships for students to attend our school. It allows you to redirect your tax payments to our school instead. In short – you can either give your taxes to the government or you can give it to your school. It is a great way to support your school.

 

More about the Georgia Goal Program

In 2008, Georgia’s elected officials had the remarkable vision to pass the Education Expense Credit law to provide families in our state with access to better educational opportunities for their children.

Their legislative leadership resulted in what has been described as the nation’s best education expense credit law.

Since inception, the Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program has been leading the way in implementing this important legislation through our ethical, transparent and proven approach.

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The Details

It’s Easy to Sign Up

Building our scholarship fund helps the school grow. The more students we have, the more resources we have. Even if your child isn’t receiving a scholarship, will benefit from the Georgia Goal Program.

How Much Can You Donate?

A Word

From Our Head of Schools

At our school, it is our responsibility to figure out what a child can be GREAT at and to help cultivate that GREATNESS. Every child is unique, different, and has a very specific life path. What will be your GREATNESS?!

– Jimmy Arispe

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Get In Touch

Location:
6688 Mableton Parkway, Mableton GA 30126 

Telephone:
(678) 239 - 3200

Email:
Admissions@SAEschool.org
 

School Hours: M-F: 7am - 6:30pm

Non-Discrimination Policy

The SAE School is committed to the principle of equal opportunity in education and employment. The school does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, generic information, veteran status, ancestry, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, employment policies, and other school-administered programs and activities.