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Georgia GOAL

Why Should I Participate?

In addition to the many ways that the program benefits St. Martin's and its students, participating individuals and couples receive a dollar-for-dollar state tax credit and, in many cases, a federal income tax deduction. Corporations that participate also receive tax benefits.

St. Martin's has partnered with Georgia GOAL, a state-approved Student Scholarship Organization (SSO), to administer the Georgia Private School Tax Credit Program. Submit your 2024 GOAL Tax Credit Form online today by visiting

Frequently Asked Questions

Tax Credit Limits

  • NEW Opportunity for 2023: S corporation, LLC, or partnership that elects to pay tax at the entity level -up to 75% of Georgia income tax liability 
  • Individual Filer - Up to $2,500.
  • Married Filing Separately - $2,500.
  • Married Filing Jointly - Up to $5,000.
  • Owner of S Corp, LLC or Partnership -Up to $25,000.
  • C-Corp or Trust - Up to 75% of annual GA income tax liability.

The amount you can give is limited by your tax filing status. 

How Do I Participate?

Applications are now being accepted and will be filed with the Department of Human Resources on January 1, 2024, on a first-come-first-serve basis. Apply today to get in line! 

The State of Georgia has set aside $120 million for taxpayers to redirect a portion of their state tax liability to provide financial aid to SMES students coming from the public school system. This is a dollar-for-dollar tax credit for those paying Georgia state income taxes.

To submit your application online, please click here.

Georgia GOAL Contact

Mrs. Lauren Sims

Mrs. Lauren Sims

Director of Advancement


Just 20 Seconds to Apply! 
For more information about the GA Private School Tax Credit, please contact Lauren Sims by phone (404) 228-0747 or email or you may contact Georgia GOAL directly at (770) 828-4625.