PROVIDENCE — The setting in the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul was a glorious one as 333 La Salle Academy seniors, clad in maroon robes with white trim took their places of honor during their graduation On June 6. More.
KINGSTON — Brady Kettle tried to “take it all in” as he processed from the floor of the University of Rhode Island’s Ryan Center after receiving his diploma — one of 146 graduates of The Prout School to be honored with “Pomp and Circumstance” on June 4. More.
The Rhode Island Tuition Tax Credit program is vehicle designed to support private education by utilizing tax credits to benefit business entities while supporting a scholarship granting organization which in turn provides financial support to private education in the state of Rhode Island. The tax credit was implemented in 2007 in order to give businesses an opportunity to support private education and receive up to a 90% tax credit.
The enabling legislation reads in part:
§ 44-62-1 Tax credit for contributions to a scholarship organization – General. – In order to enhance the educational opportunities available to all students in this state, a business entity will be allowed a tax credit to be computed as provided in this chapter for voluntary cash contribution made by the business entity to a qualified scholarship.
Download the 2014 Application here at www.faceofri.org.
Rhode Island Division of Taxation – Tuition Tax Credit Information
The amount of credit available for the upcoming FYE 2014 application period is $431,250.00.00. JULY 1st, 2013 Deadline, they are going fast!
**If interested, we will pick up hand deliver your application to the RI Division of Taxation on July 1st. Call 401.378.0817.**
COVENTRY-Father John V. Doyle’s Pre-school graduated June 12 following a very successful year. The graduation program was prepared by the pre-school teachers, Mrs. Kortick, Mrs. Bassett and Mrs. Jussila. The morning was complete with songs, a video presentation and diplomas passed out by Father Paul Grenon. More
PORTSMOUTH—St. Philomena School announced that the following students, who are listed with the name of the high school each will attend, are members of the Class of 2013. They graduated from the eighth grade on Friday, June 7, in a ceremony held at the school. More.
School Choice Bill Submitted: Letter from Jim Sheil, President of the Rhode Island Parents’ Federation
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Academy, Central Falls, selected for Two-Way Immersion Network for Catholic Schools
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Academy, in Central Falls, RI, has been selected to be part of the Two-Way Immersion Network for Catholic Schools (TWIN-CS). The program is an innovative school model that delivers the classroom curriculum in two languages, English and a well-represented minority language. More.