Support Intown

Your tax deductible dollars may be designated to a specific area or as needed. Thank you for supporting our school.

Ways to Support


This the most important way you can support Intown. We ask you to pray for the students and faculty and staff. Pray for positive and growing relationships with our Lord and each other. Pray for special events and for the day-to-day operations of our school.


We rely on volunteers to make our school run successfully. Parents and grandparents can volunteer to serve in any of the following capacities:

  • Room parents
  • Field Trip drivers
  • Reading to students
  • Helping on special days such as the Middle Eastern Feast
  • School-wide activities such as Grandparents’ and Special Friends’ Day, Celebration Dinner, Esprit de Corps, Variety Show, Back to School Picnic, substituting, and many other opportunities


Tax deductible gifts to the Annual Fund allow the school to keep tuition costs low, without sacrificing the quality of education. After first covering operational expenses, our next priority is to provide scholarships. Additionally, Annual Fund donations allow the school to enhance our classrooms with rich curriculum and other tangible benefits such as a well-stocked library, new classroom furniture, and extra-curricular sports programs.


The Qualified Expense Credit was passed into Georgia Law in 2008 which provides tax credits to Georgia taxpayers who want to support educational opportunities for families seeking educational alternatives to public schooling. The funds are disbursed to Intown School through Apogee, our Student Support Organization (SSO), on a first-come, first-served basis. Support Intown Community School through Apogee at Please contact the Business Office for more details about ways to participate in the Qualified Expense Credit program or to apply for a scholarship.


Fundraising is kept to a minimum in order not to nickel and dime our families. Each fundraising event has a designated purpose, and that is stated up front. There is typically one large event such as a Book Fair. The Student Council or a group who wants to raise money for missions initiates other events throughout the year.


The Long-term stability of Intown Community School is the main reason to create a Foundation. Economically challenged years remind all of us of the need for long-term planning. A Foundation helps diversify our income and reduces our dependency on the current fiscal year. If you are interested in gifting to the Foundation of Intown Community School, please consider consulting with your legal and tax advisors. We would be happy to meet with you to help ensure your wishes become a reality. For more information, please contact Pam Stegall, Head of School, at 404.633.8081, ext. 30, or

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