Finances

Tax Status

The Parents’ Association of Stuyvesant High School is a non-profit organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code; contributions are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law.

The non-profit status of the Stuyvesant PA may be verified by consulting IRS Publication 78, which is a list of organizations eligible to receive tax-deductible charitable contributions available on the IRS website. To view the Stuyvesant PA’s listing, please click here and enter “Parents Association of Stuyvesant High School” (without apostrophe or quotation marks) under the heading “Organization” and to the right of “Name includes.”

The IRS ruling granting the Stuyvesant PA’s application for tax-exempt status was issued in May 1963. Because the PA has not had copies of these documents since prior to July 15, 1987, it is not required to provide them. See IRS Publication 557, “Filing Requirements and Required Disclosures” (Click here for a copy.)

Tax Returns

Pursuant to IRS regulations, the Stuyvesant PA makes available the annual tax returns it has filed with the IRS. Should you wish to review these, please contact the PA’s Treasurer at Financials@stuy-pa.org.

The Stuyvesant PA uses a fiscal year for accounting purposes; its tax year runs from July 1st to June 30th. Tax-exempt organizations have several months from the end of their tax year to file a return.

Budget and Accountability

Budget and expenditure data for Stuyvesant High School can be viewed on the DOE website.

Below for PA Use Only

To request an expense approval or reimbursement for PA initiated expense items fill out this Disbursement Voucher for PA Expenses.  For PA officers and volunteers only.