St. Joseph’s commitment to diversity and recruiting exceptional students means increasing endowment for scholarships, both need and merit based, must remain a strategic priority.

What is the St. Joseph’s Catholic School Endowment?

The St. Joseph’s Endowment is a financial tool that is intended to provide ongoing funds to the school “to provide scholarships and other financial aid to students of St. Joseph’s Catholic School, to supplement teachers’ salaries and compensation and for such other extraordinary expenses as the Board from time to time considers in need of funding” (quoted from the Endowment By-Laws).

By supporting our Endowment through creating a Named Scholarship or contributing to an existing Scholarship, you are providing the opportunity for deserving students to receive a St. Joseph’s education, and thereby helping to equip them to go out and change the world!

Please contact Kevin Meyer in the Development Office with any questions.


How can a contribution be made to the Endowment?
How does the Named Scholarship program within the Endowment work?
How are funds distributed from the Endowment?
What is the Endowment’s relationship to the school?
What is the Endowment Board?
How are funds in the Endowment invested and managed?