The value of Catholic education is undeniable
Due to the 2021 federal tax extension, we are accepting 2019 or 2020 tax returns this year.
How to apply
Application Deadline is April 16, 2021.
Students who wish to apply for the Scholarships, listed above, must fill out a FACTS Grant and Aid Application which can be obtained online at www.factstuitionaid.com.
As with all scholarship funds, The Catholic Foundation staff has no decision making authority with regards to potential scholarship recipients.
“The Catholic Foundation has made it possible for my parents’ support of Catholic education to continue.”
Brother George Hetzel
Scholarship Flyer and FACTS.com Info Sheet
Get your scholarship program flyer here. Easy to print and handout.
Learn more about FACTS.com and how to apply for scholarships.
Archbishop’s School Fund
The Catholic Foundation manages this endowment for the Archdiocese of Santa Fe and distributions from this fund go to ASF Catholic schools to be used for tuition assistance for families in need. Thank you to the many people who support the annual Archbishop’s School Fund Dinner, your support helps this fund to continue to grow and serve Catholic School students throughout the Archdiocese.
Phillip J. Maloof Scholarship Fund
Each year The Catholic Foundation gives $50,000 in scholarships for Catholic education to families who reside in Bernalillo County, thanks to the generosity of the Maloof family. Scholarships range from $500 to $1,000 each. Scholarship selections are made by a committee designated by the Maloof family, independent of the Foundation.
Archbishop Michael J. Sheehan Scholarship Fund
Scholarships for parochial school students from kindergarten through grade eight
Ernestine & Ivy Frank Farrar Jr. Scholarship Fund
Scholarships for parochial school students from grade one through grade twelve.
Gene and Kathie Leyendecker Scholarship Fund
Scholarships for parochial school students grade one through grade twelve.
Praying Mothers of Our Lady of Hope Scholarship Fund
Scholarships for parochial school students from pre-K through grade eight.