SCCS Education Foundation

The Sandusky Central Catholic School Education Foundation was established to provide an additional source of income for the needs of Sandusky Central Catholic School. The Foundation was designed to insure the financial security of the school as it moves into another century in its history and enable the school to provide quality academic, spiritual and leadership training for every student.
Income from the Foundation’s unrestricted investments is allocated each year to fund tuition assistance and scholarship programs, teacher enrichment, capital improvements and any projects or programs deemed most necessary in the advancement of the SCCS mission. This income allows the school to remain competitive, to always be a school of progress, a school continually enhancing the educational experience of its students. Income from investments restricted by donor agreements is allocated according to specific donor intent. The SCCS Education Foundation currently has 23 named funds worth over 7.8 million dollars.
How Can You Invest in the Sandusky Central Catholic School Education Foundation?
  • Establish a new endowed fund with a gift or pledge of $25,000
  • Donate stocks or bonds
  • Include the Foundation in your estate plans – this can be a specific dollar amount, percentage of the estate or an asset (home, rental property, art/coin/stamp collection, etc.)
  • Assign existing life insurance benefits or purchase a new policy with the Foundation as the beneficiary
  • Make the Foundation a contingency beneficiary of trusts, retirement benefits and savings accounts
Named Endowed Scholarship Funds
  • A new fund may be established by an individual or family in honor or memory of relatives, friends, a former pastor, teacher or alumnus
  • Donors may assist in determining the scholarship award criteria (if desired)
  • A minimum gift of $25,000 is required to endow and name the scholarship fund
  • Payments to endow the scholarship fund can be made over a period of five years  
The Partners in Excellence Program (Endowed Academic Chairs)
  • Allows donors to partner directly with SCCS teachers in their ministry
  • Earnings are used to achieve competitive salary levels to attract and retain outstanding teachers
  • Additional program benefits to our students and faculty include:
    • Funding for guest lecturers
    • Stipends for faculty education
    • Support of departmental curriculum needs
  • A minimum gift of $150,000 is required to endow and name a Department Chair
  • Chairs can be funded over five years
  • Funds are invested and only annual earnings are disbursed 
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