The Walsh Jesuit High School Foundation

Mission: The Walsh Jesuit High School Foundation is established exclusively for the benefit of and to support and carry out the purposes of Walsh Jesuit High School to educate young men and women in the tradition of the Society of Jesus.

The Walsh Jesuit Foundation oversees the Walsh Jesuit High School Endowment. the Walsh Jesuit Endowment Fund exists to provide funding for the school in perpetuity. Each year a portion of the interest generated by the endowment is distributed to the annual operating budget to cover tuition assistance needs as well as restricted endowment allocations. The listing of these endowment funds can be found in the President's annual report.

Classmates, family members, and friends of Walsh Jesuit can make donations in any amount in memory of departed loved ones or in honor of living individuals. Unless otherwise designated to apply to a specific named endowment, these memorial and honor gifts are added to the general Walsh Jesuit High School Foundation financial aid.

The Walsh Jesuit Foundation is governed by a five (5) member board of directors: Chuck Abraham '75, Thomas Orr '70, Rich Bedell '70, Colleen Joyce and Karl Ertle. 

Endowed Funds

List of 2 items.

  • Named Endowed Funds (Tuition Assistance)

    Walsh Jesuit’s Named Endowed Scholarship Program—beginning at $10,000—provides an opportunity to assist current and future generations of students. At the same time, it enables donors to recognize significant individuals, such as alumni, family members, classmates, or faculty, who have lived their lives as “men and women for others.”    
  • Endowed Fund

    Once the cumulative contributions reach $100,000.00 or more, it is considered an endowed scholarship. A corpus of $100,000 will provide $5,000 in tuition assistance to a deserving student.
     

Want to Help?

For more information on Walsh Jesuit’s Endowment Fund and Named Endowed Scholarships, please contact Patti Clair at 330-929-4205 ext. 166 or clairP@walshjesuit.org.