Christ the King Catholic School


Thanks to the love and generosity of our donors over the years, the Msgr. Hebert Endowment Fund has been able to support Christ the King Catholic School by providing needs-based scholarships for students, signing bonuses for staff and scholarships for teachers who wish to further their education.

The Msgr. Hebert Endowment Fund was established in November of 1993. Its primary purpose is to create and maintain an identifiable fund for supplementing the funding of the educational programs of Christ the King Catholic School in order to provide continuing scholarship monies for needy students and to provide monies to reward faculty, enhance faculty salaries and reward their extraordinary efforts. The intent of the endowment fund is to provide a source of funding that may be necessary to address the immediate, specific needs of the school. The principal of the fund is never spent. Only the interest is used to provide a more certain future for Christ the King Catholic School.

The endowment fund is making a difference in the lives of the faculty and students at Christ the King Catholic School. We invite you to join in this worthwhile endeavor. There are many ways you can help:

  • Make a one time donation or a recurring donation to the endowment fund. Click HERE to make a donation online.
  • Remember the endowment fund in your estate planning.
  • Support the endowment fund by attending events that are sponsored by the fund.

 Last year the endowment fund provided:

  • $120,000 for needs based scholarships which helped a total of 46 students.
  • $22,000 for teacher signing bonuses.
  • $2,000 for the St. Thomas Aquinas Faculty Scholarship Fund.

 The Board of Trustees for the Msgr. Hebert Endowment Fund

  • Fr. Erik Pohlmeier
  • Kathy House
  • Cooper Meeks
  • Anne Pinyan
  • Richard Yada
  • Dana Bauer
  • Ken Crow

"A Catholic education is one of the most important gifts a parent can give to a Catholic child. No child in the parish is turned away from Christ the King Catholic School because of their family's struggle to pay tuition." Msgr. Francis I. Malone