The Charlotte Catholic High School Foundation provides classroom and teacher grants to enhance and improve the learning experience for our students.
The grants are awarded twice a year, in the fall and in the spring.
Over the years, hundreds of thousands of dollars have been awarded to fulfill the CCHS Foundation's mission of enriching the spiritual, academic, and cultural development of our students.
Click here for examples of how past past grants are helping our students.
The Spring Grant application deadline is March 10th,
and the Fall Grant application deadline is September 30th.
Donations to award fund can be mailed:
P.O. Box 474055
Charlotte, NC 28247
Kara Ann Kloiber '93 cherished her time at Charlotte Catholic High School. She saw her school as a faith community where friends lasted forever and teachers became family. Sadly, we lost Kara Ann in a car accident in 1997.
Her family established a scholarship fund in her name, knowing she would want to continue to help others.
In the years since its establishment, this scholarship has benefited many by providing tuition assistance to those who exemplify Kara's love and appreciation for CCHS.
Applications should be filled out by the student, and signed by a parent. The next application period will open during the summer of 2019, with an application deadline in September 2019. Check back soon for additional information.
Each year, the CCHS Foundation and the CCHS Alumni Association are pleased to offer a college scholarship to a graduating senior who has contributed significantly to the CCHS Performing Arts program with passion and dedication. Please note that CCHS Fine Arts faculty members and guidance counselors nominate graduating seniors for this award. Self-nominations are not accepted. Click below to view the criteria and nomination form:
“Let us thank all those
who teach in Catholic schools.
Educating is an act of love;
it is like giving life.”
Kara graduated from CCHS in 1993, and she will forever be remembered for her contagious smile, her love of family, and her care for others. Every year, the CCHS Foundation and the Kloiber Family are pleased to offer this college scholarship, which honors Kara's love for CCHS by recognizing the student who consistently makes a difference in our school and community. This graduating senior exemplifies and contributes to Charlotte Catholic's spirit of community, inclusiveness, charity, and service. Please note that any member of the senior class, any faculty member, and any staff member may nominate a graduating senior for this award. Self-nominations are not accepted. Click below to view the criteria and nomination form:
Each year, the CCHS Foundation is pleased to offer a college scholarship to a graduating senior who has demonstrated exceptional ability or contributions in a STEM subject at CCHS. Please note that CCHS faculty members and guidance counselors nominate graduating seniors for this award. Self-nominations are not accepted. Click below to view the criteria and nomination form:
The Charlotte Catholic High School Foundation has a needs-based tuition assistance fund
for CCHS teachers who have students enrolled in the MACS system.
Evaluation of each applicant will be based on the information provided. Applicants must also include a copy of FACTS and appeal results. Tuition assistance is available for up to 50% of the balance due, not to exceed $5,000. The annual deadline for applications is August 1st.
All information is kept confidential.
Each year, the CCHS Foundation is pleased to offer a college scholarship to a graduating senior for outstanding community service. Please note that CCHS faculty members and guidance counselors nominate graduating seniors for this award. Self-nominations are not accepted. Click below to view the criteria and nomination form:
Educators at Charlotte Catholic High School inspire our students to be their best. The CCHS Foundation awards those faculty members who go above and beyond in making a difference in the lives of our young people and school community. Five faculty members are recognized annually for their outstanding service at Graduation. Each honoree receives a $5,000 award.
The awards are named in honor of Sister Paulette Williams, RSM. She was a teacher and principal at Charlotte Catholic High School from 1973 to 2000. Her dedication and commitment to students and staff was instrumental in building the high school we know today.
The Charlotte Catholic High School Foundation launched the award in 2016 to show our donors' appreciation of the important work done by CCHS faculty as well as to encourage and reward excellence to further the overall spiritual growth and academic achievement of CCHS.
The entire high school community is encouraged to participate in the process. Current students, parents, and CCHS employees can nominate a staff member for the award.
*Partial list; complete details on nomination form