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How do you find Catholic high school grants?

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Grants for Catholic high schools are available regionally through programs such as the Bishop’s Tuition Transfer Grant in Allentown, Pennsylvania; and nationally through the National Catholic Educational Association. Grants are available for student tuition and school programs.

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The Bishop’s Tuition Transfer Grant is part of a $300,000 program that helps parishioners’ students transfer to one of the seven diocesan high schools in Allentown from public or private schools. Find out information about eligibility and guidelines from the administrators at specific schools. Students who transfer to one of the Diocese’s high schools and stay for the following year automatically qualify for further funding.

The National Catholic Educational Association’s database provides information about grant programs for Catholic high schools that fund programs relating to music, social justice and conservation. The association fosters relationships with outside organizations that provide grants, such as the Fender Music Foundation, and sponsors its own grant programs. Two grants from the NCEA are the Monarch Rescue Schools

Program Grant, which funds programs in high schools that strive to protect the Monarch butterfly, and the NCEA Social Justice Grant, which supports the integration of Catholic values into lessons. The NCEA’s database also provides detailed information about government grants and eligibility requirements for private Catholic high schools.

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