Scholarship Funds to Support Students
A variety of scholarships, ranging from $1,000 to $5,000 are available at Kolbe Cathedral based on academic performance, financial need, or both. Scholarships offer many of our students a way to afford the Kolbe Cathedral education that they deserve. All scholarships are awarded yearly until a student graduates, provided that the student remain in good academic standing.
Over the years, a number of scholarship funds have been established to honor family members, colleagues, or friends. We appreciate the additional financial help these funds provide for our students and invite you to donate to them by clicking on the donate button after the funds’ descriptions. We also invite you to inquire about establishing a scholarship at Kolbe Cathedral High School in the name of someone who you wish to honor.
- Maximilian Kolbe Scholarship
- Leah Rondon Fund
Maximilian Kolbe Scholarship
Established in 2021 by John & Cindy Sites, the Maximilian Kolbe Scholarship Fund is Kolbe Cathedral's largest source of need-based, student financial aid. It is named in honor of our school’s namesake, a Polish priest who was also a missionary, teacher and publisher. A staunch anti-Nazi, he was imprisoned at Auschwitz where he died in 1941 after volunteering his own life to save another prisoner. He was canonized as a saint by Pope John Paul II in 1982. Over the next five years, it will award up to 12 full tuitions annually to students based on merit, a strong work ethic and an appreciation for the Kolbe Cathedral experience. Additional support is needed to increase the fund and ensure its longevity. DONATE >
Leah Rondon Fund
Leah was a happy, vivacious six-year-old whose life was cut tragically short in a car accident on August 20, 2015. She was an avid athlete, playing soccer, basketball, and softball. She was also a strong student who loved to read and play with friends at recess. Leah's parents started 2 funds to keep her spirit alive. The Leah Rondon Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a graduating female student at Kolbe Cathedral High School where Leah's father Henry is an administrator. The Leah Rondon Fund is housed at the Valley Community Foundation and is designed to benefit Ansonia, CT youth.
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