Phoenix, Arizona (PRWEB) August 30, 2013
Catholic Education Arizona, the state’s largest provider of need-based funds to students attending K-12 Diocese of Phoenix Catholic schools announced its new board members.
Joining the organization for three-year terms respectively are:
“We’re excited about the leadership role your Catholic Education Arizona continues to play in the arena of Catholic education,” said Alan Sears, Chairman of the Board. “This exceptionally talented group of new members will certainly help the organization make progress in its ambitious objective to make Catholic education more available, more affordable and more accessible for all families.”
Board Members provide governance and oversight of the I.R.S. 501(c)(3) charity. Scholarship recipients gain the opportunity to experience the “Catholic School advantage” which includes robust character formation, a ninety-nine percent high school graduation and ninety-seven percent to-post-secondary education rates.
Visit CatholicEducationArizona.org to learn more about the organization’s advocacy for Catholic education.
About Catholic Education Arizona
The state’s largest provider of need-based funds to students attending K-12 Diocese of Phoenix Catholic schools, Catholic Education Arizona has now paid-out a total of $124 million in awards since 1998 to low-income families that desire, but cannot otherwise afford, a Catholic education for their children. Nearly half of all enrolled diocesan Catholic school students qualify for and receive financial assistance from Catholic Education Arizona.
Catholic Education Arizona
2025 North 3rd Street, #165 Phoenix, AZ 85004-1425
Tel: 602-218-6542 Fax: 602-218-6623