CEA has allowed our children to go to a Catholic school with daily Mass, confession, and teachers that are faithful and practicing Catholics by allowing others to direct their tax credit towards our children's cost for school. We are blessed!
Since we have the scholarship, resources we had put aside for my child are helping us with other resources such as tutors, a desk, personal computer, and help online-- all of these with the saved money! This would not have been possible and more difficult if we did not have a CEA scholarship.
How has CEA helped make Catholic education attainable and affordable for your family? CEA has been a blessing to our family! We have 6 beautiful girls, 5 of them currently in Catholic school. CEA funds help lower our tuition so we are able to continue sending all of our children [...]
How has CEA helped make Catholic education attainable and affordable for your family? CEA has helped us fulfill a dream as parents to give a good education to our children and guide them on the right path. Without the help of CEA, we could not achieve the dream as parents [...]
Xavier College Prep ‘82 I attended St. Agnes Seminary in Brooklyn, New York, for elementary school. It was a beautiful school built in the 1930s and run by the Sisters of St. Joseph. After moving to Phoenix with my family in 1978, I began high school at Xavier College Prep. [...]
We as parents value the Catholic education system and foundation. We have spent much time in prayer asking for a way we can provide this education to our son. The CEA has been an answer to those prayers.
Hello, my name is Matthew Andres. My wife and I have two children that attend Catholic schools here in Phoenix, a freshman at Notre Dame Prep and a fourth grade at St John XXIII. The tuition we pay for Archer and Avery is an investment for their futures. Our kids [...]
Question #1 for Parent: “How has CEA helped make Catholic education attainable and affordable for your family? Our son, who is now a high school senior, has been in Catholic school since he was a freshman. We now have a daughter beginning her freshman year at the same Catholic school. [...]