Annual Giving

Gifts to the Annual Fund support the faculty member who teaches her students how to balance an equation, the coach who demonstrates for his athletes how to lead, the counselor who helps a struggling freshman find balance in his schedule. They bring a speaker to campus, and they send the Engineering class on a field trip to a pharmaceutical company. From the smart board to the scoreboard to the boarding pass, your gift to the Annual Fund helps make an excellent education…a superior one.

GIVE NOW

St. Rose opened in 1923 in the Red Brick. Now to continue our growth we need the support of alumni, past families and current parents. Our joint effort can only succeed by you giving generously to the St. Rose Annual Fund. Steve Gepp, 1949

I am proud to support the St. Rose community because I credit much of my success to the four years spent on the court and in the classroom. Tyler Alten, 2002

Giving Societies

The 1923 Leadership Society

The 1923 Leadership Society is comprised of donors who display exceptional commitment to the advancement of the school by virtue of their gifts of $1,000 or more. Named for the year of the founding of St. Rose High School, the society honors those who support the School with an especially strong financial gift and who continue to provide the School with a strong financial foundation.

Giving Levels

Second Century: $20,000 +
Msgr. McConnell: $10,000-$19,999
SJS Society: $5,000-$9,999
Purple & Gold: $2,500-$4,999
Comunity Council: $1,000-$2,499


The Fidelis Society - Loyalty

The Fidelis Society recognizes donor loyalty to St. Rose. A dedicated core of alumni, alumni parents, grandparents, and friends generously support our School each and every year.


President's Circle - Legacy

When an individual or family chooses to include St. Rose in their estate planning for the future, they have become true partners in preserving the tradition of educational excellence for which St. Rose is known. These donors are honored by through membership in the prestigious President's Circle.