Saint Peter Saint Joan of Arc Catholic Education Funding Program

Empowering Families, Strengthening Communities

At Saint Peter Saint Joan of Arc Parish, we believe in nurturing a personal relationship with Christ, fostering a sense of community among families, and ensuring access to quality Catholic education. Our Catholic Education Funding program aims to support registered parishioners who seek financial assistance for their children’s education, while also encouraging active participation in parish life and stewardship. 

This new Catholic Education Funding Program replaces the school subsidy program previously used by Saint Peter and Saint Joan of Arc.

This funding is for parishioners who have been registered for at least 6 months at the parish, are active in the community, and have children enrolled at a Catholic school (K-12), who need financial support after applying for other modes of financial support and scholarships, including Ohio’s EdChoice, The Emmaus Road Scholarships, and other Diocesan scholarships.

Our Mission

  • Foster Spiritual Growth: We strive to deepen the spiritual connection of our parishioners with Christ through sacramental life and active participation in parish ministries.
  • Support Catholic Education: We are committed to reducing financial barriers to Catholic education for families in need, ensuring that every child has the opportunity to grow academically and spiritually in a nurturing environment.
  • Stewardship and Accountability: We manage parishioner donations responsibly, ensuring that funds are allocated efficiently and transparently to support our mission and community.

Save the Date!

To learn more about the new Catholic Education Funding Program and to be eligible to receive assistance, please join Father Schalk for a one-hour Meet & Greet on either:

Saturday, May 11 at Saint Joan of Arc in the Social Hall at 11:00 a.m.

Wednesday, May 15 at Saint Peter in the Red Room at 7:00 p.m. 

Click here to RSVP – Families need to RSVP by Sunday, May 5, 2024.

If you are unable to attend, please contact Stephanie Grieser, Director of Stewardship, to schedule an alternate individual meeting with Father Schalk by June 1, 2024.