A number of Roselle Catholic alumni have taken the initiative to create memorial scholarships to perpetuate the memory of a classmate or family member and honor and commemorate their legacy by assuring a Roselle Catholic education for the next generation of RC students.
Class of 1973 Scholarship Fund
The Class of 1973 has generously created a scholarship in honor of their graduating class.
The scholarship fund will be used to help students attend RC that otherwise would not be able to afford the tuition at Roselle Catholic.
One for One Campaign
The One For One Campaign is a critical alumni-centric solution for a growing concern we have at Roselle Catholic. This concern, one that faces many Catholic schools, is a Major Gap in our Tuition Cost versus the True Cost of Educating a Student at Roselle Catholic.
Green, Gold, & White Scholarship (GCHS Alumnae)
A Girls Catholic sponsored scholarship that helps finance the tuition of a female student, currently a member of the student body, who is in need of financial aide to be able to continue to attend Roselle Catholic.
Founding Families Scholarship Fund
The Founding Families program provides tuition assistance to a deserving, financially needy student given in the name someone you which to pay tribute.
Patrick Hagan Scholarship
RC Legend, Pat Hagan began his 44 year history with Roselle Catholic High School as a freshman in 1967.
From 1975, when Hagan joined RC faculty he held many positions including teacher, department chair, coach & administrator through a time period that encompasses almost 80% of RC’s operating history.
Although Vice Principal his last several years at RC, Hagan was most famously known as RC’s Varsity Basketball Head Coach. During his 27 coaching years, he earned over 300 victories and more importantly a reputation for honesty and integrity.
Hagan literally embodies all that is good about Roselle Catholic. His treatment of every student on or off the court was always firm but fair, motivated by a genuine desire to make everyone’s life a little better every day.
Dr. Bob Stickles Scholarship
As a part of their 50th reunion celebration, a few of Bob’s classmates decided to pay a well deserved tribute to one of their own.
Dr. Robert Stickles, RC class of 1966, was the first graduate to become Principal & President. Since his retirement, he is still actively connected as President Emeritus and a member of the Board’s Development & Alumni Relations committee.
Stickles’ many great contributions to RC include helping the school navigate through some difficult financial times. To honor Bob’s prior and continued contributions to RC, the Bob Stickles Scholarship - a tuition-aid fund in Bob’s name for incoming freshman - was established recognizing his efforts and commitment to boosting the school’s enrollment.
CASH / CHECK
If preferred, send any checks to:
Roselle Catholic High School
Attn: Office of Development
350 Raritan Road
Roselle, NJ 07203
STOCKS & SECURITIES
Donating stocks and securities can also allow you to continue the Roselle Catholic tradition. Please contact Dave Boff, Director of Development, firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (908) 245-2350 for further information.
CORPORATE MATCHING GIFTS
Please remember that many companies will match their employees' gifts to educational and other non-profits on a 1:1 basis. Donors can go to their Human Resources Department and request a matching gift form and send along with donation to the Pride of The Lions Fund to Roselle Catholic.