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Give a Gift

Why Support St. Patrick School?
Because, quite simply, it is only through the generous support of people like you that we are able to continue our mission of providing quality Catholic education to students from all walks of life.

Your financial support is essential. It allows us to:
Keep tuition affordable
Maintain small classes that promote optimal learning
Enhance the curriculum with band, Spanish, art and other special classes
Offer extracurricular activities like FFA and Lego Robotics

Whether you want to provide general support or donate to a specific program,

gifts of any size – large or small – are appreciated.

The following are a few of the programs to which you can designate your gift:

Annual Tuition Scholarship

Awarded to families with financial need, this scholarship helps make St. Patrick School affordable to students from all economic backgrounds.

Blundy West Catholic Foundation

This scholarship is dedicated to all St. Patrick students who enroll at West Catholic. The student will receive the scholarship for their freshman year transition to West Catholic.

(Foundation created by the Dan, Carol and Nic Blundy family)


Fr. Schichtel Scholarship

Awarded annually to one or more high school graduates who also graduated from St. Patrick School, are still a parishioner and are college-bound.

Athletic Boosters

St. Patrick School offers diverse athletic opportunities for students from grades 3-8.

Parent Teacher Organization

Led by a dedicated team of parents, this organization is responsible for many events that enhance the school year, such as the annual Winter Carnival, and well as covering the cost for teacher supplies and other classroom needs.

Science Olympiad

For more than a decade, our middle school students have participated in this annual competition that emphasizes STEM skills.

Robotics Club

Open to students in grades 4-8, the Lego Robotics Club teaches engineering and coding skills.

Franciscan Farm School

Each year, the 5 th grade class spends two weeks at the Franciscan Farm School offered by the Franciscan Sisters of the Eucharist in Lowell.

Grand Rapids Public Museum Immerse Program

The 3rd grade class takes part annually in a unique program that allows them to experience hands-on learning at the Grand Rapids Public Museum.

General School Fund

Donors can list any areas to which their donation should be allocated. If an item is not listed, we will cherish your award and use it where it is needed most for the current school year.

All gifts will receive an acknowledgement from the school principal confirming your gift has
been applied to the requested fund.


We believe in 100% transparency when it comes to our funding. You can see a breakdown of
our last year’s revenues and expenditures here.

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