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In The News

Stay Current with what is happening at the Catholic Education Foundation.

Senior Christian Service Award

Each year Archbishop Gomez honors Seniors and Teachers in our 51 Catholic High Schools who have excelled in Christian Service in the communities of Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties. This year 13 CEF supported students were recognized. Congratulations students and thank you for...

ADLA Press Release

The Media Resource for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles announces the Catholic Education Foundation funds $12.7 million in 2014 for tuition assistance for 9,700 students. Click here for the full press release....

First On-Site visit

October 20, 2014- Catholic Education Foundation (CEF) staff was at Bishop Mora Salesian High School this week marking the start of our on-site visits. We will be visiting schools for the next few months to help parents fill out tuition assistance applications for next year....

CEF Board of Trustees & Leadership Mass

The CEF Board of Trustees & Leadership met today to celebrate mass at Our Lady of Angels Cathedral with Archbishop Gomez. They enjoyed a special choir performance by students from Precious Blood School, Our Lady of Loretto Elementary School and Immaculate Heart of Mary. Soon...

Hispanic Leadership “Round up”

June 21, 2014- Dozens of Hispanic leaders gathered at the Chaves Ranch, in Los Feliz, to celebrate the tremendous impact the Catholic Education Foundation’s (CEF) Hispanic Leadership Advisory Board (HLAB) is having on the inner-city Hispanic communities by providing tuition assistance to children attending Catholic...

Jennifer

Meet Jennifer! Valedictorian of her class and a 2015 Gates Millennium Scholar, Jennifer is grateful for the well-rounded education she received from Catholic schools. Born to immigrant parents from Ecuador, she is the youngest of three girls. Education has always been a priority for Jennifer....