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In The News

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Art Trek 4 Teachers Expands

The Art Trek Program, primarily funded by the Porteous Family Foundation, provides 10 -15 inner-city Catholic schools with monthly art classes. The program was expanded and began providing teachers with training, otherwise known as Art Trek 4 Teachers. This program is meant to train teachers...

The UCLA Experience

Pictured above from left to right: Emely Rivera 11th grade, David Padron 11th grade, and Alexis Davila 11th grade Three CEF Scholars, attending Cantwell-Sacred Heart of Mary were selected by UCLA to participate in a unique event, The UCLA Experience. This event is designed to give...

St. Anthony Padua School visits LA Natural History Museum 

For the past 30 years the Catholic Education Foundation has made it their core mission to provide low income families with tuition assistance for Catholic education. Throughout the years, donors have worked with CEF to provide additional curriculum related services such as art classes, physical...

Student Spotlight: Allyana White

With all that is going on in the world, along with the uncertainty of what the future holds for this country, hope for better days ahead are in the hands of bright young students like Allyana White. A junior at Bishop Conaty – Our Lady...

CEF Scholar Among Top College Football Picks

Deommodore Lenoir is about to do big things. The senior cornerback from Bishiop Mora Salesian High School in Boyle Heights has been a top recruiting prospect of several NCAA Division I football teams since his sophomore year. While he has received playing offers from over...