THE ROSARIAN FUND | IMAGINE MORE
For more than 97 years, Rosarian Academy has set the standard for excellence in Catholic education in Palm Beach County.
Generations of aspiring students, inspiring faculty and staff, and dedicated families and friends have committed their time, talent, and treasure to achieve this goal. Today, we are asking you to “Imagine More” for our students and school by making a gift or pledge to the Rosarian Fund, the school’s annual fund.
Tuition Makes A Good School…The Rosarian Fund Makes A Great School
Rosarian Academy, like many of the top independent schools, relies on tax-deductible donations rather than significant tuition increases to provide the best education possible. The total cost of educating a Rosarian student exceeds the cost of tuition. Each year to keep tuition affordable for as many families as possible, Rosarian asks you to support The Rosarian Fund.
The Rosarian Fund helps bridge that gap and ensures that every student receives the Rosarian Experience beyond what can be provided by tuition
alone. In doing so, you help to enhance the Rosarian Experience and allow us to “Imagine More” for our school and students – more STEM opportunities, more enriching arts activities and supplies, more athletics, and more of all the things that make Rosarian Academy “the school we
love so well.”
- Carnegie Science Center STEM Excellence Pathway Partner
- STEM, Music, Art, Drama, and Spanish classes beginning in kindergarten
- Advanced Curriculum with High School Credit Options
- Full-Time Guidance Counselor and Religion and Guidance classes
- Interscholastic Athletics Programs
The Rosarian Fund
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Each gift, no matter the size, conveys a powerful message of belief in Rosarian Academy’s mission and our students. Our donors have been instrumental in our achievements since our establishment in 1925.
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