2018-2019 St. Charles School Annual Development Fund

St. Charles Growth and Vision for Tomorrow

Blessed with unprecedented growth in the last decade, St. Charles continues to attract students because of its strong Catholic Identity, challenging academics, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Lab, specialist classes in music, art, Spanish and technology, spiritual and moral development of young men and women, experienced and caring teachers, student-centered instruction, award-winning athletic programs and extra-curricular activities and clubs.

Enrollment at St. Charles has doubled in the last decade to nearly 300 students. Parents who seek a Catholic education for their children are coming to St. Charles and watch as their children develop into strong and moral leaders. Students leave St. Charles academically well-rounded, spiritually-guided and rooted in faith to lead in high school.

Many families enroll at St. Charles and before long they see how the supportive the school and parish community changes their children.

“St. Charles Parish School greatly impacted our boys’ lives in such a positive way! It not only prepared them well academically to go on to Marquette University High School but it prepared them spiritually as well. St. Charles teachers, staff and community have created an environment that nurtures each child where he or she is at with compassion, acceptance and love.

“This school has proven to be a great source of academic, spiritual, moral and physical growth for the students. In order for it to thrive and grow for future students we must support it.

“We give to the Annual Development Fund because we want other children to have the same amazing experiences that our boys did!”

Sue and Dave Porter

Parents of Michael and Mark Porter, Class of 2018

Current freshman at Marquette University High School


How You Can Support St. Charles

Tuition at St. Charles Parish School is among the lowest in Waukesha County. The school is blessed with parishioners who believe in the school and who know an active school brings life to the overall parish. Fr. Ken Omernick and the Parish Council and the Finance Council have pledged a strong commitment to the school to see its continued growth for years to come. The school receives generous financial support from the parish.

With tuition at $3,425 a student (with discounts for siblings), the true cost to educate a child at St. Charles is about $6,000. Donations to the Annual Development Fund help bridge the gap between tuition fees and the actual costs. A reasonable-priced tuition makes a Catholic education a reality for all.

Annual Development Fund money goes toward overall school expenses while also providing assistance to families who desire a Catholic education for their children but don’t have the means to pay for it.

The 2018-2019 Annual Development Fund supports the mission of St. Charles Parish School by financially contributing to its programs, projects, classroom resources and overall activities. The goal for the Annual Development Fund this year is $60,000.

If you’ve been unable to donate to the Annual Development Fund in the past please consider a donation this year and make a difference in the lives of hundreds of outstanding students and families. If every parish family contributed $25 to the development fund, a total of $65,000 would be raised.

Thank you for your consideration and you generosity!

Your tax-deductible gift may be sent to:

Annual School Development Fund

526 Renson Road

Hartland, WI 53029

Please make checks payable to St. Charles Parish School


Your Gift Could More Than Double!

Current and retired employees and sometimes their spouses may be eligible for matching gift programs offered by many companies. This could double or even triple your gift to St. Charles Parish School. Please inquire at your place of employment regarding the company's participation in a Matching Gift to Education Program.

For more information contact Principal Dan Garvey at 262-367-2040 or dgarvey@stcharleshartland.org or Christina Holmes, Advancement Officer, at 262-367-2040 or cholmes@stcharleshartland.org