The mission of the St. Aloysius Century Foundation is to provide financial support to help perpetuate the educational charism of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart at Brother Martin High School. This charism is expressed within the Brothers’ own Rule of Life and their Educational Mission and Ministry documents.
Scholarships established in the St. Aloysius Century Foundation may be named, by agreement of the St. Aloysius Century Foundation and the donor, in honor of someone suggested by the donor. This may be a Brother of the Sacred Heart, a graduate of St. Aloysius, Cor Jesu or Brother Martin, a friend of Brother Martin or family member or friend of the donor.
The amount that is required to fully endow a scholarship is $75,000. This amount may be paid in one lump sum or in installments over a reasonable amount of time. Stock transfers may also be used to support or endow a scholarship.
An endowed scholarship annually provides direct financial assistance to needy Brother Martin High School students in the form of work-study grants and tuition reduction. The money dispersed is generally taken from interest earned and not from the principle.
Anyone interested in establishing a scholarship or wanting more information regarding a scholarship may contact Advancement and Alumni Director Kenny Spellman ’84 in the Advancement Office at (504) 284-6700.