Seven Bishop Chatard High School students earned $4000 for the 2018-2019 school year from Catholic Financial Life.

Seven Bishop Chatard High School students earned $4000 for the 2018-2019 school year from Catholic Financial Life. Six underclassmen earned $500 each and averaged 87 hours of service while Senior Rachel Doyle (IUPUI) earned $1000 with 155 hours of service. (L to R): Rachel Doyle, Tom LeMark, Isaac LeMark, Max LeMark, Lucy Kellison and Margaret Doyle. Not pictured: Incoming freshman Kylie Nagel.

Catholic Financial Life (CFL) sets aside a percentage of its earnings each year for Catholic grade school, Catholic high school and college scholarships for students who have a life insurance policy with CFL. This summer more than $264,000 will be awarded in educational scholarships to members for the 2018-2019 school year!

High school and college scholarships are awarded based on service. Of the 244 high school applicants nation-wide, 164 received an award. One hundred sixty-five seniors competed for 80 college scholarships.

Six Roncalli students earn $3500 in scholarships for the 2018-2019 school year from Catholic Financial Life.

Six Roncalli students earned $3500 in scholarships for the 2018-2019 school year from Catholic Financial Life. Five underclassmen earned $500 each and averaged 50 hours of service while Senior Ethan Newett (Purdue University) earned $1000 with 66 hours of service. (L to R): Aidan Newett, Will Schoettle, Ethan Newett and Tyler Newett. Not pictured: Incoming Freshmen Brady Newett and Colin Newett.

Catholic Financial Life (CFL) sets aside a percentage of its earnings each year for Catholic grade school, Catholic high school and college scholarships for students who have a life insurance policy with CFL. This summer more than $264,000 will be awarded in educational scholarships to members for the 2018-2019 school year!

High school and college scholarships are awarded based on service. Of the 244 high school applicants nation-wide, 164 received an award. One hundred sixty-five seniors competed for 80 college scholarships.

From life insurance to retirement planning, education savings, and more, Catholic Financial Life has been helping its members protect their financial lives for nearly 150 years. With assets of $1.38 billion and 110,000 members across the United States, Catholic Financial Life’s strength comes from being a different kind of financial community.  As a member-owned organization, we are accountable to our members. Our longevity is a testimony to their loyalty, and our success is a result of being a trusted financial partner.

Seventeen Archdiocese of Indianapolis Students Awarded $3900 in Scholarships from Catholic Financial Life

Seventeen Archdiocese of Indianapolis Students were awarded $3900 in Scholarships for the 2018-2019 school year from Catholic Financial Life. Most students earned $200 scholarships while one high schooler from Seton Catholic School in Richmond earned a $500 scholarship.

Gemma LeMark, Christ the King Catholic School; Thomas Davey, Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic School;
Casey Newett, Harold Schoettle and Mary Schoettle, Nativity Catholic School; Quentin Gibson, St. Francis and Clare School;
Mary Belby and Patrick Belby, St. Luke Catholic School; Allison Donnelly, John Doyle, Dalton Fugate, Avery Nagel, Marissa Post and Jacqueline Quadrini, St. Pius X Catholic School; Alexander Gillum, St. Therese of the Infant Jesus (Little Flower) Catholic School; and Josey Meeks and Katelyn Meeks, Seton Catholic School, Richmond.

Catholic Financial Life (CFL) sets aside a percentage of its earnings each year for Catholic grade school, Catholic high school and college scholarships for students who have a life insurance policy with CFL. This summer more than $264,000 will be awarded in educational scholarships to members for the 2018-2019 school year!

Four Our Lady of Mt. Carmel students earned $800 in scholarships from Catholic Financial Life for the 2018-2019 school year.

Four Our Lady of Mt. Carmel students earned $800 in scholarships from Catholic Financial Life for the 2018-2019 school year. (L to R) Kathryn Tiplick, John Tiplick, Christopher Legg and Jude Legg.

From life insurance to retirement planning, education savings, and more, Catholic Financial Life has been helping its members protect their financial lives for nearly 150 years. With assets of $1.38 billion and 110,000 members across the United States, Catholic Financial Life’s strength comes from being a different kind of financial community.  As a member-owned organization, we are accountable to our members. Our longevity is a testimony to their loyalty, and our success is a result of being a trusted financial partner.

Twenty-two St. Maria Goretti students earned $5,300 in scholarships from Catholic Financial Life.

Twenty-two St. Maria Goretti students earned $5,300 in scholarships from Catholic Financial Life. Nineteen SMG students earned $200 each for St. Maria Goretti. Three 8th graders averaged 57 hours in service and earned $500 each towards Guerin Catholic High School.

Back row (L to R): Conner Lawrence, Eli Schenk, Adam McNeany, Caleb McConkey, Kennedy Cradick, Kayla Reis, Tressie Lyons and Matthew Wagoner. Front row (L to R): Elizabeth Sweeney, Kenzie Reis, Merrin Lyons, Steven Alvarez, Delaney Tyndall, John Norton, Avery Tyndall and Addison Smith. Not pictured: Logan Clark, Noah Clark, Evan McNeany, Grace Ward, Joey Witkowski and Katie Worcester.

From life insurance to retirement planning, education savings, and more, Catholic Financial Life has been helping its members protect their financial lives for nearly 150 years. With assets of $1.38 billion and 110,000 members across the United States, Catholic Financial Life’s strength comes from being a different kind of financial community.  As a member-owned  organization, we are accountable to our members. Our longevity is a testimony to their loyalty, and our success is a result of being a trusted financial partner.

 

Fourteen Guerin Catholic High School students earned $9000 in scholarships from Catholic Financial Life

Fourteen Guerin Catholic High School students were awarded $9000 in scholarships for the 2018-2019 school year from Catholic Financial Life. High school and college scholarships are awarded based on service. Ten underclassmen earned $500 each and averaged 75 hours of service while four seniors earned $1000 each and averaged 149 hours of service.

Back Row (L to R): Principal James McNeany, John Paul Farrell, Senior Annaleigh Cummings (Bellarmine University), Senior Maren Fitschen (University of Indianapolis), Senior Carly Demas (Indiana University), Mary Kate Ward, Fiona Weber and Max Fallen. Front Row (L to R): Senior Jonah Lyons (Indiana University), Noah McNeany, Blake Kimmel, Nathan Friedman and Aaron Cradick. Not pictured: Lauren Wagoner and Grace Worcester.