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Golf Classic: Fund-a-Need

In addition to scholarship funds, the Golf Classic raises money for specific, daily needs of students through the "Fund-a-Need" portion of our Silent Auction.

Use the form below to select which needed items you would like to fund for our Fulfilling the Promise students and Montagne Scholars!


$100: Student Lunch for Two Months

Your donation will provide lunch for a student for two months through a partnership between Central Catholic and our lunch service provider, SLA Management. You can also provide lunch for a full semester or for the full academic year.

Student Lunches

$150: Scientific Graphing Calculator

Students require a specific calculator that they will use for all four years for our science and math courses. Your donation will provide the needed calculator for a student to excel in his or her math or science studies.


$250: Textbooks

Your donation will help provide a student with needed textbooks for the academic year.

Student Textbooks

$500: iPad

Technology and iPads have helped transform the learning environment at Central Catholic. Your donation will help provide a student with an iPad for their four years at CCHS.


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All proceeds from the Golf Classic benefit Central Catholic's Fulfilling the Promise Program.

Your support of the Golf Classic will help fund scholarships, financial aid, and additional resources, making it possible for students of academic promise and financial need to attend Central Catholic.