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Advancement

Named Scholarship Funds

Established in 2009 by the Class of ’59 to encourage alumni to make gifts in celebration of their 50th class reunion. Funds provide tuition assistance to students in need.

Established by the Class of ’75 to assist a student interested in journalism, yearbook or Concept activities, and who is involved in our school community!

Established by Mrs. Greenhill’s daughters to provide tuition assistance to students in need.

Funds provide financial assistance to current seniors in need, so they may attend the KAIROS retreat.

Established by the Class of ’69 to provide tuition assistance to currently enrolled students who excel in a co-curricular activity and demonstrate the Providence High School Values.

Established in memory of Sister Renate to provide tuition assistance to a sophomore or junior student who demonstrates the Providence High School Values and has an interest in pursuing a profession in Information Technology and/or Library Science.

Established in memory of teacher Joe Ngamsanga’s mother, funds provide financial assistance to a current senior in need.

Established in 2009 by PHS employees who are parishioners of Our Lady of Lourdes Church - Tujunga, to provide tuition assistance to an entering freshman who attended Our Lady of Lourdes School - Tujunga.

Established in memory of media teacher Tom Durkin, to provide financial assistance for focus program fees to currently enrolled students in the Cinema Arts Focus Program.

Established by Cari and Paul Kaminski to provide tuition assistance to a currently enrolled student who epitomizes the school's tagline "You Belong Here."  An academically high-achieving student with good citizenship who is actively involved in many co-curricular activities, and who embodies the spirit of Providence High School.

Funds provide assistance to students in need.

Funds provide assistance to students wishing to attend Providence High School.

For more information about any of the above funds, or to set up a scholarship fund, please contact