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Non-named endowed funds

Non-named endowed funds are restricted by donors for a specific purpose or program, but have not reached the $50,000 minimum to become an established named fund.

Link on a current non-named endowed fund to learn more  or click here to learn more about Marshall's named endowed funds.


Msgr. Hogan Scholarship Fund

Monsignor Hogan was an educator and a parish priest. He began his teaching career in 1942 with the Diocese of Duluth at the former Cathedral High School located at 4th street and served as the principal of the school from 1945 to 1963. He also served as superintendent of Catholic Schools and the former Cathedral High School (now Marshall School) on Rice Lake Road from 1943 to 1965. He passed away in May, 1997.

Paul (’52) and brother Ray (’49) Dittrich, Duane Herold (’46), Father Crossman (’39), and other Cathedral High School alumni are working to create an endowed scholarship fund in his honor. They would like to see “Monsignor Hogan Scholars” who will, for generations to come, carry his legacy forward into their own lives, their children’s lives and the communities in which they live.

What is his legacy? For those who remember him it was something unique and personal. His belief in the power and value of education was paramount – for careers, for community, and for spiritual growth. He pioneered the practice of “tough love.” He personally demonstrated, through hard work, high standards, and the helping of others, how miracles can happen. Those miracles spanned more than 20 years and thousands of students and families.

With the goal to provide need-based financial aid to students attending Marshall School, it is the Dittrich’s hope that fellow Cathedral alumni will join them in making a gift to build an endowed fund totaling $50,000 or more in memory and in honor of Monsignor Hogan.

Today, as in the past, Hilltopper students benefit greatly from the generosity of others. One in four students at Marshall qualifies for and receives need-based financial aid to help with tuition. The Monsignor Hogan Scholarship Fund will help eager and talented students from all backgrounds to attend Marshall School and become part of the Hilltopper community.

 

 


Annual Giving Levels               

The Visionary Society
$50,000 and up

The Headmasters Society
$25,000 to $49,999

The Circle of Excellence
$10,000 to $24,999

The Black and Gold Circle
$6,000 to $9,999 

The Hilltopper Circle
$3,500 to $5,999

The Founders Circle
$1,904 to $3,499

The Leadership Circle
$1,200 to $1,903

The Pillar Club
$700 to $1,199

The Topper Tunnel Club
$350 to $699

The Spirit Club
Up to $349


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